Hosts

Amanda Guerra
Amanda Guerra is an Emmy-award winning journalist and a familiar face and now voice in North Texas.
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Chris Sommer
Chris Sommer joined KRLD News as an afternoon anchor in July 2012, but he has been a familiar radio voice in north Texas since the early 1990s. An award-winning anchor, reporter and air personality, Chris was part of the news staff at KLIF-AM from 1991-1997, and was a fixture on the morning show at...
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Dan Brounoff
Dan grew up in North Dallas and developed a passion for weather when he was a kid. After hearing a story from his second grade teacher about a brush with death from a tornado and then witnessing a tornado on Royal Lane in the 1970’s, Dan knew he wanted to be a meteorologist. After seeing that...
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David Johnson
David Johnson has been KRLD 1080 NewsRadio’s Business Analyst for 30 years and is one of the most respected business voices in radio. David delivers real-time updates, insights, and breaking news from Wall Street and financial markets across the world every day at :24 and :54 past the hour. You’ll...
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David Rancken
David Rancken is a morning personality on 98.7 KLUV with Jody Dean and a midday anchor at 1080 KRLD-AM. He has been in broadcasting for more than 25 years, starting his career as the nightly news anchorman for a small TV station in Houston. Recalling those early days, David said, “We had five...
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Melissa Harrison
Melissa Tamplin Harrison is a bilingual reporter with nearly two decades of journalism experience. A native Texan, Melissa is excited to return to her roots and to covering news in North Texas. Melissa began her career at the NBC affiliate in Waco as an executive producer. She landed her first on-...
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Mike Rogers
A 21 year veteran of KRLD, Mike Rogers co-anchors the KRLD Morning News (5 – 10 a.m.) and produces his daily feature, “The Other Side of the News.”
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Mitch Carr
Mitch Carr has been part of the North Texas scene since arriving from Indiana in 1975. His radio career began as a teenager on KGBX-1260AM in Springfield, Missouri. Four years in the U.S. Air Force put Mitch on AFRTS radio and television in Japan as well as doing voiceover work on USAF training...
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Scott Sams
Scott started his broadcast career at the age of 14, at a very small radio station just outside his hometown in Knoxville, Tennessee.
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Tasha Stevens
My love affair with radio began the first time I heard Queen on the radio. My love affair with news began at the age of 5 while on a field trip to the Louisiana Governor’s Mansion. It was at that time that I asked then Governor Edwin Edwards how much the gaudy chandelier in the foyer cost. Everyone...
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