America's Morning News is a nationally syndicated morning-drive radio news show, which proves to be an innovative new format aimed at showcasing investigative reporting, accountability journalism and live reporting directly from the nation's capital. The show represents a full spectrum ranging from breaking investigative reports in real-time to entertainment news, financial news, interviews, commentary and point vs. counterpoint.
Dana Mills, Co-anchor of America’s Morning News has extensive news anchoring and radio broadcasting experience. Her first experience as news anchor was in 1984, in Denver, CO where she anchored for one of the top rated stations in market and received the honor of Best Radio News Team in America, from The Radio Television News Directors Association. Mills then moved to Detroit where she anchored on the #1 radio station in Detroit, the sixth largest metro market in the U.S. providing anchored afternoon newscasts. After some time a special news show was created, just for Mills, similar to America’s Morning News format, airing during the afternoon drive time. Mills new program helped the station by providing ratings gains, ranking it as the #1 show in Detroit, at the time. Mills then moved on to Detroit’s CBS affiliate, teaming with Dick Purtan, a well-known morning personality, to become part of an ensemble, morning drive radio program where she remained up until 2008. Dana Mills is a graduate of Kent State University, where she majored in Journalism.