Marion is a digital content manager for RFD-TV and The Cowboy Channel. She started working for Rural Media Group in May 2022, bringing a decade of experience in the digital side of broadcast media as well as some professional cooking experience to the team. She spent most of her career working at the national and local-affiliate levels of broadcast news at Nexstar Media Group, Meredith Corp., and Media General.
Alongside her work at RFD-TV and The Cowboy Channel, Marion is also a restaurant reporter for OTR Global. She graduated with honors from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where she received a B.S. in Journalism & Electronic Media with a concentration in magazine editing and musicology. While a student, she held esteemed internships at The Hollywood Reporter, The Lincoln Center, and DIY Network.
Marion was born and raised in Nashville, Tenn. That’s where she lives now with her husband, daughter, and family dog.
In her spare time, she is a passionate baker and considers herself a “professional home cook” after spending a year pursuing pastry arts full-time at Henrietta Red, a James Beard-nominated restaurant in Nashville. She loves hosting dinner parties, hanging out in the backyard, and attending local rock shows with her husband (who also drums in a band!).
In this behind-the-scenes look at the newest episode of Where the Food Comes From, “A Day Without Sunshine” written by show producer and script supervisor Donna Sanders — find out what Florida citrus growers Dundee Citrus did when life handed them some lemons.
As the USDA tracks how Plant Hardiness Zones are slowly shifting across the country, they are also adjusting their recommendations for gardeners when it comes to perennial plants. The data is also used the by Risk Management Agency to determine crop insurance rates.
If you’re a fan of RFD-TV’s Where the Food Comes From, you might recall visiting Larry Smith’s idyllic Christmas Tree farm in rural North Carolina. This year, ahead of the holidays, we are taking a look back at the classic episode from Season 2 with a host of new, behind-the-scenes and bonus content to enjoy!
This Gingery Chicken and Mushroom Soup is a comforting and nourishing option for cold weather, utilizing a medley of fresh, seasonal ingredients readily available in the winter.
Farm CPA Paul Neifer joined us Thursday on Market Day Report with insights on the biggest changes to the USDA’s Emergency Relief Program that producers need to know, including how the changes will significantly reduce the payouts farmers will receive compared to years past.
A Nebraska-made favorite owes its famous flavor largely to soybean oil! The Nebraska Soybean Board shares the story of a locally-made salad dressing named for its inventor, Dorthy Lynch.
The State of Louisiana is known as a major wintering location for North American waterfowl. However, a new visitor — a species of Whistling Ducks hailing from South America — may pose a problem to native species.
In honor of Veterans Day this weekend, we wanted to take a moment to highlight an incredible program connecting our great nation’s heroes with agriculture!
From drought impact to market volatility, Specialty Risk Insurance provides insurance guidance to farmers and ranchers across the country.
Farmer sentiment is on the rise as producers report improved financial conditions on their farms, according to the latest Ag Economy Barometer in October. CME Executive Director of Ag Research Fred Seamon joined us Tuesday on Market Day Report for a breakdown of the group’s latest survey.
Shaun Haney, host of Rural Radio Channel 147’s Real Ag Radio, joined us Friday on Market Day Report with an update on the important vote involving the use of ag machinery in Canada.
The FAO Food Price Index for October 2023 is out. Where do global food prices stand, and which categories saw the largest gains?