Mark Feuerborn joined the NBC4 newsroom as the Digital Executive Producer in May 2022, after serving as the News Operations Manager at its Kansas sister station, KSNT 27 News, for nearly five years. He covers local news in central Ohio, including the state’s COVID-19 trends and the progress of Intel’s semiconductor plant expansion into the area.
Mark grew up in the suburbs of Kansas City, and studied journalism at Washburn University in Topeka. On campus, he worked for the Washburn Review newspaper as an investigative reporter and later editor in chief. Mark first got into broadcasting starting as a camera operator for PBS affiliate KTWU11 on various original shows, including their Emmy Award-winning Holiday Vespers program.
Mark has been part of several awards during his news career. His coverage of a fallen Topeka police officer won 2019 Heart of America Gold and Silver awards from the Kansas City Society of Professional Journalists. Mark played a role in winning 2019 and 2021 best station website awards from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters. He was also part of KSNT’s 2020 Regional Murrow Award-winning team for the station’s coverage of a Junction City area police officer who falsified an expletive written on his McDonald’s coffee order.