Senior Reporter, FOX Carolina News
Arthur Mondale is senior reporter for FOX Carolina News.
He began his television news career as a reporter in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; followed by reporting positions in North Carolina (WNCT 9 and WXII 12), and South Florida (WPTV 5). In his most recent capacity, he served as the Two Americas beat reporter enterprising in-depth stories on intersectionality which aired on the platforms of affiliated sister stations.
Mondale also serves part-time in our nation’s capital within the D.C. Air National Guard. As a public affairs tactician, he’s documented contingency and humanitarian operations in the Middle East, West Africa, and Europe. He was also part of the 2003 invasion of Iraq and has also deployed in support of Operation Inherent Resolve and Spartan Shield.
Mondale graduated summa cum laude from Edinboro University with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism in 2006. In 2015, he completed a master’s degree in Political Science from East Stroudsburg University, and he’s currently completing a Master of Public Administration from West Chester University.
The Fun Stuff
Hobbies: I’ve completed three marathons and run daily for meditation and mindfulness. Another hobby is travel. I have a nomadic soul and relocation – both personally and professionally does wonders for one’s independence, determination and self-actualization. It keeps me purpose-driven.
My favorite movie: The Wiz. There’s a lot of messaging and themes surrounding non-monolithic Black experiences and perspectives. The urban fantasy also includes things I really like – loyal travel companions, fashion, a subway system, and New York City.
Other tidbits: I was lead singer of a cover boy band in college comprised of myself and five fraternity brothers. The personal highlight was being crowned, ‘Big Man on Campus’ my senior year. I’m also a minimalist. Clearing clutter makes space for a more intentional life.