Noah Mindel

Sports Anchor/Reporter

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Noah Mindel Bio

Noah Mindel is bringing his big-city passion for sports to the local level in Dothan!

Hailing from South Florida and Boston, Noah is excited to cover Alabama’s top high school and collegiate athletic programs. Coming to the station during the heart of the football season, Noah wants to get under the Friday night lights and find the next big football star.

Before joining the WTVY Sports Team as a Reporter, Noah graduated from Florida State University in May of 2015 with a degree in Digital Media Production. While at school, Noah worked at the CBS affiliate in Tallahassee as a Sports Photographer. He interviewed Heisman Trophy Winners, Hall of Fame coaches & players, and local high school athletes. He also worked as an ESPN3 Play-By-Play commentator during broadcasts of Florida State Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, & Baseball. Noah was a finalist for a Florida AP Award for his feature on the major FSU locker room renovations. He has had numerous features that aired on FOX Sports Florida.

Noah enjoys playing golf in his spare time and has always been interested in covering sports. He is extremely personable and cannot wait to uncover the hype surrounding Alabama athletics!

If you have any story ideas (or golf tips), send them Noah’s way! You can email him at

Sports Headlines

Posted: 03/20/2018 - Nick Saban later had a few updates behind the absences when the indoor workout concluded.

Posted: 03/20/2018 - Junior Kaleb Barker and redshirt-sophomore Sawyer Smith took center stage for the first time in their careers as the battle for the starting quarterback job is underway.

Updated: 03/20/2018 - Daybreak revealed widespread damage after a night of violent weather in the Deep South.

Posted: 03/19/2018 - Mize becomes the first SEC pitcher to earn the recognition in back-to-back weeks since former Vanderbilt hurler Carson Fulmer did so in the final two weeks of the 2015 season.

Posted: 03/17/2018 - Collin Sexton scored a team-high 17 points to total 632 for the year, which ranks third on Alabama’s single-season scoring list