Danielle Campbell is an Emmy-winning reporter and fill-in anchor for News 12 Long Island.
A busy mother of four, Danielle Campbell started her career with a bang working for WNBC Radio in Manhattan.
It was there she truly learned the business by working with big time radio celebrities Howard Stern and Don Imus. After surviving the wrath of Howard and Imus, Danielle decided to focus her career on journalism.
As a radio reporter Danielle worked at almost every radio station on Long Island and reported for 4 years on 1010WINS in Manhattan as their Long Island Correspondent.
Danielle has been on the scene of many breaking and big time Long Island stories including the Fisher-Buttafuoco episode, the Avianca and TWA plane crashes, major murder trials including the Golub and Tankleff case, and the Katie Beers kidnapping. She also anchored News 12's coverage of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Danielle is no stranger to hurricanes, snowstorms and wildfires, during which she has reported live from the scene around the clock.
Born and raised on Long Island, Danielle is deeply concerned about the issues that face Long Islanders and feels truly blessed to be able to work and live here.