Meaghan Norman is an experienced journalist with more than ten years in television news; spanning markets across the country including Hartford, CT and most recently, Columbia, SC where she served as weekend evening anchor, general assignment reporter and host of a weekly Sunday morning program targeting community and public interests.
Meaghan prides herself on being a skilled storyteller, adept at crafting messages and expressing visions through a visual art form. Her work has earned several regional awards from the Associated Press and South Carolina Broadcasters Association; and a national award from the National Association of Black Journalists for in depth coverage after the June 2015 massacre at Mother Emanuel Church in Charleston.
Meaghan has spearheaded efforts to tell stories that promote brand awareness and identify concerns in communities. Her critical thinking, attention to detail and objectivity are evident in every story as she focuses on the best way to convey the facts, further a client’s mission and educate audiences across multiple media platforms.
Meaghan is an impassioned storyteller who has a penchant and purpose for seeking the truth as well as a passion for helping others and mentoring and motivating young people.
Meaghan was raised in Connecticut and attended Wellesley College in Massachusetts where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in English and Cinema & Media Studies and later earned a Master of Science in Broadcast Journalism from Northwestern University.
Meaghan relies on her strong faith and family to keep her rooted and grounded. She currently resides in the Columbia area.