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LeBron “LBJ” Joseph is a veteran TV and radio broadcaster. He’s currently co-host of “News With a Twist” along with Susan Roesgen on WGNO-TV (ABC 26/ Tribune Broadcasting). Both shows air Monday-Friday at 5pm and 6pm.

LBJ’s e-mail: lbj@wgno.com

When friends come to visit New Orleans, the first place I take them is … to eat.

On Friday & Saturday nights you’ll find me … prepping to go fishing.

I’m known around the newsroom for … snacks in my desk.

A TV moment I’d like to forget is … a plethora of mispronunciations.

The most important lesson I’ve learned through my work as a journalist is … to be sensitive to differences of opinion…sometimes, they’re just different. Not right or wrong, but different.

I give back to my community by … attempting to be as generous as possible with blessings afforded me.

If I had the time I’d like to … fish more.

My favorite Saints player is … Marques Colston. Also, "shoutout" to Steve Gleason!

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