Reshad Hudson

Reshad Hudson joined our Washington, D.C., Bureau in November, 2020.   

He is a native of Alabama. Reshad came to Washington from Montgomery, AL, where he covered the Alabama capitol bureau for CBS 42, Birmingham, and Nexstar’s Alabama television stations.  Before that he was a Multimedia Journalist at WBRC, Birmingham, and WDHN, Dothan. 

During his career he has covered local, state, and national political leaders. He has also covered the removal of the speaker of the Alabama house, Alabama’s governor, and chief justice of the Alabama supreme court.

Reshad is a graduate of The University of Alabama, with degrees in broadcast journalism and political science. While in college Reshad was a member of The University of Alabama’s marching band, famously known as the Million Dollar Band. As a member of the band, Reshad got a front row seat to history, when the Crimson Tide won back-to-back national championships in New Orleans and Miami.

In his spare time, Reshad likes to travel, try new restaurants, and spend time with friends and family.

ad joined the team in March 2018 as a state capitol reporter. He will be based in Montgomery, where decisions are being made by lawmakers that could have an impact on your life. Reshad will report for Alabama Nexstar stations (CBS 42, WKRG, WRBL, WDHN, WHNT) He is a native of Alabaster, Alabama and he previously worked at WBRC as a Multimedia Journalist. Before that, he worked as a Multimedia Journalist at WDHN in Dothan, Alabama. During his career he has covered local, state and national political leaders. He has also covered the removal of a speaker of the house, governor and chief justice of the Alabama supreme court. 

Reshad is a graduate of The University of Alabama, with degrees in broadcast journalism and political science. While in college Reshad was a member of The University of Alabama’s marching band, famously known as the Million Dollar Band. As a member of the band, Reshad got an up-close seat to history, with the Crimson Tide going to back to back national championships in New Orleans and Miami. 

In his spare time, he likes to travel, try new restaurants and spend time with friends and family. 

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