Bill Snyder

Bill Snyder


Biloxi, MS

A familiar face has returned to WLOX as Bill Snyder rejoins the team as one of our Multi-Media Journalists.

The Biloxi native worked for two years at WAPT in Jackson before his first stint with WLOX, which included a two-year run as the station's capital reporter from 1994-96. From there, Bill moved back to the Coast and worked alongside A.J. Giardina as a weekend sports anchor. Bill was also part of the Edward R. Murrow Award-winning coverage of Hurricane Katrina's arrival and aftermath along the Coast.

In late 2005, he left the world of television and worked as public relations coordinator and sports information director at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College for nine years. During that time, you may have seen Bill anchoring the college's award-winning football coaches show "Bulldog Blitz," which aired on WLOX.

In recent years, you probably saw Bill working at Mississippi Power events when he worked for the utility company for a little more for three years. On Friday nights each fall, you likely heard him broadcast Biloxi Indian football games.

Bill is an MGCCC and Southern Miss alum and recently married fellow Golden Eagle Paula Delcambre. Paula and Bill's two children, Colin and Caroline, can all tell you his passion comes out during football season, when every four days in the fall his beloved MGCCC Bulldogs, Biloxi Indians, Golden Eagles and Saints take to the gridiron.

For now, he’s back home, working to bring you the news for South Mississippi.

Recent Articles by Bill

  Close calls for South Mississippi in 2020 hurricane season

  All aboard the new Amtrak passenger platform in Picayune

  Giving back: Coast LEOs make hurricane relief trip to Orange Beach

  Absentee voting begins in Mississippi

  Boat owners weary of storm trips to and from harbors

  Some stay, some go in Hancock County ahead of Hurricane Sally

  Keesler’s Fishbowl aimed at gamers, community bonding

  Anglers ready to reel in the big one during the Biloxi Kingfish Mayhem

Bay-Waveland schools open “better late than never” during pandemic

  New Woolmarket boat launch gets plenty of use over Labor Day weekend

Gulf Coast Rifle & Pistol Club aiming to attract public guests

  Halter Marine, MGCCC team up to mold apprentices into shipbuilders

  Local Habitat for Humanity chapter built to evolve during pandemic

  Hurricane Katrina remembered 15 years later

  Food distribution keeps those in need from going hungry

  Mississippi Power storm team headed to Louisiana

  South Mississippi residents count their blessings after Hurricane Laura

  Creekbend Elementary/Middle School begins to take shape

  ‘Hurricane Hole’ harbors big boats from storm threats

  Hancock County stays vigilant as threat of storms continue this week

  DMR hopes oyster cultch yields seafood dividends

  From the Coast to Connecticut: Eight dogs ready to find forever homes in the northeast

  Ocean Springs drivers, businesses call CSX rail crossings ’a pain in the butt'

  Biloxi Dog Park users make facility their pet project

  Deep-cleaning business started, and sees continued success, due to COVID-19

  Gulfport High School football & robotics collaborate on COVID-19 face shields

Coastal Family Health dedicates mobile van to Greg Wilson

  Practice makes almost perfect for drive-thru COVID testing

  Hiring expo gives hope to job seekers

  Despite limitations, Ship Island still a popular recreation draw