Digital video editor focusing on acquiring content, live events and breaking news Education: University of Texas at Austin, BS in communication studies and bachelors of journalism
Taylor Turner is a digital video editor at The Washington Post. In her job, Turner produces original video stories for breaking news, spearheads live video coverage of major news events and coordinates with local stations to acquire content. She joined The Post in 2017 from the ABC News network bureau in Washington, D.C.
Before ABC, Taylor was an Emma Bowen Foundation and Archer Fellow. She is currently pursuing a masters of arts degree at American University in film, television and video production.
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