Karla Redditte is the anchor for NBC12 News at 5, 5:30, 6, and 11. She is a native of Memphis, Tennessee who received her undergraduate degree from Loyola University in New Orleans and a graduate degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
She previously worked in Biloxi, MS, Savannah, GA, and Huntsville, AL before heading to NBC12 in September 2012. Karla is an avid world traveler and community volunteer. She is also a member of several organizations, including the National Association of Black Journalists and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
2018 NABJ Salute to Excellence finalist in Long Form Feature Reporting
2018 NCCB Emmy Finalist for Historical/Cultural Program Feature
2018 Edward R. Murrow Award
2018 George Peabody Award
2018 Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Award
2016 Emerge Foundation Speaker Recognition Award
2015 Community STAR Award
2015 ICCS Hall of Fame - Role Model for Women
Loyola University in New Orleans, B.A. Communications
University of Missouri-Columbia, M.A. Broadcast Journalism
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