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Marcellina Ventura-Douglas

Marcellina Ventura-Douglas

Radio News Reporter

Marcellina Ventura-Douglas is the Radio News Reporter for WTJX-FM, 93.1. Born and raised on St. Croix, Ventura-Douglas graduated from the University of the Virgin Islands, where she received her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. While at UVI, she worked in the office of Senator Shawn-Michael Malone before beginning her career in radio. Ventura-Douglas fell in love with radio growing up, when she and her father would spend every morning and afternoon listening to local radio news legend, Alvin G. After leaving Senator Malone's office, she became the program director of Vivid Streaming. She then joined WTJX-TV, Channel 12 as a producer. Soon after, she was tapped to switch to WTJX-FM to present an evening news. She is passionate about bringing radio news to the Virgin Islands community through the WTJX NewsFeed, airing every weekday at 5:00pm on 93.1 FM and available online, on demand.

  • On today's WTJX NewsFeed, St. Thomas Humane Society Director, Michelle Robbins, responds to community outrage over recent layoffs and euthanasias. GERS Administrator, Angel Dawson, says bad investments are not the only contributing factors to the System’s shortfalls.
  • On today's WTJX NewsFeed, Deputy Fire Chief, Eustace Grant, talks about today’s structural fire on St. Thomas. 23-year-old Calvin Belle Jr. has turned himself into authorities. A 20-year-old St. Thomas man is gunned down.
  • On today's WTJX NewsFeed, 23-year-old Calvin Belle Jr. is wanted on St. Croix in connection to a violent knife attack. A recent CDC study reports the territory being among the lowest Long-Covid rates in the country.
  • On today's WTJX NewsFeed, Senator Franklin Johnson and Senator-at-Large Angel Bolques Jr. recently took a tour of the John A. Bell Adult Correctional Facility on St. Croix.
  • On today's WTJX NewsFeed, Department of Health officials are anticipating a possible dengue outbreak this year. Law enforcement officials say a lack of staffing and funds account for their department's shortfalls.
  • On today's WTJX NewsFeed, the Public Service Commission opens an investigation into Liberty Mobile amid customer complaints. A 25-year-old man is killed on the island of St. Croix. A lack of traffic citations by peace officers leave lawmakers with questions.
  • On today's WTJX NewsFeed, senators support legislation seeking to combat 'Revenge Porn' in the territory. The Public Service Commission denies the VI Waste Management Authority’s petition to reconsider their annual assessment.
  • On today's WTJX NewsFeed, FEMA Commits Nearly $1 Billion to Replace Roy Lester Schneider Hospital on St. Thomas. The Department of Education comes under scrutiny by lawmakers for high cost over project contracts.
  • On today's WTJX NewsFeed, the Biden-Harris Administration approves federal cost share increase for Hurricanes Irma and Maria disaster recovery projects in the territory. Former President Donald J. Trump wins the Virgin Islands Republican Caucus.
  • On today's WTJX NewsFeed, President Donald Trump appeals to Virgin Islands voters during today's Republican caucus. The Elections System of the Virgin Islands holds its first training for the Sixth Constitutional Convention.