Reed has anchored and produced the evening newscast since 2009. In a statement, he said his role at KFTA “allowed me to meet and interview some of the most interesting people in Northwest Arkansas, and serve dozens of non-profit organizations in the community that are near and dear to my heart.”
“I’ve worked with some of the most talented people in TV news, and will cherish the relationships I have been able to develop through this job,” Reed said. “Thank you for inviting me into your homes each night, and for trusting me to do the job I have loved so much.”
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