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Born in Tulsa and raised in Owasso, Broken Arrow and Skiatook, Skyler Cooper is a life-long Green Country resident. Skyler started his career at KRMG in 2012. He became a reporter in 2014 and worked as a reporter and producer for the KRMG Morning News until 2021, when he became Host of the KRMG Afternoon News.
Matt Hutson is the overnight news anchor on KRMG. Before joining KRMG, he spent over a decade as a sports journalist, and was the play-by-play voice of the Tulsa Crude for their comically disastrous lone season in the United States Hockey League. If he had taken better notes, he would have written a book about it by now.
Crystal Kelly graduated from Owasso High School and started working in TV news her senior year. Crystal joined KRMG in 2022. She is an advocate for Autism acceptance and a mom to an adult son with ASD. In her free time, she likes to hike with her chihuahuas and dance with her friends.
Russell Mills came to Tulsa in 1991 with an AA degree in Broadcast Journalism and a new family. He worked in local television for more than 20 years as a show producer, assignment editor, and online content director. He built one of the first television news websites in the country and helped pioneer streaming audio and video, especially as it related to weather and live news coverage on the Internet.
As host of KRMG’s flagship news program, The KRMG Morning News, Dan Potter has won two National Association of Broadcasters Marconi Awards for medium market Personality of the Year as well as similar honors from the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters. Dan came to KRMG as news director and morning news anchor in 2008. He began hosting the KRMG Morning News in 2012.
Jen Townley is a 24-year veteran of television news, a longtime Tulsa resident. Before joining the KRMG Morning News with Dan Potter in December 2021, Jen was a Emmy Award-winning, senior news producer for FOX23 (KOKI-TV), KRMG’s sister news station. Jen was born and raised in New York and lived in Louisiana for eight years before deciding to start her family here in Oklahoma. When she's not working, Jen loves spending time at home in Owasso with her two kids, husband and their miniature dachshund Lulu.
Bert Williams is a KRMG news anchor and producer of Cox Media Tulsa's Sunday morning public affairs program called Oklahoma Perspective. Bert has worked for KRMG for over ten years and has over 50 years of experience in broadcasting and radio production. He and his wife, Pat, have lived in Broken Arrow since 1991.