Stan Stovall is has worked in the television broadcasting market for more than 21 years. He is the co-anchor of the WBAL-TV 11 weekday morning and evening news. He also hosts 11 TV Hill, a weekly public affairs program. Stan began his broadcasting career in 1970 in Phoenix at the age of 17. He was the first African-American news reporter in the state of Arizona. At 18, he became the youngest news anchor in the United States.
In addition to working as a news anchor and reporter in Phoenix and Baltimore, he has held similar positions in St. Louis and Philadelphia. In 1985, Stan received an Emmy Award that recognized him as the Best Television News Anchor in St. Louis.
Stan's primary hobby is fitness, having been a former competitive weightlifter and bodybuilder for more than 30 years. He is a former four-time State Powerlifting Champion and holds the former bodybuilding titles of Junior Mr. Arizona, Mr. Maryland, Mr. South Atlantic and Mr. Delmarva.
Over his 33 years of broadcasting, Stan has been recognized by hundreds of civic, legislative, educational and charitable organizations for his untiring work in the communities he has served.