Brianne Carter Reporter

Brianne Carter

Brianne Carter joined ABC7/WJLA-TV and NewsChannel 8 in June 2006 as a producer and has now stepped out from behind the camera to return to reporting and assignments covering Montgomery County.

Before her arrival in Washington, Brianne was a reporter and occasional anchor for WHSV-TV3 in Harrisonburg, Virginia. She began her career as a producer and a reporter at KFDA/Newschannel 10 in Amarillo, Texas.

As a native of Virginia Beach, Brianne is delighted to be back on the East Coast and close to family and friends.

Brianne is a graduate of James Madison University with a degree in broadcast journalism. When she is not reporting, you can catch Brianne at the gym, visiting with her niece, or hanging out with friends in the nation's capital.

Contact Brianne

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