Nick Gremillion has worked as a digital journalist for five years in south Louisiana.
Nick is a native of Covington, Louisiana and took video production courses at Covington High School.
He is a graduate of Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, where he majored in Mass Communications-Broadcast Journalism and minored in creative writing. Nick managed Nicholls’ student-ran radio station 91.5 FM KNSU for two years.
While attending Nicholls, he got his start in digital journalism while interning for 89.9 FM WWNO in New Orleans. As an intern he covered the Thiboduax/Houma area for WWNO.
He also produced two segments for the nationally syndicated financial radio program Marketplace during his internship WWNO.
He got his first job in news in 2013 at WVLA/WGMB-TV in Baton Rouge where he worked as a digital content producer and digital content manager.
In 2015 he began working at KLFY-TV in Lafayette where he worked as a digital media manager.
Nick joined the WAFB team in 2017 as a Digital Storybuilder. He currently works with WAFB’s talented team of anchors, reporters, and producers to enhance WAFB’s digital content. The position allows Nick to be both in the field and in the newsroom.
Nick also manages the Outdoors content on WAFB’s TheLouisianaWeekend.com. This is what he enjoys doing most.
He looks forward to telling the stories of outdoor enthusiasts in the Baton Rouge area and beyond.
The Capital Area Transit System (CATS) will temporarily restructure its daily fixed-route service beginning Sunday, April 5 in response to the ongoing Stay at Home order from Governor John Bel Edwards.
Former LSU national championship and Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Joe Burrow tweeted a video Wednesday, March 25 urging people to heed the advice of federal, state, and local governments to stay inside and self-quarantine during the COVID-19.
The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Baton Rouge will be distributing 500 “Club-on-the-Geaux” backpacks with supplies and fun activities for Club members to do to stay busy during their time out of school.
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards sent a letter to President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence Wednesday, March 18 requesting temporary changes to several federal programs in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Commissioner Jim Donelon issued Emergency Rule 36 to address the statewide public health emergency by Governor Edwards declared to exist in the state of Louisiana as the result of the imminent threat posed to Louisiana citizens by COVID-19.