Jeremy Jackson first joined the WHNT News 19 team as a multimedia production assistant in September 2014 and was promoted to videojournalist soon after. In 2018 he worked as a photographer/editor for WGNO News, WHNT News 19’s sister station in New Orleans. There, he covered several severe weather events including Tropical Storm Gordon and Hurricanes Michael and Barry. He returned to WHNT News 19 in July of 2019. A Decatur native, he is excited to be back home working in the Tennessee Valley.

Jeremy is a graduate of the University of North Alabama where he earned a bachelor’s degree in film and digital media production.

Jeremy also has a passion for photography and in his spare time, can be found exploring the streets of Huntsville or hiking the trails of Monte Sano. He also loves weightlifting, rugby, axe throwing, and beach volleyball.

If you have any news tips, feel free to email him at and follow him on Twitter and Instagram @JeremyJacksonAL

Recent Articles
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    MADISON COUNTY, Ala. – It’s no secret that reading is important for young minds, so one Madison County School is taking a unique approach to getting books in students’ hands. WHNT News 19 photojournalist Jeremy Jackson met with a New Hope Elementary teacher and coach, Zach Brock who is blurring the lines between athletics and academics. Believe it or not, Coach Brock made this shot on the first try. The Reading Matters Initiative continues with a pep rally that will […]

  • Dr. Carl Davis is making sweet music at Decatur High School

    MORGAN COUNTY, Ala — “Overall one of the most popular people on this campus. Just does a tremendous job for us,” said Principal Dr. Johnny Berry of Dr. Carl Davis. Dr. Carl Davis is the choral music director at Decatur High School. Principal Berry credits Dr. Davis for this program’s success. “Our choral music department is one of our flagship programs,” Berry said. “With Dr. Davis there are things that have been outstanding for years with him on our campus. […]

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