Dave Krieger is a sports columnist for The Denver Post and a part-time host on KOA radio. He has been a Colorado journalist for 30 years, including 27 with the now-defunct Rocky Mountain News. Over that span, he has covered everything from the 1983 Denver mayoral race to Super Bowls, World Series, NBA Finals, Stanley Cup Finals and Olympic Games.
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Marc Moser is in his fifth season in the radio booth for the Avalanche on the Altitude Radio Network. Moser's ties to the organization date back to 1997-98, when he became the in-studio host and producer of all Avalanche radio broadcasts. He worked in that capacity for seven years until the end of the 2003-04 campaign. During that time, Moser was also a daily sports-talk show host and the host of the highly popular "Avalanche Talk" on the network flagship sports station.
Moser returned to the Avalanche broadcast team as a television studio host and analyst on Altitude in 2006-07 and left the world of daily sports-talk to move into the Avalanche radio booth in 2007. In addition to his Avalanche duties, Moser is also one of the television play-by-play voices of the Colorado Rapids of the MLS on Altitude and is a regular host and contributor to the “Golf at Altitude” and “Sports Summit” shows. During the off-season, he also assists various charities and organizations in public events and MC duties and is the annual MC for the Joe Sakic Celebrity Golf Classic and Joe and Debbie Sakic Bringing Hope to the Table Gala benefiting Food Bank of the Rockies.
Prior to his arrival in Denver in 1996, Moser was the Sports Director at KFBK Radio in Sacramento, Calif., where he was the play-by-play announcer for the California State University Sacramento football and basketball teams in the Big Sky conference and host of a nightly sports talk-show. He also served as sideline reporter and host of the Sacramento Gold Miners of the Canadian Football League and provided extensive coverage and reporting on the Sacramento Kings of the NBA. Moser has covered every major sport in the United States and Canada and recalls the on-ice celebration of the Avalanche winning the Stanley Cup in 2001 as his favorite broadcasting memory.
An alumnus of CSUS, his resume also includes a 14-year stint as a NASCAR announcer at Colorado National Speedway, where he was named National Short Track announcer of the year, and various play-by-play duties for California and Colorado high school and college teams.
A native of Sacramento, Calif., Moser resides with his wife, Patty, and daughter, Brooke, in Parker, Colo. A private pilot, Moser enjoys flying all over Colorado and Kansas as well as spending time on the golf course and playing the guitar.
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Ken began his career as operation manager at 91.9/ 93.9 KDUR in Durango, CO. He received Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Fort Lewis College.
Lindsey Vonn has established herself as the most successful female ski racer in American History. She is the only American woman to have captured downhill gold at the Olympics and the only American woman with three World Cup Overall titles. Vonn’s victories include an Olympic Gold and Bronze medal, 33 World Cup wins in four disciplines (downhill, Super G, Slamon and super combined), as well as two World Championship gold medals.
Vonn began racing in Minnesota at the age of two, before moving into Erich Sailer’s renowned program at Buck Hill. She commuted to Vail to train for a few years, before her family decided to relocate. En route to the World Cup, Vonn excelled at every level including Junior Olympics, Trofeo Topolino, Whislter Cup, Junior Worlds, NorArms and Europa Cup.
Vonn has become one of the most recognizable female athletes in the United States, gracing the covers of publications such as ESPN: The Magazine, Sports Illustrated and Fitness Magazine. Vonn resides in Vail, Colorado with her husband.
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Anne Trujillo co-anchors 7NEWS at 3, 5, and 10 p.m. Anne started her broadcasting career at a Denver radio station. From there, Anne moved on to television stations in Scottsbluff and Omaha, Neb., before returning home to Colorado in September 1984 as a 7NEWS general assignment reporter.
Anne is an award-winning broadcast journalist. Her reporting and anchoring work has been recognized by the National Association of Television Arts and Sciences, the Colorado Broadcasters Association, The Associated Press, and Women in Communications. She is a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
Throughout her career, Anne has been very active in the community. She currently serves on the Advisory Board for the Kempe Center, and is chair of the Advisory Council for Escuela de Guadalupe, a K-5 school in Denver. She is also a member of the Latino Outreach Committee of the Denver Art Museum and the Food Bank of the Rockies Celebrity Council.
In addition, Anne serves on the board of "WINS," Women's Initiative for Networking and Success, a McGraw-Hill Companies initiative to provide skills for advancement to women within the company.
Anne has also received numerous awards for service to the community from Mi Casa Resource Center, RAAP, Rape Assistance and Awareness Program, Museo de las Americas, and LAEF among many others. Anne is married, has two children, and still makes her home in Littleton, Colo., where she grew up.
Mike Nelson joined 7News in June of 2004 as Chief Meteorologist. Prior to his position at KMGH, Nelson served as Chief Meteorologist for KUSA-TV from 1991 to 2004.
Mike received his degree in meteorology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. In 1976, he began work at Weather Central, a private weather consulting firm specializing in forecasts for ski areas, agri-business, power utilities, and the Wisconsin TV network as well as over 40 other radio and TV stations nationwide. Nelson was appointed executive vice president of Weather Central in 1979 and supervised a staff of 14 meteorologists.
While in Madison, Nelson partnered with fellow meteorologist, Terry Kelly, in devising a computer weather graphics system for television. This system, called LIVELINE, remains the most widely used television weather graphics system in the world; over 500 TV stations use this system.
In 1985, Mike and his family moved to St. Louis, Missouri where he served as Chief Meteorologist at KMOV-TV until 1991. While in St. Louis, Mike was a member of the American Meteorological Society's Board of Broadcast Meteorology and was one of six meteorologists that select candidates to receive the AMS Seal of Approval for Television Weathercasting.
Mike has won 14 Emmy awards for Outstanding Weather Anchor. In 2001, he was recognized by the Colorado Broadcasters Association as their "Citizen of the Year" for his volunteer work in Colorado schools. Mike enjoys sharing his knowledge of the weather with young and old, visiting nearly 100 schools, clubs, and service organizations each year. His Tornado Dance is a much anticipated event!
Mike has also written a local best seller, "The Colorado Weather Almanac."
Murphy has been doing radio in Denver for 25 years, 14 on KOSI. He is married to Carol and they raised their 4 children here and now have 4 grandchildren. Murphy has been very active in the community and has the 7 Everyday hero award and several others. For years he was the face of the Colorado Lotto by doing their weekly drawings on News 4. He thoroughly enjoys doing radio where is lone goal everyday to to put a smile on some one's face....."If I can make your day a little better then I'm a happy man." He is truly a "HOMER" when it comes to the local sports teams and is still trying to figure out his golf game.
The writing has always been a big part of my life, but really took off a few years ago. Now, my award-winning book series for young adults has been acquired by Tor Books in New York, and they are launching the Galahad series worldwide.
I also visit schools and host writing assemblies and workshops. Plus, when I’m in front of the kids, I always talk about the foundation I created called The Big Brain Club. Its primary goal is to help kids overcome the peer pressure to dumb down. Plus, there are tons of writing tips and exercises to help kids exercise their brains. Check it out at http://www.bigbrainclub.com/. Thanks for spending your mornings with the Dom and Jane Show!
I’m happy to have been part of The Dom and Jane Show for over 10 years, here on MIX 100. I grew up in Michigan and attended Central Michigan University, where I managed (between visits to the bar) to get a degree in Journalism. My career began as a radio reporter and I was able to cover a couple of presidential elections, which was a lot of fun for me. I morphed out of news and into a ‘morning radio personality’ and worked as a talk show host for a few years, before moving to Denver and MIX 100.
I’ve been married to my husband, Prince Charming, for almost 20 years. We live in the hills and spend most of our free time in the mountains, near Winter Park, where we ski, hike, bike, and catch up on sleep. We have a cat, named Gus and a Jack Russell Terrier, named Chili, who is without a doubt, the Cutest Dog in the World!
If you listen to The Dom and Jane Show, you know that I tend to say what’s on my mind, and I credit my parents for producing four independent, free-thinking (and speaking) children. That’s not to say I didn’t get punished for my smart mouth on occasion! My mom once told me, as a child, that I’d never keep a job if I continued to be such a smart aleck. Good thing I didn’t listen to that advice.
Dom and I are very proud of the success that we’ve been able to achieve as the morning hosts on MIX 100. Thanks so much for listening!
"As an artist, I'm given the unique opportunity to share what is meaningful to me with a large, sometimes international audience. Now I'm honored to use my voice to bring awareness to something local. Food Bank of the Rockies provides an amazing service to communities across Colorado, and I stand by them in the movement to end hunger. No one should go to bed hungry in the Land of Plenty."
In addition to Timberlake, Morris’ friends and contemporaries from the show included luminaries such as Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, Keri Russell, Ryan Gosling, and JC Chasez. While many of his cohorts leveraged their Disney Channel exposure to successful pop and acting careers, Morris craved teenage normality, and the family headed back to Denver. “At 15, all I really wanted to do was hang out, get my learner’s permit, and not work” Morris says. “I didn’t want to be a celebrity; I wanted to be a kid." During the summer between his Junior and Senior years in high school, Matt worked as a volunteer health activist for the non-profit organization, Amigos de las Americas. He worked in a remote village in Paraguay, South America, teaching hygiene to locals and assisting with sanitation. Matt’s experience with Amigos was a precursor to the work he would do as a partner artist with the Flobot’s non-profit, FightWithTools.org, an organization committed to providing support on many levels to communities in need.
Amber Johnson is so passionate about motherhood that she teamed up with The Denver Post to build a community around it. Mile High Mamas is Denver's leading social media community for moms and Amber regularly organizes events that pair local mom "Influencers" with organizations in need. Of course, her favorite event ever was when she teamed up with Food Bank of the Rockies to help bring awareness to child hunger.
Amber was selected after a nationwide search to be Microsoft's accredited blogger at the 2010 Vancouver Games. She works as a social media strategist at Pixo Web Design & Strategy and has been named as a Brand Enthusiast for companies such as Park City Mountain Resort's Snowmamas.com, Nintendo, Windex and Feld Entertainment. She is also a family travel writer and has been blogging at her personal blog Crazy Bloggin’ Canuck since 2003 and was received numerous blogging awards including being honored in Westword magazine’s Best of Denver edition.
She is originally from Canada but spent a number of years working as a publicist for Utah’s ski and outdoor industry whilst moonlighting as a radio personality and travel writer. She relinquished her wanderlust life to marry the real love of her life nine years ago. She and her husband Jamie have two kids ages 5 and 7. Well, actually three offspring if you count Jamie's obsession with growing The Great Pumpkin, for which Amber and Jamie were featured on the premiere on NBC's The Marriage Ref.