Madison McClung

Madison McClung is a multimedia journalist for WALB News. Madison was born and raised in Northeast Arkansas. During her high school years, she was involved in theater, volleyball and a member of the dance team. She attended college at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville (WOO PIG!). She graduated in May 2018 with a bachelor's degree in journalism with areas of concentration in broadcast journalism, public relations and advertising. During her time at the U of A, she was a news reporter for the college news station UATV. She gained invaluable experience with all things multimedia. She was also a member of the Delta Delta Delta Iota Chapter at the U of A where she was involved in raising money for St. Jude to help the fight to find cures for childhood cancers. Madison is passionate about the Tri Delta philanthropy of finding cures and saving children. During Madison's free time, you might find her keeping up with the latest Razorback sports and calling those Hogs! Madison is very excited to be in Albany and reporting on all things South Georgia. Please contact her with any story ideas you have.

Recent Articles by Madison

  Albany Salvation Army aims to keep you warm in cold weather

Tifton church to hold concert to help college students

Dougherty Co. School System: Students should use social accounts wisely

Albany commissioner issues warning after illegal dump site found

‘Something was different’: Teacher’s instinct leads to Dougherty High student caught with gun

MLK Day Walk set for Monday in Albany

Albany’s New Downtown Manager talks plans for 2019

Thronateeska Heritage Center upgrades the Wetherbee planetarium

Keep Albany-Dougherty Beautiful wants to remind community not to litter in 2019

DOCO officials say not to put other items in debris pile for pick up

Phoebe professional addresses flu concerns for children

FEMA booths will be across Southwest Georgia on Saturday

Patients to benefit from money raised by Phoebe Foundation in 2018

Randolph Co. School District focused on student potential

Phoebe to make changes to visitation policies during flu season

Randolph-Clay High School makes changes for security

Dougherty Co. School System has big plans for 2019

The Lily Pad SANE Center resources

Chehaw prepares for annual Frontier Event

Lily Pad aims to be ready to help victims at any time