Paul Dudley is the weekend morning anchor and a general assignment reporter at WWL-TV in New Orleans.
Dudley's broadcast career started in 2010, while he was attending California State University, San Bernardino. After graduation, Dudley began work for a cluster of radio stations, serving as a promotions director and on-air personality.
After more than six years in the San Bernardino/Riverside market, Dudley moved to Boston to pursue a Master's Degree at Boston University, as well as an opportunity to work at The Boston Globe. While at the Globe, Dudley's stories on high school baseball, field hockey and basketball were published in both the print edition and on the Globe’s website.
At Boston University, Dudley’s work earned him a regional Mark of Excellence Award and a national Mark of Excellence Finalist Award from the Society of Professional Journalists.
Dudley also worked as writer for Boston’s NBC affiliate, WHDH-TV, where he covered the Boston Marathon bombing trial, Boston's Olympic bid, Boston crime, weather and the 2016 Presidential election.
In January 2016, Dudley returned to California to work as a reporter and weekend anchor for KION News Channel 5/46. Dudley has covered many major stories including 2016’s historic El Nino winter, crime trends in Salinas and an oil leak at one of Monterey's most popular beaches. He joined the WWL-TV team in March 2018.
You can reach Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter at @Pauldudleynews.