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Ken Clark is the traffic anchor for Daybreak, a weekday morning show airing from 5 to 9 a.m. on Colorado’s Own Channel 2.
Before becoming a part of the Channel 2 team, Ken Clark worked at FOX31 and Premier Traffic. His career also includes a role as the airborne drive-time reporter for 107.5 KQKS and 104.3 KJCD. Ken has diverse experience in the Denver media scene, having served as an overnight DJ for 103.5 KRFX and produced shows like “Lou from Littleton” at 850 KOA and “The Peter Boyles Show” at 630 KHOW.
Ken’s professional journey began as the operation manager at 91.9/93.9 KDUR in Durango, Colorado. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Fort Lewis College.
If you’d like to get in touch with Ken, you can reach out to him via email at Ken.Clark@KDVR.com.
In a sit-down interview, Ken Clark shared his perspective on journalism and his career highlights. He finds the JonBenet case to be the most memorable story, given its status as a Colorado mystery. Ken also expressed a desire to have lunch with comedy legends Whoopi Goldberg, Robin Williams, and Billy Crystal, appreciating their wit and humor. The best thing about being a journalist, according to Ken, is the adrenaline rush of the news business. He also revealed his hidden talent for playing the piano and his passion for sketching while traveling, particularly during trips to Mexico.