Josh Frigerio is a digital journalist and multimedia content producer with nearly 10 years of proven experience in TV news, digital, and social media content.
From broadcast to digital, working on the assignment desk to managing the day-to-day news on the station’s digital platforms, to producing social media and on-air segments, Josh’s experience, and skillset crosses multiple sections and day parts of the modern TV newsroom.
Josh often coordinates, shoots, edits, produces and writes his own stories — video, print, online, and social — for multiple platforms, including TV broadcast, digital, and mobile.
He is currently the digital content manager at WOFL-TV FOX 35 Orlando, helping to lead and optimize the station’s digital content, mobile, and social strategies.
Before that, he was a digital multimedia journalist at KNXV-TV ABC15 Arizona in Phoenix, where he launched and led the station’s “Things To Do” / features digital beat, focused on highlighting the Valley’s growing bar and restaurant scenes, must try dishes and desserts, community events and festivals, and iconic destinations around Phoenix and the state, generating millions of page views over the years.
During the 2020 pandemic, Josh helped launch the station’s “We’re Open, Arizona” franchise highlighting how local businesses and restaurants were navigating pandemic-related changes. For this, Josh interviewed, produced, and edited broadcast and digital stories from the comfort of his apartment.
He joined ABC15 as a web producer in 2013, became a Real Time Editor (a hybrid of web producer and assignment desk roles) shortly after, and originated the “Things To Do” beat in 2016.
Before that, Josh was an online editor and digital multimedia journalist for Omaha.com and the Omaha World-Herald, once Warren Buffett’s flagship — and hometown — newspaper.
Josh grew up in Oakland County, Michigan, part of the Detroit metro. He attended Lakeland High School. In 2011, Josh eagerly graduated in three years from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.