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Ross Mitchell

Born: Jan 12, 1955

Nationality: United States

Ross Mitchell

Date of Birth : Jan 12, 1955

Ross D. Mitchell is an American radio news anchor and voice-over artist. Current co-anchor of Reno's Morning News on KKOH, Mitchell is known most widely as the former announcer on the nationally syndicated Coast to Coast AM radio show with Art Bell and George Noory. Mitchell began working in radio at age 13. He graduated from the University of the Pacific with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications. Mitchell was a disc jockey, news director, and reporter in California. In 1983, he moved to Reno, Nevada and joined radio station KKOH. He currently hosts Reno's Morning News on weekday mornings from 5 a.m. to 9 a.m. Mitchell was also the voice of XM Talk on XM channel 168 from 2009 to 2013. Phil Hendrie has parodied Art Bell for many years on his own radio talk show, and impersonations of Mitchell's program introductions have always been an important element. Usually, these are focused on variants of "East of the Rockies, call...", twisted around to "If you're calling from Hell, or from Haiti, call 666-666..." and similar. ZZ Top has also spotlighted Mitchell, featuring a clip of his introduction of the band on the album XXX.

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