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Danielle Parker has spent more than a decade delivering news and information from various media perspectives. As a respected TV, radio and print journalist, she has reported for major consumer and business publications. Her work has appeared in People, Grammy and Television Week magazines and at radio stations including WNEW-FM, and WLTW (LITE-FM) in New York City. Known best for breaking news stories, Ms. Parker earned the nickname "Scoop" from her colleagues at various media outlets.
She was the first reporter to analyze the show "Survivor" before it's success, predicting that reality television would change the landscape of television. Because of her expertise in determining what the public craves, she was hired as a publicist for Maury Povich and “Judge Judy,” increasing "Maury's" press coverage by 40% within her first six months of employment. She had helped place her clients on the Today Show, Entertainment Tonight, The View and other numerous daytime talk shows and publications.

Before coming to NYC in 1996, Danielle wrote and produced for the nationally syndicated entertainment show Hard Copy, covering the OJ Simpson case in it's entirety and breaking stories with fellow reporters and producers. She was a ghost-writer for Saban Entertainment's hit series Power Rangers, and news desk beat reporter for KTTV-TV News in Los Angeles, where she began her career.

Following the still-unsolved murder of her mother, Gail Parker, in Tucson in 1993, Danielle emerged as an articulate spokesperson for victims and their families. She was responsible for singlehandedly changing the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission?s Crime Victim Compensation Program Rules, which has resulted in thousands of “secondary victims” receiving full benefits and assistance by the State. She has spoken about her own case and others on many radio, Internet and television programs, including America's Most Wanted.

Blog Entries by Danielle Parker

"Super Tuesday" Isn't Super for a 19-Year-Old Cold Murder Case

0 Comments | Posted March 6, 2012 | g:i A

$100,000 Reward for 19-Year-Old Cold Case Prosecution

Today is officially "Super Tuesday" in the states that are voting in the GOP Presidential primaries. But for me, there is nothing "Super" about the date that changed my life forever.

On March 6, 1993, my beautiful mother, Gail Renee Parker, was...

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The Grammy Awards From a "Glamorous Reporter's Perspective"

0 Comments | Posted February 14, 2011 | g:i A

It is 9 a.m. post-Grammy day and I cannot get out of bed. Getting to sleep at 3 a.m. doesn't help. However, I am thinking about all of last night's festivities in great detail. Covering the red carpet behind the more famous reporters from "ET," "Access Hollywood," "Extra" and "The...

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The Most Wonderful Time of The Year... Unless You Are Grieving

0 Comments | Posted December 2, 2010 | g:i A

As a journalist, I have rarely ever been at a loss for words. However, this year I have been agonizing about how to put a simple article together. Why, you may ask? Four weeks ago, I lost my best friend, and closest confidant, to cancer. At the request of the...

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Mad Men Part 2: Helping Our 9/11 First Responders

0 Comments | Posted September 13, 2010 | g:i A

In my story entitled "Mad Men: A Congress Out of Control" (8/10/10), I promised to provide information on how the public can help our first responders pass the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act of 2010" or HR 847. This bill would provide medical and economic assistance to the...

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Cordoba Mosque = The Conquest of Lower Manhattan From a Crime Victims Perspective

0 Comments | Posted August 23, 2010 | g:i A

The Cordoba Initiative and Park51, the amended title of the Cordoba Mosque project at Ground Zero, is inflaming public opinion like no other issue in recent history ... and rightfully so. For the people who lost loved ones in the World Trade Center attacks, the wound may just have been...

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Mad Men: A Congress Out of Control

0 Comments | Posted August 10, 2010 | g:i A

Before July 30, 2010, I sincerely thought I had seen it all when it came to political posturing and obstructionism. But on this special day, after almost nine years of backroom discussions between the 9/11 first responders, attorneys and the representatives of the House and Senate ... partisan politics hit...

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