Ken Rudulph is the co-host of “Good Day Sacramento.” Ken was born and raised in Sacramento and graduated from Cordova High School (go, Lancers!), then CSUS with a bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism. His first media job out of college was with KMAX 31. After interning for the sports department—under the invaluable tutelage of Grant Napier—he was hired as a news reporter and joined the “Good Day Sacramento” team in its infancy. Ken was also the co-founder and lead singer of Sammy-nominated funk/rock band Mama’s Gravy.
In 1997 Ken moved to Los Angeles where he worked as a sports anchor for local news network OCN; as a sketch-comedy sports host on Fox’s “Best Damn Sports Show Period”; and as the founding host of TVG, the nation’s first interactive horseracing network. Ken is also a contributor to the Onion News Network and has appeared in more than two dozen films and TV series, including “Bruce Almighty,” “Smokin’ Aces” and “True Blood.”
Fifteen years after leaving Sacramento, Ken returns to his hometown with his wife and son to start what he calls his “dream job,” sitting alongside former colleagues Marianne McClary, Tina Machua and Mark S. Allen on the set of “Good Day Sacramento.”
Remember phone booths? No? Well, back before everyone had a cell phone (and the cell phones actually worked), you had to use a pay phone to call someone from outside your home or office.
Sure, they don’t go to the office, but stay-at-home dads work, that’s for sure! Today we look at the top insults that people use, whether they know it or not, against these fathers.
In today’s Manly Minute, Ken shared five dating tips for short guys.
For men turning 50 and being single can be really tough. You may have to make an adjustment to remain attractive to women. Do you want to be one of the upper 10% of available men that women seek in a relationship? If so, here are five ways to be more interesting to women.
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There comes a turning point in every wine drinker’s life, when they become a wine lover.
Ken checks out some super cool reptiles that will be showcased in Sacramento’s Reptile Show.
A former CIA officer reveals safety and survival techniques to keep you and your family protected!! When Jason Hanson joined the CIA in 2003, he never imagined that the same tactics he used as a CIA officer for counter intelligence, surveillance, and protecting agency personnel would prove to be essential in every day civilian life.
Our favorite hair helper Shawn L. Brown is back! Today the Hair Doctor is answering all your questions and dishing on the psychology of hair!
Today, students literally attend class dressed in the pajamas they slept in, show up to presentations in athletic gear, and have to be taught how to tie a necktie.