Carl Prather

Carl Prather

Sports Anchor

For the last ten years Sports Director Carl Prather has called the Tennessee Valley home! National Championships, Iron Bowls, High School State Championships, and some of the best stories that capture the community of North Alabama, Carl enjoys looking for the next “story” daily.

Prior to moving to Huntsville, Carl began his broadcasting career six months after graduating Western Kentucky University as the Sports Director at Station WKAG -3 in Hopkinsville, KY.

In December, 2005 Carl received his Bachelor of Arts degree from WKU (Go Tops!), while working at the student run newscast on campus. And yes, he will sing his alma mater in the worse voice ever on command.

Carl completed two internships during his junior and senior summers during college, one at station WEAR in Pensacola, FL (Beach life was too good to pass up) and another in his hometown of Louisville, KY at WAVE-TV 3.

“I love people, and the people that make sports in this community so memorable year after year. I’m happy to call Huntsville home!”

Recent Articles by Carl

  Decatur native gives back to hometown

  SWAC Commissioner Prepares for Contingency Plans for Fall Athletics

  Area high school practices COVID-19 protocol

  Area county club remembers former owner, prepares for Spirit Tourney in ‘21

5 Panthers sign baseball scholarships

  UNA head coach battled COVID-19 in June

  Atlanta Braves pitcher / North Alabama native reflects on upcoming season

  Huntsville High School basketball faces new challenges

  Area boxing gym offers hope

  USA Volleyball Junior Tournament heads to Hunstville

  UNA maintains protocols for student-athletes

  Special signing day ceremony for area football standout

JPII signs collegiate scholarships

  Area high school football teams battle threat of COVID-19

  Lexington High School student-athlete test negative for COVID-19

  Area high school basketball prepared for pandemic in 2018

  How expensive is youth travel baseball?

  Talladega returns Sunday

  Trash Pandas host Rocket City Classic Wednesday

  NFL Hall of Famer recognizes essential workers

  Area high schools continue voluntary workouts amidst pandemic

  Bulldogs prepare for return amidst global pandemic

  Kayaks in high demand in north Alabama

  Tanner Burns adds to list of Major League prospects from north Alabama

  Muhammad ready to compete at Georgia State

  Justin Foscue continues MLB pipeline in north Alabama

  Foscue, Burns await MLB draft

  Area high schools return to conditioning programs during pandemic

  Tar Heels track athlete, Huntsville native prepares for upcoming season

  AAU teams face new summer basketball schedule