Allison Graves, Digital Producer

Allison Graves

Digital Producer

As the emerging platform producer, I’m considered a jack-of-all-trades, and a master of some. In my role, I help shepherd several digital projects including email newsletters and podcasts, and innovate video strategies. You’ll also see my byline on tampabay.com as I report on local stories that I hope pique your interest. I was a fact-checker for PolitiFact before this, keeping politicians honest, and later spearheaded MediaWise, a project aimed at teaching young students how to sort fact from fiction online. I spent almost two years appearing on Bay News 9 for PolitiFact, so I’m also a former TV personality, according to my mom. (You might have heard me on the radio for WUSF from time to time, too.) When I’m not working, you can find me at the St. Pete Saturday morning market, propagating plants and watching hours and hours of YouTube videos.

The best temperature to keep your home is 78 degrees, federal program says. Are they right?

What do you set your thermostat to? One federal program recommends setting it to 78 degrees. [Times file] Highlands Today
Based on the internet’s reaction, the answer is no. But we want to hear your thoughts.

How to listen to the ‘Tampa Bay Times’ flash briefing

Use your Alexa device to listen to news from the 'Tampa Bay Times.' (AP Photo/Mike Stewart)
Set up a short overview of top local news stories on Amazon’s Alexa voice-activated virtual assistant.

Getting tons of robocalls, Tampa Bay? You’re not alone. Florida ranks as a Top 10 state.

Stock photo courtesy of Shutterstock.
Robocalls more than doubled since 2016, according to one industry estimate.

Moffitt Cancer Center security chief: Robocalls target patients by faking they are from hospital

Moffitt Chief Security Officer Dave Summitt testifies to Congress about robocalls. (YouTube screenshot)
“They are extracting information that can be detrimental to those patients."

Seven things to know about the texting while driving ban headed to Ron DeSantis’ desk

Drivers checking their phones while stopped at a red light heading south on 4th Street N at the 22th Avenue intersection in St. Petersburg in 2013. [Dirk Shadd | Times]
State legislators are looking to limit your ability to text while driving, but what does that actually mean?