Eugenia Harvey has left an indelible mark on the world of news media as a veteran broadcast journalist on ABC News’ “PrimeTime Live”, BET, CNN and the Steve Harvey Show. Today Eugenia serves as the executive producer and project director of multi-platform initiatives at WNET, a public television station that operates in the New York metropolitan area. At WNET, Eugenia manages two public media initiative programs — Chasing the Dream, Poverty & Opportunity in America and Peril & Promise: The Challenge of Climate Change. Previously, Eugenia produced Race Matters: Solutions on PBS NewsHour with famed civil rights leader and journalist Charlayne Hunter Gault. After graduating from the University of Georgia as a Broadcast Journalism major and minor in Political Science and Spanish, Eugenia earned a Master’s Degree in Journalism at Columbia University. Press play to learn more about Eugenia’s current job and how she built a successful career in broadcast television.


  • What an Executive Producer (EP) in TV news does
  • Why being an Executive Producer (EP) is like being a conductor of an orchestra
  • Why ‘optimism’ is Eugenia’s ‘secret sauce’ to her success
  • What it’s like being African American in television news
  • What advice Eugenia has for aspiring African Americans who want to become journalists
  • Why to consider being behind the camera as a producer versus being an on-air correspondent/reporter
  • How to manifest what you want in life
  • If you want to learn more about how to break into broadcast TV listen to T4C episode #107 w/ Eugenia Harvey


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