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Josh Moser is the Sports Director at NewsChannel5, KREX-TV (CBS), KFQX (FOX), and KGJT (My Network) in Grand Junction, and Aspen, Colorado.
During his time at KREX-TV, Moser has made a name for himself covering Peyton Manning's first season as a Denver Bronco, the X-Games, the Grand Junction Rockies, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, and the Junior College World Series.
The Annenberg School of Journalism graduate also regularly appears on Colorado's regional sports network, Altitude Sports discussing Division II athletics across the state, on the "RMAC Showcase."
The Southern California native received an Emmy nomination in his first year, following the remarkable story of Jordan Jones--- a high school football player that defeated stage four cancer only to return to the field as a senior on the top-ranked team in the state.
Prior to his time on the Western Slope, Moser was a reporter for USCTrojans.com, covering the rise and fall of the Pete Carroll era. In addition, the former Division II basketball player was the pioneer of the Trojan Fever Basketball Blog which was the first behind-the-scenes blog that encompassed print, broadcast and online media in Men's Division I basketball.
Moser was also the Sports Anchor for the critically acclaimed college newscast, Annenberg Television News. In addition, he was awarded a scholarship honoring the late, great, sports writer Allan Malamud and received national recognition for a piece honoring the broadcasting legend, Chick Hearn.
Also during his college tenure, the Southern California native held internships at Fox Sports West, NFL Network, ESPN-U, K-ABC7 Sports, and KCBS/ KCAL Sports.