In addition to her role as a Consumer Investigative Reporter for CBS and KPIX, Julie is the founder of NewsMom.com.
In a world of pay-for-play mommy blogs and un-vetted parenting message boards, Julie was frustrated by the lack of unbiased, independent, multi-sourced content on topics related to parenting.
Enter NewsMom.com – News, Reviews & Research – For Parents, By News Reporters
#NewsMom is a resource for parents to access trustworthy news and information that is relevant to them.
It is also an outlet for journalists to share their relevant research and reports with a wider audience of parents that they wouldn’t otherwise reach.
NewsMom news is a compilation of investigations and headlines that are relevant to parents.
“Reporters’ Notebook” stories are often contributed by the reporters themselves and include additional commentary, anecdotes or useful information that was left out of the original reports.
Under “Interesting Headlines” we share a variety of other relevant news and information that we’re reading, talking about or reporting on.
NewsMom Features include a combination of original editorials, blogs and reviews that are intended to help parents better investigate various topics and products on their own.
NewsMom Editorials are in-depth original reports that may include opinions and personal anecdotes in addition to investigative research. Contributors often share how their professional research and reporting has impacted their parenting.
NewsMom Blogs & Reviews include personal anecdotes about real-life experiences with popular products, apps and services. They are not endorsements (paid or otherwise) and they are never “sponsored.” These features may also include parenting tips, tricks, mom hacks and fun ideas.
Julie’s original “NewsMom Features” have also led to larger, wide-reaching consumer investigations on-air for KPIX and CBS.
Over the past year alone, two of Julie’s NewsMom editorials have prompted KPIX investigations that ultimately led to new legislation.