Greg began his career in broadcasting in 1979 as a radio sportscaster and an aspiring "DJ" on KNHC-FM, a 3,000-watt High School radio station. While in High School and early on at Seattle Central Community College, Greg interned and worked part-time at several Radio and Television Stations.
Transferring to Eastern Washington University in 1985, Greg worked toward his Bachelor of Arts in Radio and Television Production with a minor in Photographic Arts.
While in Cheney, Greg worked for King Broadcasting’s KREM 2 Television in Spokane, WA.
After Graduation he made the move in 1987 from KREM to KTVH in Helena, Montana
Greg worked at KTVH through three ownership changes: KTVH Inc. under MBA Hall of Fame inductee, Don Bradley; Big Sky Broadcasting under longtime broadcaster John Radeck; and Sunbelt Communications Company / Intermountain West Communications Company (IWCC).
Starting as a newscast director and commercial producer/director and moving through to Director of Creative Services. Greg earned several Montana Addy Awards, Telly Awards and Montana Broadcasters-EB Awards for commercial production and promotion. Moving through positions at KTVH, he next went into sales and marketing for the station and finally in 2012 he became General Manager for Beartooth Communications Company a subsidiary of IWCC – KTVH, Helena; KBGF, Great Falls; KBAO, Lewistown; and KBBJ, Havre.
When Grey Television acquired KTVH / KBGF late in 2014, Greg moved back into radio after 26 years at KTVH.
Greg has been with the locally owned Montana Radio Company since November of 2014 as a Marketing Specialist.
Outside of his Radio/Television work Greg has been involved with the Helena Chamber of Commerce board; West Mont Foundation Board; NBC Affiliate Board chair for Region 7; Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds and Fairgrounds Foundation Board at-large; and The Montana Broadcasters Association since 2012.