Megan has earned numerous honors for her work, including a National Edward R. Murrow Award from the Radio Television News Directors Association for a 2007 series on “PlayBoys” — a look at the behaviors of professional athletes, teams and fans. Since arriving at KMOX in 1997, she’s played a number of roles at the station including airborne traffic reporter, news anchor and show host.
Prior to moving to the St. Louis area, Megan was Assistant News Director at public radio station WSIU-FM in Carbondale, Illinois. She has a Masters Degree in Public Affairs Reporting from the former Sangamon State University in Springfield, Illinois and completed her undergraduate work in Mass Communications at Southern Illinois University in Edwardsville.
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