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DENVER — FOX31 Denver and Colorado’s Own Channel 2 announced Wednesday that Holly Gauntt has been named Vice President of News and Digital Content.

Gauntt joins FOX31 Denver from KOMO-TV, the ABC affiliate in Seattle, WA where she has worked as News Director for the past seven years. During her time there, her newscasts consistently outperformed competitors in key ratings periods.

She also built an award-winning investigative team and successfully branded KOMO-TV as the Problem Solver Station, creating a strong commitment to advocacy and investigative journalism.

“We are thrilled to bring Holly Gauntt back home to Colorado with the vast experience and terrific reputation she has gained over nearly three decades in some of the most competitive television markets in the country,” said President and General Manager Peter Maroney. “Holly is passionate in her respect and appreciation for local television news and the professionals who report it. She is also a passionate fan of her hometown Denver Broncos, so it’s a bonus that we get her out of Seahawks country and back home here she belongs.”

During her 28-year journalism career, Gauntt has worked as a News Director for WTXF-TV in Philadelphia, PA, and Assistant News Director for WTTG-TV in Washington, D.C. She has been the recipient of eight Edward R. Murrow Awards and 10 Emmy Awards.

She has served on boards for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) and the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTNDA) and the ABC News Affiliate Advisory Board.

This is not Gauntt’s first time working in Denver. A graduate of the University of Colorado, she began her broadcast journalism career in Denver.

Gauntt will join FOX31 Denver in early December.  She replaces Ed Kosowski, who left the station in August.


FOX31 Denver, KDVR-TV, the FOX affiliate serving the Denver DMA, is owned by Tribune Media Company.

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