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.
Facebook is still keeping “Gifts,” but it’s just switching over to gift cards and digital codes instead of items such as flowers, stuffed animals, and cupcakes.
Starting September 13th, students in the United States ages 14 and up will be able to sign up for LinkedIn, create a profile, and start connecting with “University Pages.”
Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Steely Dan bring their classic rock hits to the Mann Center on Saturday, Sept. 21st.
According to a new study, senior citizens in the United States are finally jumping on the social media bandwagon.
The media measurement firm Nielsen says that for the first time it has proved that Twitter chatter about a broadcast program generally means more viewers are tuning in.
According to Facebook, the average user’s News Feed has the potential of around 1,500 possible stories per day but only 20-percent of them actually make your feed.
The traditional easel at Buckingham Palace, used when Prince William was born 31 years ago, was upstaged by social media when it came to the announcement of the royal baby’s arrival.
For Catholics who were unable to fly to Brazil to take part in World Youth Day, the Vatican issued a decree stating that those who follow the celebration online will be granted a plenary indulgence.
Starting Monday, Facebook will launch its upgraded search engine, “Graph Search,” to all users in the United States.
Known for its “Judgment Free Zone” and “No Gymtimidation” philosophy, Planet Fitness has launched a social media campaign called “No Pintimidation.”
The popular photo sharing app Instagram, owned by Facebook, is taking a swipe at Twitter’s Vine App by launching their own video sharing tool.
The addition breaks at least one Oxford English Dictionary rule: that a new word needs to be current for ten years before consideration for inclusion.
In a crowded job market, some new graduates are using their social networks to stand out, and sometimes that means getting a little personal.
When he’s not shoveling snow, or rescuing a neighbor from a burning building, Cory Booker usually fields service requests and answers questions on social media.
Hashtags are nothing new in the social sphere, and you may have even used them on Facebook. But until now they had no functionality.