Danielle Davezac

Danielle Davezac

Baton Rouge, La.

Danielle Davezac is a livestream producer for the WAFB 9News digital team.

Danielle graduated from Louisiana State University in 2011 with a bachelor's degree in business marketing. After graduating, she worked in the film industry for roughly three years. It was there she learned the fundamentals of production.

Danielle's first film job was as a production assistant. She then went on to work as a casting assistant, location assistant, cast and crew driver, and a camera operator.

In 2013, Danielle moved to West Monroe where she worked as a marketing producer at a construction company. There she stayed until 2015 when she moved to Dallas, TX.

In Texas, Danielle began working as a broadcasting producer for an advertising agency.

Danielle returned to Baton Rouge in 2017 to begin work at WAFB. She is known for creating innovative, original content for digital media as well as producing music related content for local artists.


  • Phi Sigma Theta National Honor Society


  • Louisiana State University: Business Marketing

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