Where Are They Now?


Cameron Harper

Cameron is an Emmy award-winning journalist who thrives on the chase of a good story. He has traveled the nation and the world, reporting from more than two dozen countries on four continents, a nuclear submarine deep in the ocean and even the site of a meteor crater.

Cameron’s broadcast career began at a small radio station in Florida while he was in high school. Before moving to Memphis, he spent almost a decade as an investigative reporter in Phoenix, Arizona. He has also anchored the news at CBS and ABC television stations in Dallas and San Francisco.

He has been awarded twelve Emmys for his writing reporting and anchor work. One of his proudest achievements is his reporting in a documentary exposing the resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan, which won a National Emmy and other prestigious industry awards.
Cameron was also honored with international recognition for a compelling documentary about the plight of Romanian orphans and his “Thursday’s Child” series helped find adoptive homes for dozens of special needs children.

In Memphis, he is active in the Downtown Rotary Club and a participant in Leadership Memphis. Cameron believes in using his anchor position to help people. In fact, he organized and promoted the first ever Celebrity Putt Putt Golf Tournament raising thousands of dollars for the Ronald McDonald House of Memphis. It is now an annual event in the spring.

Cameron is a pilot, a SCUBA diver, an avid tennis player and loves great cooking. His wife, D.Ann is a radio and television voiceover announcer. They share their home with a big yellow Labrador Retriever named Barkley.