Randy Price ~ My Career in Broadcast Journalism
Thursday, March 27, 7:00-9:00pm ~ STAR Theatre
During his distinguished career, Price has been honored with numerous humanitarian and professional awards, among them the broadcast industry’s highest honor: a national Edward R. Murrow Award for Best Newscast in Boston. He has regularly reported from the site of many news events important to New Englanders, from numerous New Hampshire presidential primaries to the Challenger shuttle explosion. On the national front, Price has covered the war in Afghanistan and the impeachment of President Clinton.
Price is also well-know to New England’s civic and philanthropic communities, regularly volunteering his time to raise funds and awareness for a variety of causes. A breeder of champion American Cocker Spaniels, Price works with all the major animal welfare and rescue organizations in Greater Boston. He is also the “chief cheerleader” for the annual Walk for Autism and works with organizations relating to alcohol and substance abuse. An avid gardener, Price and his spouse often use their gardens for fundraisers for various community organizations.
A native of Louisiana, Price began his broadcast career in college radio at LSU and his television career with the American Forces Radio and Television Service as a member of the US Air Force. Price then served as a lead anchor at television stations in Bakersfield, CA., and Toledo, OH., before coming to Boston, where he has anchored at all of the major network-affilia