Rudy Williams is the co-anchor of NBC 10's 5, 6 and 10 o'clock newscasts, all voted the best in all of Louisiana by the Associated Press 2 years straight. An award winning journalist, Rudy came to northeast Louisiana in 2008 to report during hurricanes Gustav and Ike.
Reporting on the stories that mean the most to you has taken Rudy to every corner of the Ark-La-Miss and Louisiana. He says a highlight of his time at NBC 10 was being on the streets of New Orleans reporting live when the Saints marched to victory on the night of the Super Bowl.
Rudy got his training in journalism as an undergraduate from Stillman College and the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. From there he went on to graduate studies at Jackson State University. But his work as a broadcaster began before he went to college.
WJXN radio is where Rudy started his media career as an announcer when he was just a junior in high school in Jackson, MS. Since then he's worked in print and broadcast journalism from Atlanta to New York, Chicago to Gary, IN and now the Ark-La-Miss.
With a strong commitment to giving back to the community, Rudy is dedicated to service work as a member of the Rotary Club. He's also a Life-Member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.
Keeping a pulse on the Ark-La-Miss is how Rudy keeps you informed on the stories that impact your life. If there's something he needs to know email him at email@example.com.