Mimi Brown

Mimi Brown


Mimi Brown is the host of FoxLA's Culture Conversations, a digital show launched by the station in the aftermath of George Floyd's murder.  She interviews nationally recognized lawmakers, activists, and others working to bring equality and racial justice to our country.

Mimi also works on FOX 11's signature show, Good Day LA, producing daily segments highlighting the latest in local and national news, entertainment, fashion, and fitness. 

Mimi began her journalism career 14 years ago as a red carpet reporter for US Weekly Magazine, where she covered the Oscars, the Grammys and movie premieres, interviewing celebrities whose names you know.  Mimi is also the host of the podcast, "Becoming Dope with Mimi Brown."

She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Howard University and a Master’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism from American University. 

Mimi currently volunteers with several local community groups, mentoring young people and offering career advice.  She is also a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. 

The latest from Mimi Brown


Culture Conversations: Amplifying the voice of Amanda Seales

In this episode, Ivy League-educated actress, podcast host, comedian, producer and writer, Amanda Seales, opens up to Culture Conversation's Mimi Brown about using "edutainment" to reach the masses and the importance of the 2020 US presidential election.


Culture Conversations: Amplifying the voices of Kirk Franklin, Jeff Friday

In this episode, Culture Conversation host Mimi Brown speaks to Kirk Franklin, one of the most recognizable names in contemporary gospel music and Jeff Friday, the man behind the annual American Black Film Festival that celebrates Black Americans in film and has helped launch the careers of some of the biggest names in Hollywood. 


Culture Conversations: Amplifying the voices of Bree Newsome Bass, Our Black Party

In this episode, Culture Conversation host Mimi Brown talks to Bree Newsome Bass who drew national attention when she climbed the flagpole in front of the South Carolina Capitol building and lowered the Confederate flag. We also hear how Our Black Party is improving the lives of Black people through political action.