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Dominic Shelden

Dominic is new to Montana, joining the sports team in June of 2011. While not from here, he does have ties to the area. While growing up in Boise, Idaho he visited his father's home town of Ekalaka, and visited family in Miles City and Billings and His step-grandparents also live in Great Falls.

Being a sports anchor/reporter is something Dominic has wanted to do since he was a freshman in high school, where he first anchored the morning announcements. After being awarded a national JEA high school award for a sports story on a Boise State football commit, Dominic went to Washington State University to further his broadcasting opportunities.

While at Wazzu he anchored the weekly half-hour WSU sports themed show, hosted and produced a two-hour sports talk radio show, directed the in-house broadcasts of football games, called play-by-play for basketball games, and ran camera for Fox Sports Net during many basketball games as well.

In addition to the great experience at school, Dominic was fortunate enough to work at KTRV in Boise, Idaho the summer before his senior year as a sports intern where he covered BSU (his favorite football team), and was fortunate enough to be used on-air, and went out on his own to shoot stories. He also acted as a reporter for "Cougars All-Access" on Fox Sports Net.

He is thrilled to be in Montana, and even looking forward to the snow so he can be up on the many beautiful mountains snowboarding. In his spare time, Dominic can be found on the soccer field, basketball court, working out at the gym, or enjoying one of Montana's tremendous breweries.

Please feel free to contact Dominic with any questions or story ideas.

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