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Veronica Marshall

Professional Experience

  • WSPA, Spartanburg, SC — Video Editor, June 2006 – June 2007
  • WTWO/WAWV, Terre Haute, IN — Production Specialist, Sept. 2011 – July 2012
  • KTVL, Medford, OR — News Producer, August 2012 – August 2013
  • KMID, Midland, TX — News Producer, Feb. 2014 – Feb. 2015
  • WSLS, Roanoke, VA — News Producer, March 2015 – Sept. 2016
  • O&O FOX News, D.C. Bureau — Freelance Producer, 2017
  • KVLY, Fargo, ND — Multimedia Journalist, Dec. 2017 – Dec. 2019
  • WINK, Fort Myers, FL – Health and Medical Multimedia Journalist, Jan. 2020 – Present

News Philosophy

The more you know about your community, the stronger and healthier it can become! That’s why I believe in local news – energizing and empowering a community is valuable. It can lead to meaningful change and a deeper understanding of your neighbors (allowing you to help them overcome the challenges they face, and share in their successes).

Hobbies, Interests & Community Involvement

Let’s lace up those sneakers, throw on some sunscreen, and get outside! Whether it’s hitting the pavement for a jog, strapping on a helmet and biking a new trail, or strolling through southwest Florida’s great outdoors – that’s where I want to be. Another interest? Cats! Don’t ask me about mine unless you’re prepared for a lengthy slideshow.

Education

Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications at The University of North Carolina – Asheville

Master’s degree in Elementary Education at the University of Maryland – College Park

Likes best about Southwest Florida

I am blown away by all of the unique creatures and beautiful plants!

Hometown

Gaithersburg, MD

 

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The pandemic: One year later

One year later and we're still in a pandemic. More than one million people have tested positive in Florida since the pandemic began. Now,...

Some US bishops discourage Catholics from getting J&J vaccine

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops is raising moral concerns over the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine because it’s produced using a cell...
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Study looks at impact of COVID-19 vaccines on fertility

Thousands have already received the COVID-19 vaccine while others say not so fast. Their big concern? Its impacts on possibly having children. Fertility and pregnancy concerns...
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Study shows ‘normal’ blood pressure for women should be lower

Men's and women's heart health are very different, but until now, they were measured the same. New research published by the American Heart Association shows...
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New device can help protect young athletes in contact sports

There is a new way to protect your growing athlete. The Food and Drug Administration just approved a device that can help prevent traumatic brain...
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The slow process to getting rapid COVID-19 tests approved by the FDA

A top national scientist speaks out against the FDA, saying the agency is too slow to push out new COVID-19 tests leading to outbreaks...
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Experts say at-home testing a way to save money

When it comes to getting tested, experts say, soon, we may not need to visit the doctor's office or even leave our homes for...
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How to tell if it’s COVID-19 or allergies this spring

Sniffling, fatigue and coughing are all a part of dealing with seasonal allergies. But, during the pandemic, many are wondering whether it's their allergies...
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Doctors warn of severe COVID-19 relapses for immuno-compromised patients

There has already been some debate over whether coronavirus can reactivate once you've already beaten it. Now, doctors are warning about severe relapses of...
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The pandemic is taking a toll on teens’ mental health

The coronavirus has been tough on everyone. But the social lives of teenagers have taken two steps back, which has put a strain on...

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