Brittany Harlow grew up in Massachusetts. In 2008, she enrolled at Middlesex Community College to pursue a degree in journalism and broadcasting, while also pursuing an acting career in Boston.
A year later, Brittany moved to Oklahoma. After graduating from Northeastern State University, Brittany was hired as a content producer for KRMG’s Evening News with Dick Loftin on NEWS102.3 and AM740 KRMG in Tulsa. She was promoted to full-time reporter in December 2014.
Brittany began her TV career with News12 KXII as an Ada bureau reporter in July 2015 and made her way down to the main station in Sherman, Texas, in June 2016. She was promoted to Weekend Anchor in January 2017.
Brittany left KXII in June 2018 to work for VNN. She had her first child in March 2019 and has been balancing the two ever since.
Brian Hesson | TEXASJournalist
“A man who stands for nothing will fall for anything” – Malcom X
Brian “O’Neil” Hesson was born in Columbus, Ohio, but raised in Dallas, Texas. He attended the University of North Texas and studied Political Science while working promotions at Urban One’s 97.9 The Beat.
From radio, TV, and Internet, Brian has been on the forefront of innovative, new-age journalism. He has covered socio-political topics via his internet talk show and cohosting the Breaking the Stigma Podcast for the nonprofit, Minority Psychology Network. Brian also currently co-owns a production company that focuses on content creation ranging from entertainment, politics, social commentary, and commercialized content for small and medium-sized businesses.
Brian has a vision to combat misinformation and has dedicated his life to reestablishing trust amongst the public and our news media.
Rahkiya Brown | NEW YORKJournalist
Rahkiya “Rocky” Brown was born and raised in Binghamton, New York. Rocky earned her degree in broadcast journalism at SUNY Oswego, where she wrote for the school newspaper.
After graduating in 2018, Rocky landed her own radio show with a local station in her hometown. Shortly after, she branched off to start her very own media outlet called “Plugged In” where she interviewed musicians, entrepreneurs and artists with the intention of “plugging the people in” to the amazing talents in her community.
Rocky has been able to reach over 20 countries with Plugged In but is now looking to pour her passion for journalism into the expansion of VNN! Covering the Upstate New York area, she is honored to join VNN’s tribe of journalists and eager to hit the streets looking for unique stories that traditional media may overlook.
Danielle Saitta | MASSACHUSETTSJournalist
Danielle Saitta is a Boston Native, a Fairfield University Graduate, and a former television reporter. Danielle has worked in the broadcast industry for two years and has reported, edited, shot, and produced over 600 stories.
After graduating from Fairfield University, Danielle’s career took off in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Her next stop was Sioux City Iowa where she was a key player during the Historic Midwest Flooding. During that time, Danielle worked with local businesses and community members whose businesses and homes were greatly affected. In 2019, Danielle traveled back to the East Coast and worked for WCBD in Charleston, South Carolina. During her first four-months, Danielle reported in Dorchester County, where she tackled crime, tragedy and was the voice for many community members who were establishing their businesses.
A few months later, Danielle took on a different beat. Her stories as the nightside reporter included investigative reporting where she helped community members speak out against wrongdoings by their public officials and harm done to their homes and businesses. As a VNN Journalist, Danielle hopes to continue serving community members. She adores small businesses and loves to help spread the word about new additions to the community. If you’re looking for media attention in Boston, Danielle is the right journalist to reach out to.