On-Air News & Sports
Kyle Christensen comes to us from SAIT in Calgary. He's a sports fanatic, making him a perfect choice for Sports Director.
Kyle originally comes from Winnipeg, Manitoba and you can hear him in the afternoon's from Monday to Friday.
He's a part of the Kootenay Ice home broadcasts, does play-by-play for the Fernie Ghostriders and period reports for the Kimberley Dynamiters.
He joined the team in the Broadcast Center Newsroom on October 1, 2007.
You're welcome to email your sports news and the latest scores to the email listed below.
Kimberley Davidson has been with us for a few years now, bookending a stint as a CTV News Anchor based out of Lethbridge.
You can find Kim in the courthouse, on the streets, at city hall, wherever news is happening really! She also anchors the occasional newscast from time-to-time.
Jeff Johnson is your News Director and the voice of the Morning News. When you're just dragging yourself out of bed in the early morning hours, Jeff is already hard at work, bringing you all you need to know to start your day.
You can reach Jeff with your news tips and story ideas at firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Kornelsen made her way from Winnipeg, Manitoba to Kimberley, British Columbia, becoming a welcome part of the Broadcast Center News Team in Cranbrook.
Karen is currently one of our regular reporters and can be found wherever news is happening in the East Kootenay!
Karen also fills in from time to time reading newscasts in the mornings or afternoons.
"Tom made his first big move coming here, finishing college then abandoning 20 years in Calgary. When he's not reading comic books, watching the Red Sox, or staring at a computer screen, he's here either reporting or doing the late night show on The Drive. An avid listener of all types of music from gangster rap to psychedelic rock, Tom may be a youngster, but he has a soft spot for the oldies."
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