Assistant News Director
Josh grew up practically embedded in broadcasting. His father, Kevin, was broadcast over South Louisiana's radio airwaves for nearly 40 years. A native of Baton Rouge, Josh got his start in journalism at WAFB-TV in his hometown. After 12 years in the red stick, he set out to broaden his horizons, and got a job with Hawaii News Now as their executive producer. After four years, he and his wife wanted to be closer to family, so they moved back to SEC country: Columbia, South Carolina.
Josh and his wife Laura are big Cubs fans, as evidenced by their dog, Wrigley. They try to get to Chicago at least once a year for a game.