April Zesbaugh has been at the helm of Colorado’s Morning News for more than two decades, and is one of the longest running radio hosts in Denver.
April has traveled the country to bring home news from 9/11 anniversaries in New York City, national political conventions, presidential inaugurations, and three Broncos Super Bowls. Plus, she has appeared on FOX News, CNN, MSNBC, and other national media outlets to discuss the Jon Benet Ramsey murder case and other major Colorado news events. She’s the recipient of one national and several regional Edward R. Murrow awards and is repeatedly recognized for her journalism by the Colorado Broadcaster’s Association.
April started her career at KUNC in Greeley where she graduated with degrees in Journalism and English from the University of Northern Colorado. She loves to travel and ski with her husband and son and admits to being a reality-TV junkie.
Marty Lenz grew up along the Front Range – personally and professionally. His formative years were spent in Littleton, moving on to Colorado State University in Fort Collins, post college on the radio in Colorado Springs, to eventually broadcasting in the Mile High City; Colorado is engrained in his DNA.
Marty returned home to Denver and KOA NewsRadio after being away 13 years, working radio and television in Minneapolis/St. Paul, Sacramento, and most recently, in San Francisco as an anchor for KCBS Radio. Those experiences help him view, weigh, and appreciate Colorado with an outsiders’ perspective, while possessing a native's intimate insight, and understanding of the things that make Colorado unique. That's what you'll hear in and from Marty on Colorado's Morning News.