Need more? Try out  Advanced Search (20+ criteria)»

logo

Last Update

This profile was last updated on 5/10/2017 and contains contributions from the  Zoominfo Community.

is this you? Claim your profile.

Wrong Dee Jackson?

Dee Jackson Jackson

Sports Reporter

KHBS/KHOG

HQ Phone:  (479) 631-4029

GET ZOOMINFO GROW

+ Get 10 Free Contacts a Month

Please agree to the terms and conditions.

I agree to the  Terms of Service and  Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Grow at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

THANK YOU FOR DOWNLOADING!

computers
  • 1.Download
    ZoomInfo Grow
    v sign
  • 2.Run Installation
    Wizard
  • 3.Check your inbox to
    Sign in to ZoomInfo Grow

I agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. I understand that I will receive a subscription to ZoomInfo Community Edition at no charge in exchange for downloading and installing the ZoomInfo Contact Contributor utility which, among other features, involves sharing my business contacts as well as headers and signature blocks from emails that I receive.

KHBS/KHOG

2809 Ajax Avenue Suite 200

Rogers, Arkansas,72758

United States

Company Description

Get the top Fort Smith and Fayetteville news of the day. With live, local coverage and the latest weather, KHBS/KHOG gives you more of what you want. ... more

Find other employees at this company (27)

Web References(57 Total References)


Dee Jackson

lornadave.com [cached]

Dee Jackson
Dee Jackson Dee Jackson is from Kansas City and has always had a passion for sports! A graduate of Lincoln Prep, Dee set several school and state records on the baseball diamond. Jackson went on to become one of the most decorated television personalities in the state of Alabama, serving as Sports Director/Anchor for the Alabama News Network in Montgomery, providing nightly content for the ABC, CBS and FOX affiliates. Dee has been recognized by the Associated Press multiple times, winning awards for Best Sports Story, Best Sports Feature and Best Sports Anchor. Dee has had the distinction of covering four consecutive BCS National Championship games. Before working a the Alabama News Network, Dee was a Sports Anchor/Reporter for College Sports Southeast, a 24 hour regional sports network in Birmingham, and has served as a Sports Reporter at KHBS/KHOG in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Dee and his wife Tracy have three children, Trezmond, Brittany, and Jordan. In his spare time, Dee enjoys coaching youth baseball as a part of Major League Baseball's RBI Program and listening to live music! (Not at the same time).


www.kshb.com

Dee Jackson - Sports Reporter
A graduate of Lincoln Prep, Dee set several school and state records on the baseball diamond. Jackson went on to become one of the most decorated television personalities in the state of Alabama, serving as Sports Director/Anchor for the Alabama News Network in Montgomery, providing nightly content for the ABC, CBS and FOX affiliates. Dee has been recognized by the Associated Press multiple times, winning awards for Best Sports Story, Best Sports Feature and Best Sports Anchor. Dee has had the distinction of covering four consecutive BCS National Championship games, and hopes to be the lucky charm for the Chiefs and Royals. Before working a the Alabama News Network, Dee was a Sports Anchor/Reporter for College Sports Southeast, a 24 hour regional sports network in Birmingham, and has served as a Sports Reporter at KHBS/KHOG in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Dee and his wife Tracy have three children, Trezmond, Brittany, and Jordan. In his spare time, he enjoys coaching youth baseball as a part of Major League Baseball's RBI Program and listening to live music! (Not at the same time). Got a story a great idea for a story, a slammin' cover band, or just want to say hi, Dee would love to hear from you.


www.kshb.com

Flood Warning issued April 28 at 9:59AM CDT expiring May 2 at 6:08PM CDT in effect for: Jackson, Lafayette, Ray
Flood Warning issued April 28 at 9:59AM CDT expiring May 3 at 5:00AM CDT in effect for: Carroll, Lafayette, Saline Flood Warning issued April 28 at 9:59AM CDT expiring May 2 at 8:30AM CDT in effect for: Andrew, Buchanan Flood Warning issued April 28 at 9:59AM CDT expiring May 2 at 4:00PM CDT in effect for: Chariton, Howard, Saline Flood Warning issued May 1 at 10:07AM CDT expiring May 3 at 7:00PM CDT in effect for: Buchanan, Platte Flood Warning issued April 28 at 9:59AM CDT expiring May 2 at 5:00AM CDT in effect for: Clay, Jackson, Ray Dee Jackson - Sports Reporter A graduate of Lincoln Prep, Dee set several school and state records on the baseball diamond. Jackson went on to become one of the most decorated television personalities in the state of Alabama, serving as Sports Director/Anchor for the Alabama News Network in Montgomery, providing nightly content for the ABC, CBS and FOX affiliates. Dee has been recognized by the Associated Press multiple times, winning awards for Best Sports Story, Best Sports Feature and Best Sports Anchor. Dee has had the distinction of covering four consecutive BCS National Championship games, and hopes to be the lucky charm for the Chiefs and Royals. Before working a the Alabama News Network, Dee was a Sports Anchor/Reporter for College Sports Southeast, a 24 hour regional sports network in Birmingham, and has served as a Sports Reporter at KHBS/KHOG in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Dee and his wife Tracy have three children, Trezmond, Brittany, and Jordan. In his spare time, he enjoys coaching youth baseball as a part of Major League Baseball's RBI Program and listening to live music! (Not at the same time). Got a story a great idea for a story, a slammin' cover band, or just want to say hi, Dee would love to hear from you.


www.birdies4autism.org

Award Ceremony hosted by Dee Jackson
Sports Director Dee Jackson returns to CBS 8 as captain of The 8 Team. Now in his second tour of duty here, Dee worked as a sports reporter/anchor for Metro Sports/KCTV in Kansas City, where he covered his hometown Royals and Chiefs on a daily basis. A gradute of Alabama A&M in Huntsville, Dee played baseball for the Bulldogs and somehow manged to survive college graduating with honors. Jackson has been recognized by the Associated Press multiple times, winning awards for Best Sports Story, Best Sports Feature and Best Sports Anchor. Before coming to CBS 8 in February 2002, Dee was a sports anchor/reporter for College Sports Southeast, a 24-hour regional sports network in Birmingham and has served as a sports reporter at KHBS/KHOG in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Never one to turn down a speaking engagement, Dee serves as emcee during the annual Tide And Tiger Night, which benefits the American Red Cross, and is a regular guest on several sports talk radio and syndicated television programs. He has also tried his hand as a college professor teaching sports broadcasting at Troy University.


www.waka.com

Dee Jackson
Sports Director Email Dee Jackson Sports Director Dee Jackson is now in his second tour of duty here, Dee worked as a sports reporter/anchor for Metro Sports/KCTV in Kansas City, where he covered his hometown Royals and Chiefs on a daily basis. A gradute of Alabama A&M in Huntsville, Dee played baseball for the Bulldogs and somehow managed to survive college graduating with honors. Jackson has been recognized by the Associated Press multiple times, winning awards for Best Sports Story, Best Sports Feature and Best Sports Anchor. Since moving back to Montgomery, Dee has been named as "One of the River Region's Brightest" by one local publication, and voted as one of the top 50 Most Influential individuals by Spotlight Magazine. Before coming to CBS 8 in February 2002, Dee was a sports anchor/reporter for College Sports Southeast, a 24-hour regional sports network in Birmingham, and has served as a sports reporter at KHBS/KHOG in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Dee serves as emcee during the annual "Tide And Tiger Night", which benefits the American Red Cross, as well as Birdies for Autism, and is a regular guest on several sports talk radio and syndicated television programs airing across the nation. His annual summer camp gives kids of all ages a glimpse into the world of Sportscasting; Jackson has also tried his hand as a college professor teaching sports broadcasting at Troy University.


Similar Profiles

city

Browse ZoomInfo's Business
Contact Directory by City

city

Browse ZoomInfo's
Business People Directory

city

Browse ZoomInfo's
Advanced Company Directory