Bryant Reed joined WECT to start the new year in January 2019 as a multimedia journalist.
Bryant graduated from UNC Pembroke in 2018 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Spanish. While in school he worked on the student-run TV newscast, Carolina News Today, as a reporter, anchor, and producer.
He also worked as a color commentator for Braves athletics for a few years before graduating.
In 2016, Bryant had the opportunity of a lifetime to intern with NBC at the Olympics in Brazil.
Born and raised in Charlotte, NC he is looking forward to making Wilmington his next home. Bryant has a few family members already in the media so journalism runs in his blood!
You’ll always be able to find him out with friends and taking in all the city has to offer. If you have any story ideas, don’t hesitate to reach out! Email Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org or find him on twitter @BReedWECT6 or Facebook at Bryant Reed WECT.
The rise in coronavirus cases has school systems across the Cape Fear starting their semesters with remote learning. But students will be in back in classrooms one day, and Cape Fear Communities in Schools wants them to be prepared when they do.
Students won’t be in the classroom to start the school year in Brunswick County but could their classes be at your business? Brunswick County Schools is reaching out to business owners who have internet connectivity that could help students without a reliable WiFi connection.
It’s been just over two weeks since two Confederate statues in downtown Wilmington were taken down. But for families who trace their heritage back to times of slavery, they say it’s a weight off their shoulders.
Several dozen community and business leaders took part in the forum led by Mayor Saffo and City Councilman Kevin Spears. In the time of tough conversations, councilman spears says this is the first many necessary conversations.