She joined the station in October 2005 as a desk assistant, where she worked behind the scenes on story production, including as producer for a one-on-one interview with presidential candidate Barack Obama.
Melony is also the executive producer of hearPHILLY.com, an online radio station dedicated to fun in the city.
A native of Camden, NJ, Melony received a bachelor’s degree in communications from Seton Hall University. She is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority and the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ).
Melony is a pop culture enthusiast who in her spare time enjoys reading, traveling, shopping, live music, and watching TV. She resides in the Philadelphia area.
After a three month test period, the online bulletin board site is sharing its redesign with its 48 million users.
Co-created by a University of Pennsylvania Graduate, “On the Rebound” is a free Facebook app that lets users discover which of their friends are both single and likely interested.
The social network has revamped its newsfeed to give its users what Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg calls “the best personalized newspaper.”
Pope Benedict XVI has sent what could possibly be the last tweet of his papacy.
Your payment options now include Twitter if you are an American Express Card Holder.
“Harlem Shake” is the latest viral hit around the web. Former Philadelphia and Penn grad Jayson Musson is sampled on the song “Harlem Shake” by Brooklyn DJ and producer Baauer.
President Obama will participate in a Google Plus Hangout on Thursday to answer questions about his State of the Union address.
His resignation shocked the world, but Pope Benedict has still not made an official resignation Tweet.
Have you ever taken “a break” from Facebook? If so, you are not alone, and in the majority according to a new survey.
Pinterest is experimenting with a new look. The changes are subtle but intended to make the site easier to navigate and the pins bigger and more engaging.
It’s already being called the “Instagram for video,” letting users share six second video clips.
Hoping priests will follow his digital example, Pope Benedict is urging church leaders to spread the faith to the next generation on social media.
Snapchat says it allows you to send any kind of photo to your friends, for a time frame of your choosing. But do the photos really disappear?
If you feel lonely, frustrated or angry after you log onto Facebook, you are not alone. A study conducted by two German universities found that one in three people felt dissatisfied about their lives after spending time on the world’s largest social network.
Currently, more than 60 percent of all students take out loans, and the average college graduate has over $24,000 in debt upon graduation.