Samantha Morgan

Samantha Morgan is a Baton Rouge-native who started working in media while attending Louisiana State University.

A love for writing and all things creative is what set her down the path to becoming a print journalist. Her first article was published in Tiger Weekly (now known as Dig Magazine). The publisher quickly appointed her to her the beat of art and theatre where she published columns about local visual and performing art events.

Samantha took over as editor-in-chief in 2005 and her first issue was monumental because it was released two days after Hurricane Katrina made landfall.

In 2007, Samantha moved on to the second largest print news publication in the state, The Advocate, where she worked as a freelance contributor for the New Media department. Her articles were exclusively focused on music and entertainment. There she launched a weekly video series called “The Scene,” which featured interviews with musicians and highlighted upcoming events.

Producing roughly three dozen episodes of the series ignited her interest in video production. In 2009, Samantha took the challenge of learning the ins-and-outs of broadcast journalism at the NBC affiliate WVLA.

In 2013, Samantha took on a position at WAFB. She now serves as the Digital Content Manager and oversees the daily online operation for the station.

Recent Articles by Samantha

  Wife of councilman killed in crash announces she will run in special election

It’s that time of year again! Pelicans return to the University Lakes

Two police officers under investigation for incident involving middle school student

WAFB’s social media commenting policy

Car crashes into lake on LSU’s campus

WAFB.com is under construction

Not seeing updated news? There's a new version of the WAFB 9News app available

Bond doubled due to upgraded charge for crash that killed bicyclist

Watch your step! Snakes more active this time of year

Dangerous heat: Safety starts before you walk outside

No out of state concerts for NBA YoungBoy due to probation violation, judge rules

The Dyson House Listening Room set to ReOpen the House

Go Sami! Student body creates truly special moment at graduation

Coroner identifies 2 victims who perished in Brusly fire

Lemonade Day 2018: When life hands you lemons, make money from them!

Dancing unicorn dad helps kick off LEAP week with a laugh

Caught on camera: Mother, son arrested after street fight over movie theater confrontation

Teen arrested for man who was murdered hours after celebrating birthday

Liberty Lagoon reopens with a splash for 2018 season

WANTED: Armed robber fired gun at victim in neighborhood near park