Terrance Dixon

Terrance Dixon

Digital reporter

Terrance Dixon is a digital multi-media journalist and photojournalist for NBC12 and CW Richmond.

Terrance is a Virginia native who grew up in the small town of Mathews County. He graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism.

Terrance has a huge passion for sports and entertainment news. He has interviewed several influential people such as Hall of Famer Ralph Sampson, civil rights leader Al Sharpton, and former WNBA player Jessie Hicks. Terrance is active across several social media platforms. He has launched a successful podcast and YouTube Channel where he tackles the latest news and entertainment with a fresh and humorous perspective.

While Terrance started his career as a photojournalist in Charlottesville, Virginia he is no stranger to reporting. Prior to graduating from VCU, Terrance had the pleasure of anchoring and reporting throughout the greater Richmond area for WCVW-PBS.

When he’s not working you can find Terrance in the gym (playing basketball or working out) or rooting for one of his favorite sports teams (Redskins, Duke, & Detroit Pistons).

Education:

  • Virginia Commonwealth University

Recent Articles by Terrance

  ‘Ink Master’ artist opening tattoo shop in Midlothian

  41 restaurants participating in Richmond Restaurant Week

  Students with special needs learn basics of baseball

  Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU hosts early Halloween party for patients

  Queen Latifah speaks at Women’s Achieve Summit, says to ‘embrace the future’

  Fashion show aims to fight mental health, suicide

  Food hall with taproom, 3 bars coming to Scott’s Addition

  Athletic training program targets at-risk youth by developing positive mindset

  4th Annual Artober returns with new palette of art, culture

  Former VCU student creates clothing company to promote body positivity

  Richmond students surprised with full-ride scholarships to Virginia Union University

  World renowned Richmond ballerina set to retire

  Online program helps students in Louisa County spread positive messages

  Retired Marine spreading message of love, unity nationwide

  RPS expands mentorship program for girls of color

  ‘Just go do it’: Alicia Dickerson hopes to encourage other girls through football

  Goochland welcomes new fire chief

  Deli restaurant in Northside jumps in on ‘chicken war’ while getting customers to vote

  Non-profit in Ashland offers therapeutic horseback riding for cancer patients, survivors

  Glen Allen dentist writes book to help ease children’s fears

  ‘Game-changer’ Cristo Rey school opens in Richmond

  Free Store for VCU students, faculty to open in August

  James River High helps students end summer break on a high note

  Jazz dream comes true for Richmond teen

  Richmond Jazz & Music Festival helps city become destination spot for music

Washington Redskins donate nearly $50,000 to seven more Richmond schools

  Artists use quilts to give young black girls a voice

  Allen & Allen recognizes Hometown Heroes

  Tree-top obstacle course opens in Prince George

  Richmond artist creates coloring book aimed at stopping violence