Ken Clark is traffic anchor on Daybreak, weekdays 5-9 a.m. on Colorado’s Own Channel 2.
Prior to joining Channel 2, Ken worked on FOX31, and before that at Premier Traffic. He was the airborne drive time reporter for 107.5 KQKS and 104.3 KJCD.
Ken’s career also includes working as an overnight jock for 103.5 KRFX. He also produced “Lou from Littleton” at 850 KOA and “The Peter Boyles Show” at 630 KHOW.
Ken began his career as operation manager at 91.9/ 93.9 KDUR in Durango, Colo. He received Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Fort Lewis College.
You can email Ken at Ken.Clark@KDVR.com
A sit-down with Ken Clark:
What has been your most memorable story?
Over the course of my career in Denver, I would say the JonBenet case has been the most interesting. I was working in Denver at a talk radio station when it happened, truly a Colorado mystery.
If you could interview anyone – dead or alive – who would it be?
I would love to sit down and interview over lunch three people, Whoopi Goldberg, Robin Williams and Billy Crystal. All classic comics with wit to spare, to be around all three at once and watch how they play off each other it truly be a once in a lifetime event. I imagine most of it would not be suitable for a family show.
What is the best thing about being a journalist?
The best thing about working in this profession is the adrenaline rush of the news business. There is always something happening and each day brings on new challenges.
Do you have any hidden talents?
I can play a little piano.
What is one thing no one would ever guess about you?
I think one thing that you would not expect about me would be the fact that I like to sketch. I have a book that I take on each vacation and I take one picture and sketch it in the book, like a travel journal. There are several Mexico pictures because that is one of my favorite places to visit.