Kelly Dillon is an accomplished broadcaster, journalist, and voice over artist with over 12 years of experience. She currently can be heard weekday afternoons and evenings reporting the traffic on WCBS 880AM and WFAN. Prior to joining the team at CBS Radio, the New Jersey native could be seen and heard in NYC and beyond reporting the traffic and news for Good Day New York on Fox 5, 1010 WINS, Bloomberg Radio, ESPN, and NJ 101.5. She also served as the fill-in traffic reporter for all four of Connecticut’s news channels; WFSB, NBC Connecticut, Fox 61, and WTNH.

When she’s not helping tri-state area commuters avoid backups on the roads, the seasoned entertainment journalist can be found interviewing big name celebrities like Martha Stewart, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Andy Cohen. Previously Kelly served as the senior reporter and fashion editor for NJ Advance Media’s social and style website, OMJ.com. There she hosted and produced online videos ranging from celebrity interviews to hair and beauty tutorials. Now she shares her passion for fashion as the editor-in-chief of her popular style and beauty blog, kellydillon.com. She has had the honor of working with prestigious brands such as La Mer, L’Oréal, Suave, Armani Beauty, Glossybox, Banana Republic, Landmark Hospitality, Doyle New York, and so many more.

Kelly got her start in the broadcasting industry as a DJ, traffic and entertainment reporter in Sussex County, NJ on 102.3 WSUS, 103.7 WNNJ, and Max 106.3. She was also a news reporter for 1500 AM WGHT, and has anchored the news nationwide for iHeartMedia’s iHeartRadio app.

In addition to her work in radio and television, Kelly is an experienced voice over artist. Her voice can be heard in radio commercials across the country and she previously held the title as the imaging voice for Max 106.3.

Kelly began her career as a DJ and news anchor at Seton Hall University’s radio station 89.5 FM WSOU where she was known as “Malibu Kelly.” When she’s not on the radio, the Bravoholic (she watches all of the Real Housewives franchises), can be found soaking in NYC history at her favorite local museums like The Frick Collection, shopping in Soho and Garden State Plaza, or hunting for antiques upstate or in Western NJ.


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