Bria Bolden is a Multimedia Journalist from Houston, Texas. She joined WTOC in December 2019.
Bria earned a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from the Moody College of Communication at The University of Texas at Austin (Hook ‘Em Horns!). During her time in school, Bria served as an Anchor, Reporter, and Executive Producer at the student run broadcast station, Texas Student Television. She interned with CNN Newsroom with Ana Cabrera at CNN Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. She also interned at FOX 7 in Austin. Bria received the Moody College of Communication’s Brandon Schantz Memorial Scholarship for her broadcasting work.
In her free time, she enjoys listening to music, learning new skills, binge watching television shows, trying new restaurants, and spending time with her friends and family.
Bria is excited to be in Savannah and tell stories of the people and communities around her!
If you have any story ideas, don’t be afraid to shoot her an email at email@example.com. You can also find her on Facebook, WTOC Bria Bolden or Twitter @boldenbria.
After a deadly double shooting and several other acts of gun violence, Garden City leaders and residents came together at a community meeting Monday night to discuss how to make their community safe again.
Popell Farms is famous for their maize, pumpkin patch and attractions they offer every fall. However, after testing positive and recovering from COVID-19, the the family says they’ve made the difficult decision not to open for the 2020 season.