Harrison Golden - News

Where the Air is Better.

Current Location  -  WVLA-TV Baton Rouge


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Represented by  -  John Butte



Career Summary

Harrison Golden has delivered compelling news through all sorts of platforms. He has filed breaking reports live for air, overseen national newscasts and written for both web and print. As a television reporter, he is continuing his mission: to filter out mistruths and give the public fair, accurate journalism. He is really happy to be in Louisiana and reporting his beat, the state capital.

Harrison joins WVLA from Fox News Radio, New York where he wrote and lined produced for SiriusXM's Fox News Headlines 24/7 channel. Harrison began his news career where he was raised, in the Big Apple suburbs of Orange County, New York. At WTBQ radio, he anchored news updates and even played music on occasion.

Outside of work, Harrison is a proud audiophile, consuming masterpieces from The Velvet Underground, A Tribe Called Quest, Chris Stapleton, and geniuses in between. He mentors college journalists who exhibit the same curiosity and creativity he does. In the spirit of photojournalist Peter Parker (A.K.A. Spider-Man), he knows "with great power comes great responsibility."


Experience

Three Years


Education

Eugene Lang College, The New School University, Bachelor of Arts Graduated cum laude (3.5 GPA)

"Be conversational. The viewers ears are as close as your microphone"