Audra StreetmanAudra Streetman joined the CBS4 team in July 2019 as a digital producer and assignment editor. Audra monitors breaking news, helps reporters with their assignments and contributes to digital media platforms in the newsroom.

Born and raised in Colorado, Audra attended Regis Jesuit High School in Aurora and the University of Colorado at Boulder. She graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, minor in Political Science and certificate in International Media. Audra has worked as a reporter, producer and anchor in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Palm Springs, California and Louisville, Kentucky.

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Audra is excited to be back in her hometown, covering stories that impact local communities. She believes it is important to give back to the community and regularly volunteers at Rose Medical Center. Audra enjoys all of the mountain activities, including skiing, hiking and spending time with her family in Steamboat Springs.

If you have a story idea for Audra, email her at ajstreetman@cbs.com.

Just The Facts

Position: Assignment Manager/Digital Producer
Year hired: 2019
Alma Mater: University of Colorado at Boulder
Why I am journalist: I’m a curious person and I believe it’s important to be informed, especially about our local community. I enjoy sharing stories that would not otherwise be told.
Most memorable interview: In my first job, I had a Hometown Hero series where I would interview a different veteran each week about their service. We touched on important issues, including post-traumatic stress disorder and the transition from military to civilian life.
Role model: My mom
Job you would never attempt: Tower climber – I’m terrified of heights
Star sign: Cancer
First TV appearance: CU SportsMag, a student-run sports show at the University of Colorado at Boulder
First story: A bank robbery in Fort Wayne, Indiana
Favorite story: I had the opportunity to travel on an Honor Flight with 70 WWII, Vietnam and Korean War veterans to see the monuments honoring their service in Washington, D.C.
Hidden talent: I grew up dancing and used to teach ballet
Favorite musician: Dolly Parton
Hometown: Centennial
Hobbies: Skiing, hiking, baking, cooking
Favorite food: Thai food
Favorite sports team: Denver Nuggets
Favorite author: Viktor Frankl
Favorite vacation spot: Steamboat Springs
What one word best describes CBS4: Teamwork
Least favorite household chore: Laundry
Favorite noise: A baby’s laugh
Least favorite noise: My alarm
What keeps you in Colorado? Where to start… the mountains, sunshine, snow, altitude, my family and great co-workers.
What’s the biggest risk you’ve taken? Moving to my first job in Indiana, not knowing anyone and never visiting the city.