For more than 30 years, Ken Stevens has been sipping that first cup of coffee with people from New England to Dixie. He's been a reporter and anchor at stations in Vermont, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, and has served as anchor, executive producer and news director for stations in Atlanta and Tampa-St. Petersburg. Ken first discovered his passion for radio while attending college, and it's been his career ever since. High points include anchoring his station's coverage of the 1988 Democratic National Convention in Atlanta, and working at the very station that inspired the hit TV series "WKRP in Cincinnati". Ken joined WTVN and the Bob Conners morning show in 1997, a move that allowed his family to explore their Ohio-Kentucky roots. Ken has been honored by his peers with awards for writing and anchoring. Away from the newsroom, Ken enjoys spending time with his family and those days when the alarm doesn't go off at 2 a.m.