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´╗┐Bryan Busby

Coming to KMBC 9 NEWS in 1985, Chief Meteorologist Bryan Busby quickly established himself as Kansas Citys leading meteorologist. In addition, Bryan serves as Chief Meteorologist for The Chiefs Fox Football Radio Network and is heard on NewsRadio 980 and 98.1 FM, KMBZ. Patent No. 5,943,630.

Fun, interaction, and community outreach are key ingredients that make Bryan Kansas Citys favorite television personality. I never know what to expect when I do an onlocation weather report. Spontaneous reactions make my job fun and sometimes very challenging.

Bryan is considered one of the premier broadcast meteorologists in the country. Bryan was appointed to the National Chapter of the American Meteorological Societys Board of Broadcast Meteorologists, and named Chairman for that committee 19971998. That same year, he was considered for the weathercaster position at Good Morning America. He was 1 of only 10 weathercasters selected to be showcased by the Weather Channels Americas Forecasters series.

Bryans awards include:

National Chapter of American Meteorological Society?s Award for Broadcast Meteorology 2010 Read More About ItEMMY AWARDS 1984, 1993, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2009, 2010EMMY NOMINEE 1985, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2006, 2007TEN OUTSTANDING YOUNG MISSOURIANS, MISSOURI JAYCEES 1992KANSAS CITY MEDIA PROFESSIONALS HALL OF FAME 1991BLACK ACHIEVERS AWARD, SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 1987

Bryans interest in weather began in Cleveland, Ohio, when he was a child. As he studied weather, he realized that television was for him. In high school, he broadcast weather reports for two Clevelandbased radio stations. After this beginning in radio, Bryan earned his degree in meteorology from St. Louis University.

He got his start as a TV weatherman at 17. In 1978, he began working at KTVI, Channel 2 in St. Louis. Though only an intern, he was on the air after only eight weeks at the station as the weekend weathercaster. He remained in St. Louis for eight years before joining KMBC 9 NEWS. I will keep doing TV weather until it is not fun anymore. That is a FEW more years down the road, Busby laughs.

A natural showman with wit and personality, Bryans performing is not limited to television. Bryan is also the principal timpanist for the Kansas City Civic Orchestra performing five or six times a year. Professionally, he served as the solo timpanist with the Independence Messiah Festival Orchestra playing in that groups annual performance of the Messiah at the Community of Christ Auditorium from 1992 until the orchestra?s last year in 2005. He?s performed with the Kansas City Symphony, the Kansas City Percussion Quartet, and even performed with the Moody Blues at Verizon Amphitheater. He has also been a private timpani instructor to many of the areas best student musicians.