Josh Moser became the Sports Director at FOX 11 in September of 2016. He now leads a department known for its extensive Packers coverage and long-form sports specials.
On top of all of his Sports Director duties, Moser is the host of a weekly show during the NFL season that airs throughout the state of Wisconsin featuring Packers stars, Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb, called "Inside the Huddle."
Prior to his time at FOX11, Moser was previously the sports reporter at one of the top local news stations in the country, KUSA-TV in Denver, Colorado. Moser specialized in the department's "in the field coverage," most notably serving as the live sports reporter during newscasts. He aided in Broncos specials and spent most of his time covering the Nuggets, Avalanche and Rockies, along with specializing in the station's college coverage of Colorado State and the University of Colorado-Boulder.
The native Southern Californian began his television career at NewsChannel5, KREX-TV (CBS), KFQX (FOX) in Grand Junction, and Aspen, Colorado, eventually serving as the Sports Director for more than two years.
During his time at KREX-TV, Moser covered Peyton Manning's first season with the Denver Broncos, the X-Games, the Grand Junction Rockies, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference and the Junior College World Series.
The Annenberg School of Journalism graduate also regularly appeared on Colorado's regional sports network, Altitude Sports, discussing Division II athletics across the state, on the "RMAC Showcase."
Moser was also a reporter for USCTrojans.com, covering the rise and fall of the Pete Carroll era. In addition, the former Division II basketball player was the pioneer of the Trojan Fever Basketball Blog which was the first behind-the-scenes blog that encompassed print, broadcast and online media in Men's Division I basketball.
The Southern California native also held internships at Fox Sports West, NFL Network, ESPN-U, K-ABC7 Sports, and KCBS/ KCAL Sports.
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