Madison Jones

Madison Jones


Charlottesville, Va.

Madison Jones joined NBC29 news in May 2019 after graduating from Virginia Commonwealth University with a degree in broadcast journalism.

Madison’s love for journalism flourished in high school where she was a part of her schools news broadcast called Matoaca WBN.

During her time as a VCU ram she reported and anchored for VCU’s student run news show VCU InSight that aired on the local Richmond PBS station WVCE.

Her broadcast career began during her junior year of college at WWBT-NBC 12 in Richmond, VA as a part time video editor for over a year.

Madison is a history buff, enjoys documentaries and loves VCU basketball.

Madison is from Chesterfield, VA. She is excited to explore Charlottesville and meet new people.

Recent Articles by Madison

  2 UVA students rescuing Alderman Library’s card catalog

  Charlottesville tests voting machines ahead of Democratic Primary

  Jackson-Via Elementary remodeling complete

  UVA School of Medicine seeing its highest number of female students

  Goodwill wants more people to take advantage of its job seeker services

  Special Olympics Virginia hosts the Xperience Tennis Invitational

  Charlottesville businesses holding diaper drive to help refugees

  Bold Rock rolling out ready-to-drink cocktails

  Sally Hudson hosts General Assembly send off

  Charlottesville rally against war in Iran

  Holly’s Diner benefit honors Tess Majors

  International Neighbors Charlottesville program helps refugees sew

  Public Safety Foundation of Greene County seeks donations for rescue boat

Law firm again offering safe rides home in Charlottesville-area on New Year’s Eve

  Donations to Goodwill surge during holiday season

  Salvation Army encourages after-holiday giving

  Tiger Fuel company investing in employee wages

  Scottsville man creates first responder tribute

  Downtown Mall bars prepare for New Year’s Eve

  Charlottesville police investigate stolen 1968 Apache pop-up camper

  Mason’s Toy Box makes a special delivery for two Charlottesville children

Palmyra church collecting donations for food bank

  Charlottesville area could see benefits from plans to expand rail across Virginia

  AHIP partners with Beck Cohen to ensure one Scottsville family has a warm Christmas

  CASPCA has plans in place for holiday gift giving

  The Haven hosts Homeless Memorial Community Vigil

  Three new Charlottesville city councilors sworn in to office

  Charlottesville students participating in Habitat for Humanity project

  Albemarle County’s ARB asks for site-plan revisions for a mixed-use building on Rio Road West

  ACAC fitness and Three Notch’d brewery partner for a holiday lights tour