Video Production Manager
Merrick Hare is a video producer for Steamboat TV. He earned an associates degree in Web Design from ITT-Tech and also studies Legal Studies at Suny Canton in New York. He has over 5 years of video production experience and has worked on the television show “Coming Home” for lifetime. Merrick is from Northern New York, and enjoys being in the mountains and all over Steamboat.
Chris-Tina rocked promotions at Chicago’s classic rock station “The Loop” in her hometown. As a Jayhawk in Kansas she dove into cinema to participate in fast-paced and exciting film festivals. Her exploratory nature brought her to Steamboat Springs to enjoy the endless adventures the valley has to offer. Soon after she dove into the airwaves as a Radio Personality reaching the entire Yampa Valley. Excited and ready to go, you’ll see Christina out in the field and you can wake up knowing she is working her magic broadcasting the Steamboat Morning Show.
Morning Show Host
Tony Counts… A coast to coast kid. Born in Pasadena, Ca., raised in Long Island, NY.. and Grew up in Lakewood, Co…
Attended Green Mountain High School and participated in multiple sports, which allowed the opportunity to earn a scholarship to play college soccer at Benedictine College, and The University of Wisconsin – Green Bay. Arrived in Steamboat Springs, August of 2000, and has no plans of leaving. Married to Kelda Counts, proud father of Cooper Counts, son of Joyce Lane and motivating big brother to Tamara Anderson. After a brilliant 10 yr run with The Harvey’s Huddle sports show, Tony has joined the Steamboat TV Morning Show cast and crew…
A multi-level talent you may also see Tony on stage with the Steamboat Super Fun Show or live on the mic rapping with DJ Leprechaun at any of our local venues… Be prepared to laugh, cheer and applaud the antics of Steamboat’s finest: Tony “KAT-N-THA-HAT” Counts.
Holla at yo boy!!!
When she’s not in front of our cameras, Katie is the Director of Education and Artistic Administration at Strings Music Festival. This is her fourth ski season in Steamboat Springs so you might say she’s only got 16 years left before she’s a “local.” Prior to joining SteamboatTV, Katie has worked for the Steamboat Ski & Snowboard School, Colorado Mountain College, Steamboat Pilot, and what feels like 100 other places while she fell in love with the Yampa Valley. She’s also a member of The Chief Players and the Tongue-in-Chief improv troupe. Beyond her utter good looks and poise behind the lens, Katie admits she really loves the brownie sundae at Rex’s American Grill, but let’s keep that to ourselves.