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.
Gmail went down Friday afternoon in what appears to be a worldwide outage.
KYW social media editor Melony Roy has details on Twitter’s reaction to Beiber’s arrest, Vine’s first birthday, and a GIF from Pinterest.
Carvin Haggins and Ivan Barias have been fixtures on the Philadelphia music scene for almost 20 years.
Camden native Tye Tribbett is nominated for best gospel /contemporary Christian music performance, best gospel song and best gospel album.
KYW social media editor Melony Roy has details on the latest Facebook tests, Snapchat’s security issues, and where you can find the latest “Hunger Games” movie poster.
KYW social media editor Melony Roy has details on the newest billionaire at Facebook, a new feature on Pinterest, and the latest news feed changes.
KYW social media editor Melony Roy has details on a new study on Facebook, a new way to stream music and a new feature for Pinterest users.
Twitter may have given birth to a new literary genre. The social networking platform is redefining what it means to read and write fiction.
It’s very similar to a feature that’s been around on Twitter for years, but Facebook’s version is slightly different.
In a blog post, Snapchat says it plans to put out a more secure version of its application after hackers posted the usernames and phone numbers of 4.6 million accounts online.
Facebook continued its reign during 2013 at the biggest social network in the world, but not without some hiccups.
“I’m kind of like a dinosaur but I recognize this a great way to reach people and communicate with people,” he said.
The 12-hour Google Hangout event was like a telethon in your web browser.
A Chester county funeral director is using social media to encourage conversations about death and shine a light on the funeral industry.
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