D’mon Reynolds was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA. He graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Broadcast-Journalism and African-American studies.
He got his start in the professional world at ESPN where he served as a production assistant. Although this didn’t land him directly on-air, he credits this experience for shaping his understanding of the business.
In 2018, D’mon also worked at Turner Sports as a social media coordinator in Atlanta, GA. Later, he landed in Richmond, VA. where he served as a co-host for “On The Mic with Mike” radio show. In addition, he also produced and hosted a faith-based show “What The World Needs” for PTWWN-TV. He also hosted “Chopping It Up at Stumps” which aired on CW Richmond.
In 2021, D’mon landed a job at WFXR news in Roanoke, Va. This was his first news station where he learned what it takes to be a journalist. He reported on some of the tougher stories such as the Covington Farm and Fuel gas station shooting that led to the death of a police officer. His most impactful stories he believes are the ones that give a voice to the voiceless.
D’mon sees the media as a powerful conduit for informing and serving the world. His greatest purpose is to be a positive light In the lives of others.