Jennifer Morejon

Jennifer Morejon

Valdosta Bureau Multimedia Journalist

Jennifer Morejon joined the news team in April 2020, and is a multimedia journalist for the Valdosta Bureau at WALB. Jennifer was born and raised in Miami, Fla. She graduated from Florida International University in August 2016. Jennifer graduated with a bachelor's degree in broadcasting journalism and minored in marketing. She also earned a master’s degree at FIU in 2017. A few months before graduating from grad school, Jennifer got a job opportunity to work as an assignment editor at WSVN, Channel 7 News in Miami. There, she learned the ins and outs of a news station. She gained experience in finding stories, investigating, setting up interviews for reporters and sending photographers to newsworthy assignments. She has covered a wide range of stories from hurricanes to crime. After about two years, she decided her next stop would be West Palm Beach. Jennifer became the nightside assignment editor at WPBF. But her goal was always to become a reporter. Her passion for reporting began when she was just a little girl. She recalls watching the news every night with her family and saying, “that’s what I want to be when I grow up." Nothing has changed. Jennifer loves spending her free time with friends, exercising and exploring new places. If you have any story ideas, Jennifer would love to hear from you!


Recent Articles by Jennifer

Georgia Dept. of Public Safety tips for holiday road travel

  VLPRA prepares for Fourth of July show

  Celebrate Fourth of July safely with these tips from health officials

  Attorneys and activists seek mayor and chief resignation

  Defendants ask court to dismiss them from new Kendrick Johnson lawsuit

VSU program helps track mosquitoes, mosquito-borne illnesses

  FBI investigating threats made to Valdosta, VPD

  Valdosta Fire Department offers fireworks safety tips ahead of Fourth of July weekend

  Big turnout at Second Harvest of South Georgia food drive

  Lowndes Co. Sheriff’s Office address social media complaint

  New group propose to change Valdosta street names

  SGMC partners with Mercer to offer residency programs

  COVID-19 demographics and tracing revealed in Lowndes County

  Three new COVID-19 deaths added in Lowndes Co.

Officials urge community to stop pouring fats, oils and grease down the drain

  Plaintiff’s attorney, police chief discuss excessive force lawsuit against VPD

COVID-19 numbers continue to rise in South Ga.

  Wild Adventures Theme Park and Splash Island Waterpark have reopened

  Investigation continues into death of Valdosta State Prison inmate

  Group gathers in Tifton for peaceful protest

  Valdosta Mellow Mushroom shuts down after employee tests positive for COVID-19

  Wild Adventures welcomes new giraffe and prepares for reopening

  Remerton Police Department investigating weekend shooting

  SGMC welcomes new neurosurgeon

  Dept. of Public Health offers tips to individuals, businesses to prevent COVID-19 spread

South Ga. company expanding, creating new jobs in Lowndes Co.

Lowndes Co. restaurants closed due to COVID-19 concerns

  Lowndes Co. officials warn residents of bear sightings

  Protestors march for justice and equality in downtown Valdosta

  GDOT needs public’s feedback for two roundabout design proposals in Valdosta