Al Spry - Affiliate Relations

Al Spry hails from New York City and began his broadcasting career almost thirty years ago on WOCC, Middletown NY, moving on to a stint at WJDB in Albany. Al relocated to Florida, and in 1998, he joined Cox Radio and classic rock WHTQ, Orlando, serving in the promotions department and as a DJ on soft rock WMMO. In 1999, Al added reporter and producer duties with News-Talk WDBO, Orlando.

In 2003 Al moved to Clear Channel/iHeart Media to host the syndicated talk show, “Florida Roundtable” and served as Director of Affiliate Relations for the Florida News Network, the Alabama News Network and the Virginia News Network. He was also the Production Director for FNN. In 2015 Al joined OMNi as Director of Affiliate Relations. 

Al and his wife Yvonne have resided in the Orlando area since 1997. Al enjoys motorcycling, karaoke, and enjoying the Florida lifestyle of beaches, theme parks, and salt-water deep sea fishing.

Ann Lauricello - Anchor

Ann Lauricello started her career in journalism right here in Colorado. During her time at the Journalism school at CU Boulder she served as a student intern at the local CBS affiliate. Ann then earned her stripes working the overnight and morning shifts as an anchor and reporter at KGWN in Cheyenne, Wyoming.She was named the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters 'Anchor the Year' in 2010.

Ann climbed to a position at KGUN in Tucson, Arizona before moving back to her beloved home state. In her free time, she enjoys teaching yoga, cooking and completing the adventures she has on her Colorado bucket list. 

 

Ben Maxwell - Entertainment/Co LIVE!

Ben moved back to the USA in 2015 after spending nine years overseas working in radio as an expat.   He was the afternoon radio host on 101.3 FM TBSeFM in Seoul, South Korea hosting the music-news intensive Music2TheMax show from 4-6pm seven-days-a-week.

He also worked in the Cayman Islands as for a few different media companies as an Operations Manager, Programmer, and On-Air Host, and has worked almost every on-air shift at stations in Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington, DC.

 

When not planning his next Colorado culinary or street festival excursion, you can find him at the movies or around Wash Park with his wife Jennifer and two dogs, Rooney and Brooklyn.

Chris Foehse - Anchor/Reporter

Chris Foehse found his start in news at a local television station in his hometown of Albuquerque, New Mexico.  Working as a floor director on prime time broadcasts and the morning shows, he developed a fascination with the fast pace and dynamism of the industry.

Chris moved to Colorado in 2016 to pursue a future in news radio and bask in the breath taking wilderness.

 

When he isn’t working, Chris can be found running, cycling, or searching for new hunting and camping spots.

Kristen Thoburn - Content Manager/Reporter

 Kristen Thoburn has been providing news and sports coverage for a variety of markets across the country for nearly a decade. She got her start as a sports anchor the the Kentucky News Network and quickly expanded into news anchoring for 600 WREC in Memphis and 1510 WLAC in Nashville.  For 3 years Kristen was a news anchor as 840 WHAS in Louisville.  Most recently Kristen can be heard on 850 KOA in Denver as well as a variety of stations across the country via Remote News Service. When she's not working, she enjoys spending time with family, watching football, and cooking up a gigantic seafood feast as often as possible.

Lou Hebert - Anchor

Lou Hebert's experience in radio and broadcasting began many years in Toledo Ohio, his hometown, where he spent his first decade in radio news as an anchor and reporter while earning numerous awards along the way, including a coveted Peabody Award for a radio documentary.

His talents and thirst for adventure eventually took him to Colorado where he anchored mornings at KHOW radio and later covered much of the state and region as a correspondent for KMGH-TV and KWGN-TV. During those years, Lou developed a love affair with Colorado and the Rocky Mountain West. There probably isn't a corner or county of the state that he hasn't visited or reported from at one time or another.

Over the past two decades, Lou continued to pursue his passion for broadcast news as an Emmy winning TV reporter, radio anchor and news manager. Most recently, his pursuits include video documentary creation, historical research, and the writing of local history books.

In his spare time Lou is an avid Denver Broncos fan, a voracious reader, a weekend golfer, and clumsy guitar player. He has five sons, three grandchildren and a very understanding wife.

Michael Clark - Weekend Sports

Michael is a sports nut.  No really! If it even remotely involves competition, keeping score, a winner or loser he’s watching, playing or covering it. He’s been fortunate in his 20-year radio career to cover some of the neatest sporting events in the world including the Ryder Cup, PGA Championships, College Basketball and Football and the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Radio isn’t work for Michael, it’s a passion and has been since he landed his first small market radio gig at the ripe old age of 15.  He loves connecting with listeners and he’s excited to be part of the Rocky Mountain News Network.  Colorado sports fans are passionate and Michael shares in that passion with you.  

Away from the field or radio studio, Michael loves hanging out with his wife Taron, daughter Melah and their two fur babies Gunner and Gracie!

 

Nate Butler - Manager

Nate began is radio career as a weekend board op and news anchor for a three station cluster in his hometown of Cadiz, Kentucky.  Nate attended Bellarmine University in Louisville, KY where he assisted in forming the school's first internet based radio station.  During this time in Louisville, Nate was an anchor and reporter for 84WHAS and the Kentucky News Network.

Following college, he returned to Cadiz and became the afternoon and evening weekday news anchor for Ham Broadcasting.  Nate was then hired as the Director of Operations for the Kentucky News Network and Total Traffic Network in Louisville. He was also the affiliate relations manager for the Tennessee Radio Network. After seven years at KNN, Nate was hired as Director of Operations for Clear Channel Satellite.  In January of 2015, CCSS was sold and became Orbital Media Networks - the parent company of Rocky Mountain News Network.  He was later named VP of Operations for OMNi.

Nate lives in Littleton, CO where he enjoys the outdoor lifestyle of hiking, biking, fly fishing and spending time with the family soaking in amazing views.

Theresa Taylor - Anchor

Theresa Taylor has worked in radio for over 20 years, starting out while in college at the University of Louisville as a deejay, moving into a morning show job, then finally becoming a news anchor.

In addition to radio, Theresa also narrates audiobooks for the National Library Service for the Library of Congress.  She recently married a wonderful man, Scott, and has a rambunctious 9-year-old son, Jack.  In her spare time, Theresa enjoys bicycling, running, music and reading.

Will Collins - Sports

Will Collins has worked in the radio industry for four years in various capacity's at both major and small markets. A sports nut and avid outdoorsman, when you don't hear him on your radio he is probably outside with a fishing rod or hiking boots. Originally from the Midwest, Will has called Colorado, Illinois and South Dakota home. With contacts and ties throughout the Centennial State he is always up to date with the latest in the Colorado Sports scene. 

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