"There is a reason people do what they do and why the world works the way it does.
Discovering that reason, discovering the why, is one of my favorite things about journalism." —Joshua Bolden
About The Journalist.
Joshua Bolden is a news anchor for WBBP Radio, personality for WUMR and host of the "Jazz Top Ten."
He has interviewed comedians, authors, and Apollo Legends. His work has also been featured in The Commercial Appeal (a mid-south news paper) online.
He has worked for (O&O) FOX's reality series "So You Think You Can Dance."
The former WHBQ-TV (MyFOXMemphis) intern also studied journalism abroad in Mainz, Germany.
The University of Memphis graduate is a former reporter for the university's The Daily Helmsman a independently run student newspaper.
He was U of M-National Association of Black Journalists' vice president where he created, produced and co-anchored The Conversation.
He also founded Mid-South Briefs an aggregation news site of video reports from journalists at the University of Memphis.
In addition to his broadcast degree, the U of Memphis-NABJ Ida B. Wells award winner has a minor in Spanish.
Prior to attending the University of Memphis, Bolden graduated Brighton High School.
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