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Marc Cox has been the host of “The Marc Cox Show” on FM NewsTalk 97.1 since 2010. He is an Emmy award winning veteran of Television News, with a career that covered 5 states, 4 TV stations, 3 radio stations, and 25 years.  He spent 19 of those years at KMOV-TV, as an anchor, reporter, and producer, and covered some of the nation’s biggest stories.  You may remember some of those stories: The Oklahoma City bombing, the O.J. Simpson trial, the Chris Coleman murder trial, and he believes he should receive a lifetime achievement award for standing in the most snowdrifts during Storm Mode coverage.  Along the way he was honored by the Associated Press, and the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, receiving multiple Emmy nominations, and two Emmy awards.

He is also a public servant - he has represented the 4th Ward on the Wildwood City Council since 2014.

Marc lives in Wildwood with his wife Michelle, three children, a golden retriever, and a 19 lb cat that thinks it's a lion. 

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