Danielle Radin is the very first digital multimedia journalist for NBC 7 San Diego. In the new role, she reports on stories and breaking news that matters to the station’s web and mobile audience, through all social media platforms.
Danielle comes to San Diego from northern California, where she was the senior multimedia journalist at KRCR in Redding. She also built the web and social media presence of the company’s sister-station in Eureka, KAEF, while performing reporter duties. Danielle developed, produced, and wrote her own on-air segment, the Cyber Corner, where she reported on technology, cybercrime and trending news, with a local twist. Danielle also covered wildfires, the California drought, crime and human interest stories. She was the first reporter on the West Coast crab strike.
Danielle got her start in journalism working behind the scenes as a news writer and production assistant for KRON4 in the Bay Area. Before that, she held an internship with KQED, the PBS affiliate in San Francisco.
Danielle graduated from U.C. Berkeley in three years with two bachelor’s degrees in Rhetoric and Comparative Religion and a minor in creative writing. From there, she received her master’s degree in Communication from Stanford University.
Danielle is also the author of two books, a compilation of rhetorical essays, and a how-to guide on networking in the modern world. When she is not reporting, Danielle enjoys playing jazz piano, jet skiing, going to concerts, watching movies and trying new restaurants.
E-mail Danielle with story ideas at: Danielle.firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow her on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/danielleradin
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