Julie Walker is an award winning journalist in New York City. She is an AP Radio correspondent, who also contributes to AP print and APTN. Julie has freelanced for CNN, NPR, The Root and various other media outlets. She was also a co-host of Newsweek on Air. As a breaking news/general assignment reporter for AP, Julie covers some of the biggest news stories such as Pope Francis in the U.S., the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, and the Boston Marathon bombing. She has reported on business news from the NYSE, international news from the United Nations and general assignment stories from the streets of NYC. Julie began her career as an intern at ABC News in Paris. She spent eight years at NY1 News covering everything from 9/11 to the crash of flight 587 to entertainment. Julie is a graduate of Wellesley College.
My coverage of Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest on July 4, 2015
This is my radio reporting from the streets of Ferguson Missouri
Julie Walker's AP radio reporting in NYC. These are several 35 second hits edited together.
New York, United States of America Politics December 31 @ 12:00am
I am a UN media pass holder available for coverage of the UN General Assembly, as well as side events. I have covered the UN for several years and worked for UN Radio in the past. I can do radio packages, print stories, interviews and commentary. I am based in NYC and available during the GA, as... Read more