Justin Corr began his career with Bilbao & Co. in 2019. He has nearly two decades of experience in storytelling, connecting with people on-air and off, and informing the public. That experience has taught Justin how to develop messages to get to the heart of what people want and need to hear.
In his time with Bilbao & Co., he has handled critical messaging for an array of clients. He’s helped shape public images for companies, projects and elected officials by creating productive relationships with media. He’s helped advance policy by shaping public opinion of issues and legislation.He’s also helped grow various brands to get real results in the marketplace. He’s especially proud of his work on the Give Cold Feet the Boot Campaign for Optum Idaho, which donates more than one-thousand pairs of warm winter boots to deserving students across Idaho every year.
Justin’s award-winning broadcast journalism career spanned 17 years, three newsrooms, and two states. He started at KTVB-Channel 7 in Boise as an assistant producer, but quickly grew into a lead producer, photographer, and worked on the assignment desk. In 2004, he became the weekend sports anchor for KMVT in Twin Falls. After just six months, he returned to KTVB where he anchored, produced, and reported on sports and news for the next decade. Justin had a particular affinity for political reporting, and became the Statehouse reporter for the top station in Idaho. He won more than a dozen awards for his work.
In 2015, Justin became a morning anchor at KY3/KSPR, and moved his family to Springfield, Missouri. Justin also reported on politics, crime, and breaking news in the Show Me State. But in February of 2019, Justin had an incredible opportunity to grow professionally at a dynamic public affairs firm. So, he returned home to start a new career with Bilbao & Co.
Justin first arrived in Idaho as a child, when his family moved to Meridian. He attended Meridian Middle School, Centennial High School, and Eagle High School. He enrolled at Boise State University where he majored in communication.
He currently lives with his wife, two sons, and two dogs in Boise. You’ll frequently find them enjoying Idaho’s incredible outdoors and family events in the City of Trees.