CJ Paschall

CJ Paschall

Reporter

Charlottesville, Va.

CJ joined the NBC 29 team in August of 2019 after serving as editor-in-chief of HN Entertainment, an online media outlet dedicated to covering breaking entertainment news.

During his seven years there, he directed HN’s on-site coverage of events like San Diego Comic-Con, New York Comic-Con, and major film premieres. He also interviewed actors, directors, screenwriters and more members from all facets of the entertainment industry.

He graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2015 (Go Rams!) with a major in broadcast journalism and a minor in history. While there, he wrote for the sports section of VCU’s award-winning student newspaper 'The Commonwealth Times,' covering men’s and women’s basketball and soccer.

CJ was born in Raleigh, North Carolina but raised around the world, living in N’Djamena, T’Chad; Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Stuttgart, Germany; and Lorton, Virginia, instilling a life-long love of travel and an inquisitive appetite.

When he’s not at work, you can find him reading, running, doing a crossword, or cheering on any and all D.C. sports teams (even if they only break his heart).


Recent Articles by CJ

Charlottesville-based company hopes to chart future of military’s electric vehicles

  Albemarle County Public Schools details its cultural responsiveness teaching training

Supreme Court of Virginia issues mandate in Charlottesville’s Confederate statues case

  Albemarle County requests $1 million dollar grant for Southwood Redevelopment

  UVA Edge program opens applications for second class of adult learners

  Gov. Northam signs bill legalizing marijuana

ACPS outlines summer school plans

  Oysters collected by Rivanna Solid Waste Authority headed to help filter Chesapeake Bay

  Albemarle County Public Schools to offer full in-person instruction and fully virtual school this fall

  Charlottesville tests voting machines ahead of Democratic Primary

  Charlottesville hotels report staff shortages as travel increases

Report details COVID-19′s impact on central Virginia tax revenue

  “It’s a black hole”: Legal Aid Justice Center discusses Virginia Employment Commission lawsuit

  Sports Illustrated photographer speaks to Monticello High School students

Charlottesville hotels seeing reservations spike ahead of UVA’s in-person graduation

Orange County Board of Supervisors unanimously approves turning former VFW post into a craft brewery

Central Virginia prosecutors discuss how marijuana legalization will impact the legal system

  UVA’s Memorial to Enslaved Laborers completed with moment of silence, ceremony

Rivanna Solid Waste Authority holding compost giveaway

Sen. Warner takes part in rural broadband roundtable at PVCC

  Wineries dodge icy bullet, survive late frost

  Charlottesville City Council debates right to counsel funding for tenants facing eviction

  Parade Rest Virginia asks for community help in honoring military enlistees

Prosecutors and Public Defenders in Greater Charlottesville Area push for equal pay on both sides of the courtroom

Company aims to bring P.E. class to kids learning virtually

  Virginia Supreme Court sides with Charlottesville over Confederate statues

  Greene County man files complaint with Gov. Northam over BRHD, GCPS handling of son’s COVID-19 isolation

  UVA student pushes to ban cars from the corner

Despite frost challenges, 2020 vintage “good quality” wine makers say

Virginia Gubernatorial Candidate Kirk Cox calls for election reforms