About Julia Yarbough

A multiple Emmy-Award winning broadcast and print journalist, Julia Yarbough’s on-air television, public speaking and professional writing and production experience reaches across multiple platforms. She began her career chasing news in the field as well as bringing viewers daily and nightly reports from the anchor chair in the studios of NBC6-WTVJ, in Miami, KCBS2 in Los Angeles, WSVN, South Florida, WLKY, Louisville, Kentucky, WEAR, Pensacola, Florida and KEYT, in Santa Barbara. Julia currently uses her Media Relations Expertise working with the Chico Police Department in crafting effective messaging and community outreach. Prior to consulting with the Northern California team, Julia served as Media Ambassador for the internationally recognized City of Miami Beach, leading an in-house production team producing original programming for MBTV, the Miami Beach Police and Fire Departments and social media platforms. Julia is also well known for her hit blog, Highway to a Husband (currently under reconstruction), which chronicled her 10-month, cross-country road journey in the search for love and adventure! Julia's passion for writing and storytelling continues to focus on finding and sharing positive stories which inspire and motivate.
23 06, 2020

Riding the Open Road

By |2021-02-20T18:08:18-07:00June 23rd, 2020|Communications, Environmental|0 Comments

BY: Zimbalist Chalk; as told by Julia Yarbough Ask motorcycle enthusiast Zimbalist Chalk when it’s a good time for riding the open road and you’ll get a simple but heartfelt answer. Anytime. In the biker world, he’s known as COW6BOY and he has been climbing aboard various bikes for 45 [...]

12 07, 2017

Law Enforcement Media Relations – Stories Beyond the Badge

By |2021-02-20T18:08:19-07:00July 12th, 2017|Chico Media Relations, Communications|0 Comments

In this blog Law Enforcement Media Relations - Stories Beyond the Badge, I explore the intersection of Law Enforcement Media Relations in storytelling and social entrepreneurship. For those of you who missed the move, I returned home to California last year after more than twenty years of calling South Florida [...]

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