Julian Glover is an award-winning and multi-platform anchor, reporter and executive producer. An early graduate of the M.S. in Communications program, Glover uses his unique perspective and firsthand knowledge of the coursework to advocate for students' success from the outset of their Newhouse journey. He brings his industry experience to the classroom to engage students in critical discussions about events and news shaping our field. Glover teaches MND 611 Web and Mobile Story Production; COM 643 Diversity, Inclusion and Leadership; and ICC 602 Intro to Digital Communications.
While joining the Newhouse faculty as an adjunct professor, Glover is an anchor and reporter in San Francisco at ABC’s owned and operated ABC7 News/KGO-TV. Glover anchors the 11 a.m. Midday Live newscast Monday-Friday and serves as the station’s race, culture and social justice reporter. Julian’s recent reporting on discrimination in the home appraisal process and devaluation of Black neighborhoods has prompted action by the Biden-Harris administration and Congress to address longstanding inequities. His reporting has earned 2022 Emmy and Edward R. Murrow awards for excellence in reporting on topics of diversity, equity and inclusion and is now the focus of the groundbreaking documentary “Our America: Lowballed.” You can stream “Lowballed” now on Hulu and at www.Lowballed.ABC. Glover also earned a 2022 Emmy Award for excellence in reporting on issues of environmental racism plaguing West Oakland along with a number Associated Press Awards during his days reporting in Louisville.
Before taking on his current role, Glover was based in Silicon Valley for ABC7 News and covered everything from Tech to Tesla, Super Bowl LIV, misinformation in the 2020 election and one of the original epicenters of the COVID-19 pandemic. He uses the skills gained in the journalism innovation specialization to enhance his storytelling every day: shooting any editing many of his stories for a variety of platforms.
Prior to making the move to the West Coast he worked as morning anchor at CBS19-WOIO in Cleveland, OH; as an anchor and reporter at NBC-WAVE3 News in Louisville, KY; as a reporter at FOX4-WFTX in Fort Myers, FL; and as a producer in Miami at WFOR. He was born and raised in the D.C. metro area.