Maggie Flecknoe started her broadcast career behind the mic on 790 KBME “The Sports Animal” and 740 KTRH.

She made the transition from radio to television in 2009, when she joined CW39 Houston.

Maggie started as a part-time associate producer and quickly worked her way on air. She was the host of the edgy segment the “Online Dish with Maggie.”

Definitely a morning person, Maggie jumped at the opportunity to be part of Tribune’s first syndicated show “Eye-Opener,” which later became “Morning Dose.”

Maggie’s passion is being out in the community and telling Houston’s stories—you may even catch her on a crazy adventure!

Maggie’s known off-air for her roles in various Japanese anime films. One of Maggie’s favorite roles was as Yukari Yukino in “The Garden of Words,” which earned her honors at the 2nd Annual BTVA Anime Dub Awards.

Outside of anime, Maggie has also appeared in commercials with former Houston Rocket Yao Ming and country band Lady Antebellum. She also has performed at the Alley, Upstage and Texas Repertory Theaters.

A native of Colorado, Maggie graduated with honors from the University of Colorado, Boulder. She has a bachelor’s degree in broadcast news with an emphasis in theater.

After graduating in May 2005, Maggie went on to study at Harvard, where she earned a Master’s degree in theater from the Moscow Art Theater.

She may be a Colorado girl, but Houston definitely has her heart!

You can reach Maggie at or reach out to her on social media.

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