Judd Hambrick Biography
Judd Hambrick is an American television newscaster and reporter. He started his career in radio in 1961 while still a sophomore in high school. After graduation from Mount Vernon High School in Mount Vernon, Texas in 1963, Hambrick attended the University of Texas at Austin, where he obtained his degree in journalism in 1967. He then got his start in television at KTBC-TV in Austin.
Judd Hambrick Age
Judd Hambrick was born on September 25, 1945, in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He is 73 years old as of 2018.
Judd Hambrick Family
Judd Hambrick was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, U.S. He is the brother of newscasters John Hambrick (deceased) and Mike Hambrick.
Judd Hambrick Married
Hambrick is married to his wife in Florence, Alabama.
Judd Hambrick Education
Judd attended sophomore in high school. He later graduated from Mount Vernon High School in Mount Vernon, Texas in 1963, Hambrick attended the University of Texas at Austin, where he obtained his degree in journalism in 1967.
Judd Hambrick Career
Hambrick began his radio career in 1961 while still a high school sophomore. Hambrick attended the University of Texas at Austin after graduating from Mount Vernon High School in Mount Vernon, Texas in 1963, where he graduated in journalism in 1967. He then started at KTBC-TV in Austin on television. Hambrick moved on to WCAU-TV in Philadelphia and later in 1972.
Hambrick then spent next several years away from television news anchoring, though he worked on several business news ventures with NBC through his own production company. An avid crossword puzzle expert, Hambrick also authored a series of books based on the board game Scrabble, titled Scrabble Brand Grams. Many of his puzzles have also been printed in sections of various newspapers across the United States.
Hambrick ended his self-imposed hiatus in 1992 when he joined KTUL-TV in Tulsa as an anchor. Not long after, Hambrick returned to Cleveland and to WKYC-TV, for one final anchoring stint from 1993 to 1999. During his career, he also worked in markets such as Memphis, Atlanta, and Honolulu.
Judd Hambrick News Reporter
Judd Hambrick is an American television newscaster and reporter. He started his career in radio in 1961 while still a sophomore in high school.
Judd Hambrick Named New KTUL News Anchor
Published: Nov 21, 2010
Judd Hambrick has been named to the KTUL-Channel 8 news anchor team. Dan Bates, the ABC-affiliated station’s president, and general manager said Hambrick joins the staff on Dec. 1 and will debut on the air in 45 to 60 days. A native of East Texas, Hambrick previously anchored newscasts in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Cleveland, Philadelphia, and Dallas. He has also earned numerous Emmy and Press Club
Awards and served on foreign assignments in the Mideast, Far East, and Southeast Asia. He replaces previous anchorman Steve Knight who has joined a Tulsa public relations firm. Wives of Banana, Mel of Z-104.5 Deliver Sons It was a double whammy Wednesday at radio station KMYZ (104.5FM) when the wives of morning drive hosts – Banana and Melin the Morning – gave birth to healthy baby boys.
A spokesman for the station, commonly known as Z-104.5, said Mel’s wife was scheduled to have labor induced Wednesday, and that Banana had agreed to take over the morning-show duties. “Then Banana’s wife went into labor, and we were scrambling to find someone to cover.”But Dave Michaels, the afternoon air personality, agreed to come in for the morning broadcast in addition to his own p.m. shift.
Jerry Van Dyke says substance abuse drove his daughter to suicide last weekend. Kelly Jean Van Dyke-Nance, 33, was found hanged Sunday in the North Hollywood home she shared with her husband of six months, actor Jack Nance, who played Pete in TV’s “Twin Peaks” and the title role in the cult film “Eraserhead.”Dustin Hoffman Used Buckley as Model for Hook Dustin Hoffman said he used William F. Buckley Jr. as a model for his Captain Hook character in the forthcoming movie “Hook.” “He’s bright and educated but there’s something scary there,” notes the actor in the Dec. 8 issue of USA Weekend. “… What interested me was the combination of violence and effeteness.”
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