FOX UP Anchor
School: Pennsylvania State University
Hometown: Irvine, California
Taylor joined the TV6 & FOX UP team as an Anchor and Multimedia Journalist in September of 2018.
Taylor graduated from Penn State University in the spring of 2018 with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism and minors in Economics and International Relations. During college she was involved in multiple organizations that helped her grow as a journalist. She was News Director for CommRadio, a radio station operated by Penn State College of Communication students. Taylor was also a reporter and Social Media Producer for her school’s television station, Centre County Report.
Taylor was a Radio News Intern for WPSU-FM, central Pennsylvania’s only full-service National Public Radio Station. During her summers at home in California, she was a Business Development Intern for PrescribeWellness and a Sales Training Intern for Allergan.
In her spare time she loves being on the beach, cooking, reading and travelling as much as possible. She’s also always looking forward to college football season so she can support her Nittany Lions.
Taylor may be new to Michigan, but she is very excited to be joining the team at WLUC and getting to know the community!
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