Brad Douglass

Brad Douglass

Professional Experience:
-Began broadcasting career at WDXI-AM in
Jackson as an on-air personality in 1983,
where I met future 7 Eyewitness News
colleague, Tom Britt. Spent 10 years in radio
at various stations in West Tennessee, most
notably WZDQ-FM in Jackson where I met
future 7 Eyewitness News colleague,
Gary Pickens. Began at WBBJ in April 1994.
First assignment-weekend weather anchor.
In 1996, the news department expanded and
I became a reporter/anchor for Live at 5
and Eyewitness News at 10. Recently, I
served as News Director in addition to being Anchor/Reporter. Currently, I am
serving as Anchor for 7 Eyewitness News at 5:30, 6 and 10.

Brad has helped co-host many telethons for the West Tennessee Cerebral Palsy
Center, The Circles of Hope telethon and the Children's Miracle Network

News Philosophy:
-It's our job as journalists to inform, educate, and in some cases, entertain our
viewers, but is ultimately up to the viewer to decide how they feel about issues
affecting them.
-Union University 1986, BA Communication Arts with an emphasis in radio and
television communications.
Place of Birth:
-Brownsville, Tenn. (Haywood County)


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