Darren Perron Biography
Darren Perron is an American Anchor, Award-Winning Reporter and Executive Producer. He is currently working at WCAX-Channel 3 News. He begun working for the station in the year 1995. The station is the most watched in Vermont. Prior to that, he was a print reporter for “the Chronicle” in his hometown of Barton, Vermont.
He also hosts our news program “You Can Quote Me” every Sunday mornings at 7:30. He has won a number of awards among them; an Emmy Award, 11 Edward R. Murrow Awards, 18 Emmy Award nominations. He has also won more than a dozen Associated Press Awards.
Darren Perron was the only non-network reporter in the U.S. to be nominated for a GLAAD Award in 2009. He won WCAX a VAB Broadcaster of the Year Award for his war reporting. He won national recognition from the NLGJA in the year 2016. He was also awarded the prestigious Excellence in Journalism Award by the organization.
He worked as the weekend anchor at Channel 3 News for nearly a decade. He also continued to report during the week. He was named by The National Television Academy as one of New England’s top investigative reporters. His series work, special reports and breaking news coverage earned him some of the industry’s top awards.
Darren Perron has reported a number of stories that have been honoured a number of times. Among them include; Battle Behind Bars, On Their Own, Killer Kids, Dirty Secrets, Silent Struggle, A Soldier’s Heart and Battle After War. He was also recognized for his coverage of the Essex School Shootings and the Red Sox Riot.
He was also recognized for a story about the retirement of UVM Basketball Coach Tom Brennan. He has also won a number of readers’ choice awards. Among them; Seven Days, Times Argus and the Rutland Herald for his reporting and anchoring. In the summer of 2010, he spent two weeks in Afghanistan.
Darren Perron and his team embedded with the Vermont National Guard and reported from the war zone. His series called Mission Afghanistan won an Emmy Award, a Murrow Award, Broadcaster of the Year Award, and the military’s Seven Seals Award.
In the year 2009, Darren Perron was nominated for a GLAAD Award. This was in recognition to his series about Vermont’s transgender community called “Becoming”. He was awarded a national Excellence in Journalism Award by The NLGJA Association of LGBTQ Journalists. This was for telling the coming out story of Vermont Electric Co-op CEO Christine Hallquist, who is transgender.
Darren Perron Age
Darren Perron was born in Vermont, United States of America. He was born in the year 1973. His actual month and date of birth are no clearly known.
“Where I grew up, it’s so rural that Burlington is considered a big city, and anywhere below Rutland is considered the South,” he said in a past interview.
Darren Perron Height
Darren Perron is of relative height. His actual height is not clearly known though. His physical appearance is generally good to look at. Especially for girls. You wont have to look down on him while you hug him. Trust me!
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Marriage is a pretty personal affair. Not everybody would like everyone to know what is happening in their personal lives. That is Darren Perron. He has been pretty secretive about his marriage life. According to his looks, every girl would die to date him.
In what seems like good or bad news, we have no information about his marriage life. Until he comes out openly, you can try your luck with him.
Darren Perron Education
The popular news anchor, Darren Perron, is pretty educated. He grew up as a native Vermonter from the Northeast Kingdom. He attended Lake Region Union High School. He did well enough to get himself a slot at the university. He is an Alumni of Castleton University. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Mass Media Communications.
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