Barbara Harrison Bio, Wiki, NBC 4, Age, Education, Height, Family, Husband, Children, and Career

Barbara Harrison Biography

Barbara Harrison is a skilled and award-winning American journalist who is currently working for NBC 4( WRC-TV) in Washington, D.C, United States, as an anchor/reporter.

Barbara Harrison Age| Birthday

How old is Harrison? She is around 50 years old as of 2024. Her age is currently not available, research is ongoing will update it as soon as it is available.

Barbara Harrison Education

Harrison has not disclosed information regarding where she attended College/University. This information is currently under review.

Barbara Harrison Height|Weight

She stands on an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70kgs.

Barbara Harrison Family

Harrison was born in the united states, however, she has not revealed information regarding her family members. This information is under review and will be available soon.

Barbara Harrison
Barbara Harrison

Barbara Harrison Husband|Married

Harrison likes to keep her personal life private, hence she has not disclosed information about whether she is in a relationship or not. This information is under review and will be available soon.

Barbara Harrison Children| kids

Harrison likes to keep her personal life private, hence she has not disclosed information about whether she has children or not. This information is under review and will be available soon.

Barbara Harrison Career

Harrison boasts over 30 years of experience as a journalist, during which she has earned numerous awards. She has contributed her writing, producing, reporting, and anchoring skills to television stations in major cities. Such as New York, San Francisco, Dallas, and Washington, D.C. Her unique talent for creative storytelling has been widely celebrated, captivating viewers with her narratives and visuals in the numerous features she has authored, produced, and presented. Her storytelling session at Yale University’s annual THREAD conference in 2019 received high praise from fellow writers and journalists across the nation, demonstrating her exceptional ability to engage audiences.

Harrison is now dedicated to helping others effectively convey their stories, whether they revolve around people, places, causes, or events. She aims to assist individuals in crafting narratives that not only captivate the audience but also educate them about matters close to their hearts. Harrison played a significant role in covering the establishment and inauguration of The Smithsonian’s Museum of the American Indian in 2004. She later chronicled historian Lonnie Bunch’s journey to create the Museum of African American History and Culture. Providing invaluable insight into this important institution.

While she hails from Texas, Harrison commenced her career in television journalism as a writer-producer at WNET-TV in New York. Subsequently, she transitioned to on-air roles when she moved to San Francisco, where she hosted popular radio shows on ABC-owned stations KSFX and KGO-Radio. Later, she returned to television in Dallas, working as a reporter and anchor at KDFW-TV. In 1980, she relocated to San Francisco and assumed the role of anchor at KGO-TV. Then, in the fall of 1981, she joined the team at WRC/NBC4 in Washington, D.C.

Awards

Harrison was honored with the Outstanding Achievement award by the New York Film Festival for her report from the Kuwaiti oil fields after the first Gulf War. She has collected a total of 19 Emmy Awards for her special television programs. Notable among these is “Living Legends,” a production featuring interviews with prominent Black history-makers like Aretha Franklin, Hank Aaron, Jessye Norman, and Bobby Mitchell.

In recognition of her exceptional contributions to the community and journalism. The Washington Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences bestowed upon her the Ted Yates Award for outstanding community service. She is also the proud recipient of the prestigious Tufty Award for outstanding journalism in Washington.

Philanthropy

Harrison’s most enduring contribution is her creation of the “Wednesday’s Child” program. It has made a profound impact on children in foster care. This initiative has successfully found permanent homes for hundreds of children in the Washington area. It has served as a model for similar programs in major cities across the country.

Barbara Harrison Salary|Net Worth

Harrison has an estimated salary ranging between $70,000 – $125,000 and has an estimated net worth of $1 Million -$5 Million which she earns from her career.

Frequently asked questions about Harrison

Who is Harrison?

Barbara Harrison is a skilled and award-winning American journalist who is currently working for NBC 4( WRC-TV) in Washington, D.C, United States, as an anchor/reporter.

Is Harrison Married?

Harrison likes to keep her personal life private, hence she has not disclosed information about whether she is in a relationship or not. This information is under review and will be available soon.

Where does Harrison Live?

This information is under review and will be available soon.

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