Symphonie Privett joined the WLBT team as an Anchor/Reporter in December 2017.
As a military brat with California roots, Symphonie grew up traveling across the country and overseas.
She graduated from Arkansas State University with a B.S. in Radio-Television.
In 2013, she began her career at KAIT as an Associate Producer for Good Morning Region 8 and later began working as an MMJ for KAIT's evening news shows; covering breaking news, local government, education, crime, and severe weather, among other beats.
During her time at KAIT, Symphonie won 2 Arkansas Associated Press Broadcasters awards on her pieces highlighting organ donation and a young Arkansas woman beating the odds, while living with a rare genetic disorder.
In 2015, Symphonie began anchoring KAIT’s morning news show Good Morning Region 8. When she's not on-air, Symphonie enjoys reading, cooking, exercising, and community outreach through speaking engagements.
Mary Kathryn Russell, a metro-area special education teacher, lost her son Cannon as a result of stillbirth after 37 weeks of pregnancy. She began a t-shirt fundraiser to purchase and donate a "cuddle cot", a device that can be placed under a crib and cools and preserves a baby's body.