Chris McGinness

Posted by Alpha Broadcasting on February 17, 2014

Chris McGinness helps you through Portland’s busy commutes every weekday morning and afternoon on KXL, FM News 101, and our television news partner KGW.

A runner and weather geek at heart, Chris earned his meteorology degree on a track scholarship at Penn State University.  Chris spent two summers as a weather intern at KGW before embarking on a TV weather career …

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Mike Turner

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on November 14, 2013
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Mike Turner is a Portland native and long time, award winning radio journalist. He’s well known for his reporting, anchoring and managing radio news departments in the metro area.

 

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Jeremy Scott

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on November 14, 2013
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News & Traffic Reporter, Weekdays 9am-4pm

Jeremy is a true Oregonian.  He was born and raised in Southeast Portland and has loved the art of radio since he could walk and talk.  Just ask his siblings whom he annoyed for years on end perfecting a love into a career.  He reports news and traffic mid-days and runs the controls for Oregon’s …

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Rosemary Reynolds

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on November 14, 2013
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Rosemary started her broadcast career in music radio where she was a morning sidekick and read the news. She worked her way up to news director at KMJK. She has been a reporter and news anchor for over 30 years, working for legendary KGW among other stations in the Portland market. She has received national recognition  for her work. A …

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Brett Reckamp

Posted by FM News 101 KXL on November 14, 2013
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Brett Reckamp arrived at KXL in May 2012.  At any time you can hear or find him anchoring, reporting, editing or producing.  Brett was most recently the Director of AM Programming for KERN, KGEO and KERI in Bakersfield, CA.  Before that he anchored, reported, produced, imaged and hosted for KBOI and KTIK in Boise, ID. Through the 2000’s he covered …

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