He made his 9NEWS debut at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta before moving to KCNC in 2001.
“I’ve known Ed since he worked for 9NEWS in the 90s,” said Tim Ryan, 9NEWS director of content. “I’ve always admired his work and we’re happy to have him join our team again 25 years later.”
Ed's 40-year career in Denver television and radio has included stints at KUSA, KMGH, KCNC and KOA Radio.
In 2017, Ed retired from Denver television after 42 years, the longest tenure of any on-air broadcast personality in Denver television broadcast history.
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