Patrick Lloyd

Patrick Lloyd

Video journalist

Patrick Lloyd is a Reporter/Multimedia Journalist at WMBF News. He started in May 2017.

Patrick comes to us from Jacksonville, Florida where he went to school at the University of North Florida. He graduated in April 2017. During his last two years at UNF, he worked at First Coast News, WTLV/WJXX, the NBC and ABC affiliate in Jacksonville as an editor and photographer.

Born and raised in Tampa, Florida, Patrick has wanted to be a reporter for a long time. His dad has been a radio host since the late 1970s, so broadcasting was always in Patrick’s blood. In high school, Patrick’s interest in TV really started to grow as he worked for the weekly school newscast as a reporter. He also did public address announcing for the school’s soccer team.

When Patrick got to college, he quickly got involved with Spinnaker Television, the on-campus TV station at UNF. He worked as the news director there for about a year and a half before he got his job at First Coast News.

Patrick is thrilled to be living in Myrtle Beach. When he’s not working, he loves going for runs near the beach, watching college football (especially his favorite team, the Ohio State Buckeyes) or trying out some of the best breakfast restaurants in town.


Recent Articles by Patrick

  Horry County Democratic Party, GOP leaders feel confident heading into debate

  'The fellowship... is great’: Strong turnout for first day of fall bike rally despite rainy weather

  Bill to allow hospitality fee money to be used to fix flooding issues heads to McMaster’s desk

  Opioid epidemic leads to need for Shoreline Behavioral Health Services to expand

  North Myrtle Beach residents express concerns over plans for homes to replace Possum Trot Golf Course

  More new homes, shops coming to Carolina Forest

  Horry County party leaders weigh in on replacement process for Ginsburg

  'There’s no closure’: Friday marks two years since two patients drowned in back of HCSO transport van

  'We’re happy to do it’: Horry County woman travels nearly 3,000 miles to help wildfire victims in Oregon

  New homes coming to Pine Lakes area of Myrtle Beach

  ‘They’re doing great’: HCS board chair visits several schools during unique 1st day of class

  As Labor Day arrives, Myrtle Beach business owners reflect on difficult tourist season

  Hundreds of new homes could come to Pine Lakes neighborhood in Myrtle Beach

  Red Cross volunteer from Conway heads to Louisiana to help hurricane victims

  Horry County Democratic Party urging voters to contact state lawmakers to ensure safe, fair election

  ‘RIP AMBRO’: Family, fellow officers say final goodbye to Horry County Police corporal

  Four local colleges, universities sign COVID-19 mutual aid compact

  ‘We don’t mind it’: Carolina Forest neighborhood sees uptick in bear sightings

  Horry County doctor explains why saliva-based COVID-19 testing may not be widely available

  Conway City Council votes to extend mask ordinance through Sept. 9

  Horry County GOP, Democratic parties gear up for big changes at upcoming party conventions

  First new tenant arrives at Myrtle Beach’s Arts and Innovation District

  The Market Common could get another new shopping center

  Horry County Emergency Management moves to OPCON 2, prepares for Isaias

  Myrtle Beach City Council passes ordinance allowing city to temporarily suspend business licenses

  Myrtle Beach city leaders officially accept $500,000 grant to fight opioid epidemic

  Horry County Elections Office considers adding absentee voting locations for November election

  Short lines provide smooth day of COVID-19 testing at Tidelands Health event at CCU

  ONE-ON-ONE: Myrtle Beach city manager opens up about city’s handling of COVID-19 pandemic

  Carolina Forest Boulevard widening project on track to be done May 2021