Judd Hambrick

Judd Hambrick

About Judd Hambrick

Judd Hambrick (born September 25, 1945, in Tulsa, Oklahoma) is an American former Emmy-award winning television newscaster/reporter. Hambrick grew up in Mount Pleasant, Texas. Hambrick started his career in radio in 1961 while still a sophomore in high school. After graduation from Mount Vernon High School in Mount Vernon, Texas in 1963, Hambrick attended the University of Texas at Austin, where he obtained his degree in journalism in 1967. He then got his start in television at KTBC-TV in Austin. Later on, by 1972 Hambrick had moved on to WCAU-TV in Philadelphia and served as co-anchor of their evening news programs with John Facenda, better known outside of Philadelphia as the 'voice' of NFL Films. Hambrick's stay at WCAU lasted only one year.

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