Gail Huff, Wife of Former Senator Scott Brown, Leaves WJLA

By Kevin Eck 

Gail Huff, reporter for WJLA and the wife of former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown (R), has resigned from the Washington, D.C. ABC affiliate.

WJLA news director Doug Culver told TVSpy, Warren announced the news Thursday to the staff. In an email sent to TVSpy, Huff told WJLA staffers, “Today is my last day at WJLA.  I want to thank all of you for making my job here so enjoyable. It has been an amazing two and a half year experience – working with so many dedicated professionals. I know this is not goodbye.  Our paths are destined to cross again in the future.”

According to the Boston Herald, Huff left WJLA to move back home to Wrentham, MA, after her husband lost his re-election bid to Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren in November. The Herald also said Huff has been looking for work in the Boston market.


Huff began working at WJLA after her husband was elected to the Senate in a special election to succeed the late Senator Ted Kennedy in 2010.

She started her career at WNCT in Greenville, NC.   She has also worked for WLNE in Providence, RI, WFSB in Hartford, CT and WCVB in Boston.