Adam Bradshaw Obituary: How Did Adam Bradshaw Die? Wichita Falls News Director Cause of Death
How Did Adam Bradshaw Die? Wichita Falls News Director Cause of Death. Adam Bradshaw, KFDX/news KJTL’s director, died at the age of 62. “Our hearts are heavy tonight as we mourn the passing of our News Director Adam Bradshaw,” Texoma’s Homepage said in a condolence message. Thank you for your devotion and service to Texoma. Adam, you will be missed.”
How Did Adam Bradshaw Die? Wichita Falls News Director Cause of Death
Adam Bradshaw, the director of KFDX TV-3 and KJTL Fox 18, died at the age of 62. Although the cause of death for Adam Bradshaw has not yet been revealed.
KFDX posted a tribute to him with the words,
“It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved leader, our News Director Adam Bradshaw, 62. Adam came to KFDX and Texoma’s Fox in the Spring of 2018.”
“The Pride that Adam exemplified toward our tradition of excellence, both on-air and online, will forever be an inspiration to all of us. He loved the news business and was always available to share his wealth of information with a new generation of journalists.”
“Adam was an avid sports fan. His childhood hero was Walter Cronkite. Adam was not only our helmsman, he was our mentor and friend.”
Adam Bradshaw biography
Adam Bradshaw was the Texas-based news director who previously worked at Meredith Corporation, Hubbard Broadcasting, and Chris-Craft/United Television as the News Director of FOX 5 Vegas.
He was also a former Executive Producer at KVBC and Chris Craft Television’s Director of News Operations.
Adam P. Bradshaw was hired as the KFDX station’s news director in March 2018. Adam is an Emmy-winning journalist who has overseen newsrooms in New York and California.
Adam had spent the past ten years as a news director in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was inducted into the Nevada Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame there.
Adam was up in Central Illinois and began his broadcasting career at our Champaign-Urbana Nexstar station after graduating from Illinois State University in 1984. He began as a reporter and producer but quickly realized that news management was his true calling.