Alix Bryan

Interactive Producer

Hey. I’m Alix. I grew up in Richmond, VA. I’m a traveler, thinker, writer, dreamer, reader, photographer and citizen of the world. But it is my community that I care the most about.

As far as mainstream media, I started at WTVR CBS 6 as an intern for Mark Holmberg. Prior to my full-time job here I’ve done a lot of freelance work for local media and Pergula, as well as various political and lifestyle websites.

I graduated in 2010 with a Master’s in Multimedia Journalism from Virginia Commonwealth University. The program focus was truly multimedia; covering web design and development, online community management, social media, online journalism, data mining and database management skill-sets, photography and video–in addition to cornerstone classics of traditional journalism.

Ok. So I have a Master’s. Now what? It's an exciting time for journalism, that's what. My job as an interactive producer covers the gamut. The exciting parts are social; extending our newsgathering sources into places we didn't have in the past, which allows more voices, more diversity, into the broadcast. I try to brainstorm ways to make TV and web a more interactive experience. I also do a lot of writing, copy editing and online community management with our social accounts: Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, Pinterest.

I would say that the experience that really helped shape my journalistic style was a 22,000 mile scooter trip through the backroads of America. I learned that someone, anywhere you go, has a story to tell. I became comfortable interviewing and filming complete strangers, about a variety of topics, in a variety of environments.

In addition to print, I am very experienced with video, photography, micro-blogging and audio as reporting tools. I can easily identify which method of reporting will work best for a story.

My true passion is collaborating with people. Please contact me with newstips, general suggestions or comments.

Recent Articles

  • Amazon will pay employees up to $5,000 to quit

    Posted on: 1:01 pm, April 11, 2014, by

    The “Pay to Quit” program, which was announced by CEO Jeff Bezos in his letter to shareholders late Thursday, is an effort to make sure that the Internet retailer’s employees really want to be there.
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    Amazon rolled out two Kindles at Santa Monica event
  • Beginner runner loses over 100 lbs., gains confidence in herself

    Posted on: 12:51 pm, April 11, 2014, by and

    I may not be the most graceful runner on Saturday mornings, but I’ll keep going till I get to my goal.
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  • Zumanjaro: Drop of Doom, tallest thrill-seeking ride complete

    Posted on: 12:10 pm, April 11, 2014, by , updated on: 12:13pm, April 11, 2014

    As riders of Zumanjaro are going up 415 feet, trains will launch directly toward them at speeds of up to 128 mph.
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  • L.A. Sheriff Deputy kills Tosh.0 employee trying to save neighbors

    Posted on: 10:52 am, April 11, 2014, by , updated on: 06:35pm, April 11, 2014

    A Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy mistakenly shot and killed a aspiring TV producer they thought was a stabbing suspect, but who had been attempting to rescue neighbors.

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    Josh Winkler, photo via Gawker
  • Richmond Walmarts might kill the organic food market

    Posted on: 6:08 pm, April 10, 2014, by

    Walmart is hoping to take a big bite out of the organic foods market.

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  • GWAR releases video, announces Dave Brockie foundation

    Posted on: 5:12 pm, April 10, 2014, by , updated on: 05:22pm, April 10, 2014

    RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) — While he was alive, Richmond’s own Dave Brockie shocked, entertained and amused millions as the leader...
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  • IRS chasing 300 new identity thieves

    Posted on: 4:42 pm, April 10, 2014, by and , updated on: 04:46pm, April 10, 2014

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Tax season isn’t even over, and the IRS is already starting to chase after hundreds of...
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    IRS building exterior in Washington D.C.
  • Talk show format is out as CNN announces new prime time lineup

    Posted on: 4:37 pm, April 10, 2014, by and

    "We believe that genre is no longer viable" at that hour, the CNN Worldwide president Jeff Zucker said, citing "too many outlets" and "not enough unique guests."
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  • WATCH: Internet stalking is pretty easy once you have a name

    Posted on: 2:20 pm, April 10, 2014, by

    A crew in a van took the information given to the street reporter and used Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google, Tumblr, and more to find revealing info about the individual.
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  • Bust at Howard Johnson’s yields heroin at $3,500 street value

    Posted on: 2:10 pm, April 10, 2014, by , updated on: 02:26pm, April 10, 2014

    More Stafford County drug busts this week, a continued effort to crack down on heroin trafficking in the region.
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    Drug Use
  • College students petition to ban Michael Vick from campus

    Posted on: 1:25 pm, April 10, 2014, by , updated on: 01:37pm, April 10, 2014

    SUNY Cortland students started a petition on the website to ban quarterback Michael Vick from practicing on campus.
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    Michael Vick endorses anti-dogfighting bill
  • City gets test run ahead of 2015 UCI Road World Championships traffic

    Posted on: 12:53 pm, April 10, 2014, by , updated on: 06:36pm, April 10, 2014

    An official test event will take place early next month, with the 2014 CapTech USA Cycling Collegiate Nationals.
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