For more than 30 years, Neal Browne has been a part of radio and television broadcasting…having served 21 of those years as a reporter and anchor for 9News, the NBC affiliate in Denver, Colorado.
Besides general assignment, he also covered politics, the State Legislature, and several national political conventions. He was nominated for several Emmys and awarded two, both for live reporting.
He broke the story nationally of the exit of Gary Hart from the 1988 Presidential race.
He also anchored a feature called “America Today” for two years. It was a series of short video stories depicting life and times in America, and was broadcast on more than 150 PBS-TV stations across the country and on Armed Forces Radio and Television in Europe.
Besides Television News, he has done segments for corporate accounts such as NAPA Auto parts, AT&T, Corporate Express, GE, The Health News Network, US West, ITT, and The Food Network and two productions for the Federal Government.
He has also narrated historical documentaries including the demos of “How The West Was Lost”, “Viet Nam, the Tet Offensive”, “The Jonestown Massacre”, and the European broadcast version of “God Speed, John Glenn.”