Tony Keith

Digital Content Producer/Reporter

Connect With Me

akeith@kktv.com

719-930-8475

Working as a reporter and social media guru for KKTV Tony Keith is a Colorado kid excited to be back in the Centennial State.

Working as a reporter and social media guru for KKTV Tony Keith is a Colorado kid excited to be back in the Centennial State.

Tony got his start in the TV biz in Northern Colorado working as a sports reporter and host of The Rams Sports Magazine Show. During his two years covering sports (including his Alma Mater, The University of Northern Colorado Bears) Tony fell in love with sharing local sports stories and highlights. It was that love for sports that guided Tony to the Cowboy State.

Tony landed a gig as the Sports Director for KGWN in Cheyenne before trading in sports highlights for a lot of coffee running the morning show. He worked as the morning anchor and producer for KGWN for two years before he was given the opportunity of a normal sleep schedule as the evening anchor and executive producer.

From the state legislature to Cheyenne Frontier Days, Tony became filled with Poke Pride. His amazing, wonderful and beautiful wife decided it was time to cross the border and get back to their home state of Colorado.

Tony is an avid Broncos fan, loves pretending to work out at the gym and is excited to explore the great outdoors of southern Colorado!

He is a Heartland-Emmy recipient and nominee for his work on-air and behind the scenes as a journalist.

If you have a story idea, or even a local viral video you'd like to share, email akeith@kktv.com or find him on Facebook/Twitter.


Latest Sports Headlines

Posted: 10:36 AM - Jim Johannson, the general manager of the U.S. Olympic men's hockey team, has died just a couple weeks before the start of the Pyeongchang Games

Posted: 01/20/2018 - Nick Halloran scored with 54.6 seconds remaining in overtime to give Colorado College a 6-5 victory over No. 11 Western Michigan Saturday night in Kalamazoo, Mich.

Posted: 01/20/2018 - Every loss hurts, but conference home losses are especially damaging — and the Colorado Buffaloes will be feeling this hurt for a while. The Buffs had all kinds of momentum heading into Saturday's matchup with Washington, a game head coach Tad Boyle called a "separation game." CU had won two in a row and four of its last five, and had a chance to hold onto at least a tie for fourth in the conference standings. But the Huskies provided their version of separation, dominating the Buffs on the boards and walking away from the Coors Events Center with a 72-62 win.