Kyle Clark has a couple of things that many other TV anchors lack: a personality and a sense of humor. He boasts legitimate journalistic skills, too, as last year's encounter with a talking-point-fixated Representative Mike Coffman demonstrated, so he's not out of his depth when the subjects demand straightforward, serious delivery. But Clark also knows how to subtly comment on material with a simple shift of tone when doing so is appropriate, and he's comfortable tweaking the conventions of the form, most memorably during his manifesto about boring photos of snowy patios. Oh, yeah: His eyes are nice, too.
Readers' choice: Kyle Clark