She is just twelve years old and she is rocking  as a reporter. In the studio, we don’t call her Lindsley, we call her #babyreporter. So don’t be surprise if you see her covering communities events in town. Her next assignment is “Light Up Larchmont” and she will be in the field for the second time.  Lindsley is a live example  that at #thelocallive, age is not a limit. We treat you as a grown up and we push you to strive for the stars and conquer your dreams as a broadcast journalist.

Support us and help us foster the future journalists

Lindsley is a new face but her story is just one of the many successful stories, we keep in our heart. All our interns and volunteers have helped us to keep growing as a small community news show.  In exchange of their volunteer work, they have gained hands on experience in the world of broadcasting journalism.

Every time we get news about our interns launching jobs at TV Networks as MSNBC, ABC News, A&E, NY1, CBS, Fios or News12; we celebrate and feel full of joy.  We want to keep serving our community and we can only do it with your support.  You can help us  by spreading the word out about the importance of keeping alive your public access station.  You can help us by bringing us more interns and volunteers, or you can consider donating to our cause at

Learn about our internship and volunteer program and spread the word out!


Do you love tv? Do you want to learn how to be a reporter? What about editing  and producing? If that applies to you then, this  is the right place for you!

At The Local Live we work with students in middle and high school. We also work with college students and with TV enthusiasts. We only require dedication to learn and a passion for Local News.

For those who are interested you can apply for an internship or volunteer opportunity by sending an e-mail to Sheyla Navarro at