Morgan Black is the producer of the Ryan Jespersen Show on 630 CHED, as well as the features reporter for Global News Edmonton 880 Edmonton.
In 2019, she was honoured with the Dave Rogers RTDNA award for a short feature in a large market for her feature piece “A Love Story Worth Listening To.”
Morgan likes to talk. She even does it while she sleeps – so getting into news was pretty much the perfect job for her.
Morgan is a graduate of NAIT’s Television and Radio Broadcasting program and has a degree – with honours – in Communications from MacEwan University.
Before joining 630 CHED, Morgan worked at CTV Edmonton as a writer, producer and web reporter. She has worked for many years in promotions and marketing, and has hosted a number of events in Edmonton, such as the Alberta Culture Days Festival. She also coaches figure skating and is somewhere between the skill level of an Olympian and Chazz Michael Michaels.
When she’s not talking, Morgan likes exploring new restaurants in Edmonton and around the world. She can also recommend a killer book.
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