Harrison Golden - News

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Current Location  -  WDSU New Orleans


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Career Summary

Harrison Golden is a general assignment reporter for the Hearst owned NBC affiliate in New Orleans. He is a strong writer and storyteller and has a passion for covering Louisiana culture and its people.

Prior to joining WDSU in 2021 Harrison was the weekend news anchor and political reporter for Local 33 and Fox 44, Baton Rouge, Louisiana which he joined in 2017.

Harrison has covered major stories across Louisiana including hurricanes and tornados, Mardi Gras, the shooting of Rep. Steve Scalise, and the federal investigation into Alton Sterling’s death. At Fox 44 Harrison shot, edited, and wrote his own work, which regularly appeared on Nexstar TV stations across Louisiana.

Harrison previously worked as a writer/producer for Fox News in his home state of New York. Before Fox, he worked on air at WTBQ radio in Orange County, N.Y. and behind the scenes at CBS News.

Harrison has appeared on National Public Radio affiliates to discuss Louisiana politics, while his freelance writings (on varied topics) have been published in USA Today, TODAY.com, CNN.com, and Interview.

In his spare time, Harrison loves dominating the karaoke stage and every so often curling up with a good history book.


Experience

Eight Years


Education

Eugene Lang College, New York, New York

The New School University; Bachelor of Arts; Cum Laude Graduate

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