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James Morrison

James Morrison
James Morrison

James Morrison is a national award-winning broadcast reporter with more than seven years experience working in radio and podcasts. His work has been featured on NPR, Marketplace, Here & Now and multiple other radio outlets and podcasts. His reporting focuses on environmental and health issues, with a focus on the opioid epidemic and sustainable food systems. He was recognized with a national award for a story he reported for NPR on locally-sourced oyster farming. He also received a national award for his daily news coverage of firefighters killed in the line of duty. A podcast he produced about the fall of Saigon during the Vietnam War was accepted into the Hearsay International Audio Arts Festival.

Morrison graduated from Sacramento State University with a degree in government-journalism and began his career as a news intern at Capital Public Radio in Sacramento, California. He worked at CPR as a reporter and producer for six years before moving to Delaware Public Media to become its afternoon news anchor. He’s currently a freelance reporter in North Carolina.