Briana Trusty Biography
Briana Trusty is an American anchor, reporter, and producer currently working as a reporter at FOX 28 since February 2018. While at the University of South Carolina, she was also an anchor, reporter, and producer for Carolina News, the student-run news station. She had the opportunity to work for Latina Magazine as a contributing writer
Briana Trusty Age
Briana was born in Maryland, she grew up in the Midwest just north of Indianapolis. That is where she got her first taste of broadcast journalism, in high school, as an integral part of her school’s daily, live newscast. Her exact date of birth is not yet confirmed.
Briana Trusty Education
Trusty attended Hamilton Southeastern High School. She also attended the University of South Carolina in Columbia where she earned a degree Broadcast Journalism and Dance.
Briana Trusty Relationship
Unlike many journalists who keep their matters confidential. Briana’s information about her relationship or personal life is not yet disclosed or revealed. When she’s not digging for new stories, Briana loves to dance and travel and cannot wait to add a puppy to her new home in Savannah.
Briana Trusty Career
Prior to joining the FOX 28 news team in February 2018, Briana was an anchor, reporter, and producer for Carolina News, the student-run news station at the University of South Carolina (Go Gamecocks!). During her time at Carolina News, she covered a number of stories of both local and national significance.
Briana has had the opportunity to work in print, digital and broadcast journalism over the course of her brief career. As a freshman at the University of South Carolina, she had the opportunity to work for Latina Magazine as a contributing writer. There, she worked several celebrity events and wrote a feature article for Latina.com about two New York City ballet dancers. After returning to school, she became the subject of a feature story herself when she was interviewed for a piece about minority career prospects after college by WLTX, a CBS-affiliate in Columbia, South Carolina.
Her first formal news broadcasting experience came as an intern her sophomore year- shooting, producing and editing segments for Columbia’s Fox-affiliate, WACH. At WACH, she enjoyed working on special lifestyle segments like “Food Friday.”
She turned her attention to the entertainment industry for a while when she interned at E! News in Los Angeles, California during the summer of 2017. She focused on celebrity lifestyle stories and field produced a weekly lifestyle segment alongside Emmy Award-winning E! News host, Zuri Hall.