Brady Renard

Brady Renard

Sports Director

Brady Renard joined the KPLC Sports team in July 2015 from KTVE 10 in Monroe, Louisiana, where he worked as the weekend sports anchor for three years. He's covered sports on all levels, including Super Bowls, LHSAA championships, NCAA bowl games, as well as spotlighting local athletes. He graduated from Northwestern State with a B.A. in Journalism. While attending NSU, Brady served as sports anchor/reporter/director/producer/photographer for the school's weekly newscast, NSU News. He also was the play-by-play announcer for NSU-TV's coverage of Demon sports. Brady loves giving back to the community as he volunteered his time at local animal shelters while in school and is a Kappa Alpha Order alumnus. He's Louisiana through and through! Raised in nearly every part of Louisiana there is very little he doesn't know/love about the boot. He loves covering McNeese State and the high schools across SWLA. In June 2016, Brady committed matrimony with his colleague, KPLC anchor Jillian Corder.  She's agreed to let him keep his last name for on-air purposes.


  • Northwestern State, B.A. in Journalism

Recent Articles by Brady

MLB players Wade LeBlanc and Jace Peterson raise funds for Hurricane Laura relief in hometown

NFL receiver Trey Quinn starts GoFundMe to help hometown after Hurricane Laura

Southwest Louisiana man creates hay bale barrier to protect home from Hurricane Laura

LHSAA’s Eddie Bonine introduces ‘ambitious’ plan for 2020 football season

Astros’ ace Verlander disputes report that he’ll miss remainder of the season

Frank Wilson considered return to LSU before taking McNeese job

National analysts project the Saints picks a week out from the NFL Draft

MARSH MADNESS: Alexandria, Port Allen and Pleasant Hill win state titles on championship Friday

McNeese falls at home to Sam Houston State, 28-17

McNeese preparing for opener with Southern

UL Lafayette hires Sam Houston State’s Matt Deggs as its head baseball coach

Remembering Tony Robichaux

Barbe’s Cecchini named National High School Baseball Coach of the Year

Amite beats Welsh in 2A title game, 47-20