KellieAnn Halvorsen

Radio Producer, Massage Therapist, and Creative Nerd.

Halvorsen is a multi-talented professional in the Salt Lake Valley. A Strategic Communications Specialist, KSL’s The Movie Show producer, the author of “Ellie the Drama Princess: A Child’s Introduction to the Theater Process” and other written works, massage therapist, nerd, and an arts advocate. Explore the website and follow the links to learn more about Halvorsen, her talents, her writing, and to support her creative projects.

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KSL Newsradio Producer: The Movie Show

Listen for reviews of the new movie releases, special guests, the latest movie news and more with Utah’s Doug Wright and Steve Salles. 

  • Listen Fridays from 9am to noon at 1160 AM & 102.7 FM, online, on the app, or if you can’t listen live listen on delay as a podcast online, in iTunes, on stitcher and more
  • Join us after the broadcast for The Movie Show After Party on the KSL Newsradio Facebook pages @KSLNewsradio for fun film discussions and a chance to win a prize.
  • Follow The Movie Show Facebook page @TheMovieShow throughout the week for the latest breaking movie news and Movie Show updates.
  • Get exclusive perks by joining The Movie Show Club! Text “Movie” to 57500 or sign up online. Membership includes Movie Show swag, a chance to win tickets to exclusive VIP movie screenings, an invitation to our closed Facebook group, being part of an active community of movie-lovers, and a membership card.

Current Projects: 

  • GoFundMe campaign for Legal Expenses in Human Rights Case: Lisa Marie’s Legacy: Change How We Medically Treat Our Incarcerated Population
    • April 3, 2019, marks the third anniversary of the death of Lisa Marie Ostler while in the Utah criminal justice system. Lisa Marie a 37-year-old mother of three young children, died because of gross incompetence and deliberate indifference of staff and officials at the Salt Lake County Jail. Her family is now asking for your support with their efforts to make real and lasting changes to how we medically treat our incarcerated citizens. Please consider a donation today in Lisa’s memory and to support her family and children in their legal battle toward justice. 

 


View her resume, portfolio, and contact Halvorsen here.