Alix Bryan-Campos

Pronouns: She/They

Assistant Professor

Newsroom Director and Director of Capital News Service

(804) 446-1763

Temple Room 1145

Curriculum vitae



M.S. Multimedia Journalism, Virginia Commonwealth University
B.S. Political Science, Virginia Commonwealth University


  • Alix Bryan-Campos is a multimedia reporter with over 15 years professional experience covering Richmond and Central Virginia headline news, running social media accounts, field producing major news events, creating video for both news and business clients, managing analytics, editing content, and operating a drone. She has bylines in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, and WTVR CBS 6 -- and the Hermitage Panthianette, where it all began. Alix started teaching at the Robertson School as an adjunct in 2015 and was hired full-time in 2018. She is the club adviser for the Society of Professional Journalists, co-chair of the Accreditation and Assessment Committee, Dow Jones News Fund internship contact, and director of the Newsroom at VCU -- a collaborative production space between multiple classes at the School. She is the director of Capital News Service, a capstone course where students publish bylines with news organizations throughout Virginia.


  • MASC 203: Journalism Writing
  • MASC 303: Reporting for Print and Web
  • MASC 404: Specialized Project Reporting
  • MASC 475: VCU Capital News Service
  • MASC 492: Independent study: Focus on sports reporting, crime reporting, web and social media strategy, and newsroom support
  • MASC 642: Online Journalism I
  • MASC 643: Digital Management and Analytics
  • MASC 645: Visual Journalism 
  • MASC 648: Multiplatform Storytelling


  • Board of Virginia Pro-Chapter of Society of Professional Journalists
  • Investigative Reporters & Editors
  • NLGJA: The Association of LGBTQ+ Journalists
  • Statehouse Reporting University Network


  • Regional Edward R. Murrow: Innovation award for 360-video series
  • Emmy nomination: 11 p.m. newscast: Deadly Hot-Air Balloon Crash
  • Virginia Association of Broadcasters nomination: Best Website
  • Virginia Associated Press Broadcasters: Meritorious Website


Newsroom at VCU