Josh Carter

Josh Carter

Digital Content Producer

Jackson, MS

Josh Carter is one of the newest members of the Digital Content Team at WLBT and FOX40 News. He is responsible for writing articles, editing videos and reaching out to viewers through all social media platforms. Before becoming a part of the digital content team, Josh worked as an Associate Producer for both WLBT and FOX40. He is a graduate of Mississippi College with a major in Communications with an emphasis in Journalism. At Mississippi College, Josh served as Assistant Editor of his college paper, The Collegian.

Things that Josh likes: commas, all forms of pie, a good sweatshirt.

Things that Josh does not like: semi-colons, basic math, when people pronounce the word salmon like sal-mon.

Recent Articles by Josh

Poll: More people think Donald Trump will win the presidential debates

Dr. Birx: If it’s safe to go into Starbucks in Mississippi, it’s safe to wait in line at the polls

Flag Commission selects top 5 designs; final vote scheduled for September

Flag Commission: Mosquito Flag chosen by mistake, now removed from consideration

A&E loses 49% of its audience after canceling ‘Live PD’

Giant catfish caught in Mississippi River during Memorial Day fishing tournament

‘What do y’all not understand?’: Miss. nurse makes emotional plea to take the coronavirus seriously

‘We ask for your prayers’: Mother and her 6 children killed in Clinton, Miss. house fire

Police: Homeless man stabbed to death inside Mississippi church

680 people detained in largest single-state worksite enforcement operation in nation’s history

Coroner: Mississippi man mauled to death by bull

Morgan Freeman converts his Mississippi ranch into a honeybee sanctuary

Home of Medgar Evers to become national monument

Leukemia survivor achieves dream, becomes United States Marine

Giant sword-wielding Trump statue paraded through Italian town

Mississippi bill banning abortions once fetal heartbeat is detected advances

22-year-old arrested, charged after pastor gunned down Sunday morning