Hannah Campbell

Hannah Campbell

Multimedia journalist and reporter

Jonesboro, Arkansas

Hannah Campbell joins the KAIT 8 news team as a multimedia journalist and reporter.

Hannah is a former award-winning radio reporter for WQAH 105.7 Big Country in Hartselle, Alabama. She earned two Alabama Broadcasters Association Awards, including the "2020 Best in Broadcasting Small Market Reporter" and "2020 Best in Broadcasting Small Market Public Affairs" awards.

Hannah is a 2020 graduate from the University of North Alabama, located in Florence, Alabama. There she founded the "Lions Live!" newscast, where she served as an anchor, reporter, and executive producer. She was also the president of the National Broadcasting Society. At the University of North Alabama, she earned the "University Hall of Fame," "Mass Communication Academic Achievement," and "Most Outstanding Broadcasting Student" awards. While at the University of North Alabama, she interned at WAFF 48 News in Huntsville, Alabama.

Hannah began her broadcasting career in 2016 at Calhoun Educational Television, located at Calhoun Community College in her hometown of Decatur, Alabama. She worked as a work-study employee and founded the Calhoun Broadcasting and Photography Club.

In Hannah's free time, you can probably find her at a local coffee shop or wandering through Target.

Hannah is honored to be part of the Region 8 News team. You can reach Hannah by email at hannah.campbell@kait8.com.


Recent Articles by Hannah

  Jonesboro couple to appear on “The Wall” Monday night

  Teacher previously wary about vaccine now encourages others to take it

  Wynne Public Schools search for new superintendent

  Officials continue to investigate leads on who burned Poinsett County bridge

  The Arkansas Pet Savers (TAPS) saw a record number of rescues in 2020

  Fire department shares home heating safety tips

  Hope House Homeless Center needs your help

  Theater offers virtual field trips during pandemic

Chico’s not to reopen at Turtle Creek Mall

  Spike in COVID-19 cases leads to Northeast Arkansas buying mobile morgue

  New county judge says he’s ready to help his people

  Teachers, students excited to be back in school

  Reclamation House still going strong during pandemic

  Church celebrates new year by giving back to the community

  Trumann crime rate appears to be high; police chief says it’s a false narrative

  Accountant says to spend your stimulus check wisely

  Radio station adjusts annual Kwanzaa celebration for pandemic

  Music producer from Walnut Ridge has continued success even with pandemic

  Crittenden EMS under one year observation after court hearing dropped

  Music teacher gets extra creative during pandemic

School receives over $100,000 dollar grant to improve literacy

  Great Conjunction so rare it hasn’t occurred in almost 400 years

  Police hand out toys, turkeys during traffic stops

  A-State celebrates Fall graduates amidst the pandemic

  Businesses & school collect Christmas cards for healthcare workers, nursing home residents

  Police department hands out toys to kids while on patrol

  Students give back during holiday season

  Stepping Stone Sanctuary expands facility to house more people

  Band teams up with local restaurant to host Sunday Jam Toy Drive

Red Wolves fan reacts to new A-State coach hire