Mark Bedor has been writing about the American West for the last fifteen years. His articles and photographs have appeared in more than two dozen magazines, including Cowboys & Indians, American Cowboy, America’s Horse, and many others. He’s also the author of two coffee table Books, Great Ranches of Today’s Wild West, and the upcoming Great Rides of Today’s Wild West, both from Skyhorse Publishing of New York.
The avid horseman and longtime TV News writer, reporter and anchor is now combining his television experience with his passion for the West to create the new TV show, Today’s Wild West, coming soon to RFD-TV. See the debut episode right here on the website, where you can also check out Mark’s Western Photography, and take a listen to his debut Music CD as well. Happy Trails!
Over the last fifteen-plus years Mark has had hundreds of articles on the American West, accompanied by his photography, published in more than two dozen magazines – including Cowboys & Indians, Western Horseman, American Cowboy, Montana Magazine, Northwest Travel, Alaska Airlines, and many other. He’s also the author of two coffee table photography books on the West, including: Great Ranches of Today’s Wild West – a ten by twelve hardcover profiling more than two dozen dude ranches with more than 200 color photographs; and the brand new Great Rides of Today’s Wild West – profiling more than two dozen horseback adventures with more than 300 color photographs, including such iconic Western destinations as Yellowstone, the Custer Battlefield, South Dakota’s Buffalo Roundup, Death Valley, Tombstone, and many more,
Bedor is also a long-time TV News anchor, reporter, writer and producer, most recently working as a news writer for KCBS-TV in Los Angeles. Other career stops include WHO-TV in Des Moines, WOTV 41 in Battle Creek Michigan, KCPM in Chico, California, and KIMT in Mason City, Iowa.
Today’s Wild West is the perfect vehicle to share the stories and adventures of the American West Mark knows and loves, and to inspire people everywhere how they can experence the West, its people, horses and adventure, for themselves.