Briseida Holguin

Briseida Holguin

Multimedia Journalist

Memphis, TN

Briseida Holguin joined the WMC Action News 5 team in April 2020 as a multimedia journalist.

She is new to the Mid-South and hopes to explore the many wonders of this region.

Briseida comes from the Pacific Northwest, she was a bilingual multimedia journalist and fill-in anchor for NBC Right Now and Telemundo Yakima Tri-Cities in Yakima, Washington. During her time there she covered a number of topics such as: education, local politics, agriculture, severe weather and much more.

Before moving to Washington state Briseida was a traffic producer/news assistant for ABC7 in Los Angeles, California.

Briseida is originally from Los Angeles, CA. She graduated from California State University Northridge with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Spanish Language Journalism.

In her free time, Briseida likes to be outdoors, travel (mainly to beach destinations), try out new restaurant and bars. Feel free to reach out to her on social media with any suggestions.

Watch Briseida on WMC Action News 5 weekdays at 5 and 6 p.m.


Recent Articles by Briseida

  New bill would pull funding from Tennessee schools that don’t return to the classroom

  Memphis leaders hope to tackle violence in 2021

  1968 sanitation strike member honored in virtual MLK celebration

  ‘Stop it, stop the gun violence’: Family of 14-year-old shot and killed speaks up

  Fewer people in Black community getting COVID-19 vaccine in Mississippi

  MSDH says all vaccines are accounted for

  SCHD says the county is past the COVID-19 holiday surge

  SCHD to resume COVID-19 vaccinations Tuesday

  Homeless fear shelters because of COVID-19

  Arkansas hopes to speed up vaccinations with changes to plan, help from pharmacies

  Teachers waiting to get vaccinated in Shelby County

  Tipton County teachers will begin getting the COVID vaccine

  Shelby County Health officials ask everyone to finish the year strong

  SCHD opens up vaccinations to funeral and mortuary workers

  Flu activity down significantly as COVID-19 rages

  Mississippi lawmakers die due to COVID-19, family and friends urge everyone to take it seriously

  Shelby County first responders encourage Memphians to get vaccine when available

  Will Shelby County see another surge of COVID-19 cases after the Christmas holiday?

  FBI leading investigation on Nashville explosion

  Tennessee first responders now receiving COVID-19 vaccines

  More than 30,000 Tennesseans have received the COVID-19 vaccine

  Restaurants feel singled out for something they have no control over in new directive

  Tennessee Democrats express disappointment in Gov. Lee for not issuing statewide mask mandate

  Police looking for suspects in Gibson’s Donuts robbery

  Memphis VA Medical Center employees get COVID-19 vaccine

  SCS superintendent says lack of masks, loose restrictions are to blame for delayed reopening

  Baptist Memorial Memphis workers stepping up to save Christmas for COVID-19 patients

  Emotional moment for Arkansas health care workers as they receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine

  Judge reduces Carl Hayes bond, believes plaintiff has a strong case

  Memphis civil rights organizations oppose bill allowing use of deadly force