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Reporter

KMOV
One Memorial Drive
St. Louis, Missouri 63102
United States

Company Description: KMOV-TV is a subsidiary of Belo Corp., one of the nation's largest media companies with a diversified group of market-leading television, newspaper, cable and...   more
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Employment History

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Education

  • B.A. , political science
    University of Michigan
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STL Press Club Board Bios
www.stlpressclub.org, 16 Mar 2014 [cached]
JASMINE HUDA
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Jasmine Huda joined the KMOV-TV news team in 2010 as an anchor and reporter in her hometown of St. Louis.
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Jasmine has also held positions with National Public Radio and Fox News Channel, both in Washington D.C. She later moved to Springfield, MO, where she reported for KSPR-TV. Jasmine received the 2011 National Edward R. Murrow Award for the KMOV-TV documentary, "The State of Education. The same year, she won a Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for her piece, "Miracle Field," in the Video Sports Reporting category. Jasmine's other honors include a Mid-America Emmy for News Special, a Mid-America Emmy nomination for Feature News Reporting; "Best Female TV Personality" by ALIVE Magazine, "Best TV Newsperson" by St. Louis Magazine; and an Outstanding Media Award by the National Alliance on Mental Illness-NAMI St. Louis. Jasmine holds a B.A. in political science from the University of Michigan, where she reported for NPR member station WUOM-FM. Jasmine is a member of the Executive Leadership Team for the American Heart Association's "Go Red For Women" campaign in St. Louis.
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mattflener.posterous.com, 9 Mar 2010 [cached]
Jasmine Huda
HUDA’S BACK: Popular local television reporter Jasmine Huda is going to work for KMOV (Channel 4), sources said today.
Huda was at KSDK (Channel 5) from 2007 until last month when she left the station after failing to reach agreement on a new contract. Sources said Huda will start working at KMOV in a couple of weeks as a producer but will remain off the air until Aug. 1 because of a clause in her contract with KSDK. The clause stipulates that she can not work on air for another local station until then.
At that point, Channel 4 insiders say Huda, 31, will become a reporter, probably in the 10 p.m. time slot, and will also be a fill-in anchor.
Allan Cohen, general manager of KMOV, said he was pleased the station was able to negotiate a deal with Huda. He noted that she is not replacing anyone at the station and is an addition to the staff.
“We’re absolutely delighted that she’s decided to join our station,†Cohen said. “But she really made me feel old when I found out that she had been in the same high school class (Ladue High) as my daughter, Stacie.â€
via interact.stltoday.com
This is great to hear. Jasmine was one of my influences in high school. She and I competed in an event called "Radio Speaking" on the speech and debate circuit in St. Louis. She was and is a wonderful talent, and I am glad she's staying in St. Louis.
STL Press Club Board
www.stlpressclub.org, 16 Mar 2014 [cached]
Jasmine Huda
By Jasmine Huda ...
origin.ksdk.com, 3 Oct 2008 [cached]
By Jasmine Huda
Jasmine Huda ...
www.springfield33.com, 28 Mar 2007 [cached]
Jasmine Huda
Jasmine joined Springfield 33 in 2004 after spending three years working for National Public Radio and Fox News Channel in Washington, DC.
As a guest segment producer for Fox News Channel, Jasmine contributed to the network's coverage of the 2004 presidential election.Her field assignments included the New Hampshire Democratic primary, the 2004 G8 Summit and the Democratic National Convention in Boston.
Prior to joining Fox, Jasmine worked as an editorial assistant for NPR's Morning Edition after completing an internship with the evening newsmagazine, All Things Considered.Jasmine also spent several months with Internews, a non-governmental agency that trains reporters in developing countries.
Jasmine graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science.While attending college, she reported for WUOM, the NPR affiliate in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Originally from St. Louis, Jasmine is excited to report on local issues and live closer to her parents.She enjoys meeting different people in Springfield, and answering (usually with a laugh) the trademark St. Louis inquiry, "Where did you go to high school?"
When Jasmine isn't working, she enjoys overpriced lattes, cycling classes, and Sunday morning talk shows.
She welcomes your questions and comments at jhuda@springfield33.com.
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