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Britt Moreno Biography, Age, Career, Channel 4 News And CBS4

Britt Moreno is an American journalist who works as an anchor on CBS4 This Morning from 4:30-7am. She attended Trinity University situated in San Antonio, Texas.

Britt Moreno Biography

Britt Moreno is an American journalist who works as an anchor on CBS4 This Morning from 4:30-7am. She attended Trinity University situated in San Antonio, Texas.

She majored in Communication and Spanish. Britt enjoys waking up really early (2:20 a.m.) for what she calls her “dream job” in a vibrant city.

Here are some facts about Britt Moreno;

  • Position: Anchor CBS4 This Morning and CBS4 News at Noon
  • Role model: My Mom and Dad
  • Dream job: I’ve always wanted to be a part of a morning show. I’m living the dream!
  • The job you would never attempt: Math Teacher
  • Star sign: Capricorn
  • First story: A single working mother who was grateful for a new school program that enabled her to take meals home to her three children.
  • Favorite story: Any story where I see something new or try something new.
  • Most memorable interview: I “interviewed” Santa Claus when I was about 7. I wanted to get to know him better, so I left a page full of questions next to his plate of cookies that year.
  • Dream interview: Oprah
  • Why I am a journalist: I love listening to people talk about their lives. I have always enjoyed asking questions and writing.
  • Hometown: Austin, Texas
  • Favorite food: Mexican
  • Favorite musician: I listen to all kinds of music, but my favorite is country!
  • Number of siblings: 3 younger siblings
  • What one word best describes CBS4: Team-oriented
  • Least favorite household chore: Taking out the trash
  • Favorite word: love
  • Least favorite words: I’m lost….
  • Favorite noise: My loved ones’ laughter
  • Least favorite noise: Any and all noises when I’m trying to sleep.
  • Favorite music: Country, Classic Rock, Alternative, Pop/Hip-Hop

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Britt Moreno Career | Britt Moreno CBS4 News | Britt Moreno Channel 4 News

She is the anchor for CBS4’s show, CBS4 This Morning, that airs from 4:30 am to 7 am. She is also the Wednesday’s Child Reporter. This is a weekly segment which highlights children in foster care who are in need of families. She is the winner of the 2017 Colorado Broadcaster’s Association Award of Excellence for her series, Aging Out.

The show was about what happens to children when they are not adopted and age out of the foster care system. She came to CBS4 in March 2013. She previously worked as a reporter at KSAZ situated in Phoenix. She first reported in her home state of Texas and got her start as a broadcast journalist in college hosting an entertainment news show.

Her reporting has introduced her to wonderful causes and inspiring people in Colorado. She especially loves working at a station which places emphasis on “Covering Colorado” news first which includes sharing stories of people helping others in the community.

These stories remind people to be hopeful and represent all the good news that happens in Colorado. She hosted a piece that was part of the 2017 Emmy award-winning, Overall News Excellence, submission. She also hosted the Emmy award-winning production that earned CBS4 the 2016 News Excellence award.

When Britt was in Arizona she earned an Emmy for a report she put together that shadowed Border Patrol agents during an overnight patrol in the Arizona desert where she interviewed a group of suspected undocumented immigrants the agents encountered.

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Couple Starts Nonprofit To Help Colorado Foster Parents

Source; denver.cbslocal.com

After Renee and Brian Bernhardt decided to become foster parents, Adams County placed a one-month-old baby in their home.

They held that infant in their arms for less than 24 hours before realizing they wanted to adopt him. Now the baby is 6 and they are a family of five as they also have two biological children and they are running a nonprofit called Foster Source which provides support to other foster parents.

“We were passionate about fostering and the foster care community. We thought ‘Let’s provide services we wish we would have when we were fostering like training classes and support groups that have free child care.’”

Their goal is to make the foster experience easier for parents so that they will foster longer and the children will be moved to fewer homes.

Foster Source also teams up with Adams County to help foster children find families. One effort is an art exhibit that displays foster kids’ artwork. The pictures are placed in libraries and DMVs to show the kids’ creations and, hopefully, potential foster parents will make a connection.

Get more information about Foster Source at fostersource.org, on their Facebook page or by calling 303-618-4331.

Additional Resources

The Colorado Rapids are supporting Foster Source along with Adams County Foster Care at their upcoming June 1 home game at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park.

The ticket price for the match against FC Cincinnati will be $31 instead of the normal $52 cost and that includes fees, taxes and parking as well as a meal voucher and soft drink. A portion of the ticket sales goes to Foster Source.