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Frank Chythlook

Operations & Production Coordinator - KNBA

Frank Chythlook hosts KNBA's mid-day Native Music programming from 10am to 11am. He's also the Operations and Production Coordinator for the station.  Frank has been involved in broadcasting for years, and was first involved with KNBA as an Alaska Native Youth Media Institute participant in 1994.  Frank returned to KNBA a second time in 2001 after snagging a Broadcast degree from the University of Alaska in Fairbanks, where Frank worked for a commercial TV new station and volunteer-hosted at KSUA 91.5 FM - College and volunteered at the KUAC 89.9FM membership drives.   Frank has since served as an instructor in media production at the Alaska Native Heritage Center, worked as an academic advisor at UAF, and as an FM announcer at KUAC.

Frank hails from the Bristol Bay community of Aleknagik and boasts that he once caught a 28lb king salmon on a rod and reel back when those fish were plentiful.

 

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Todays guest on Morning Line featured Neil Chandler, manager of the Soldiers Heart Program at the Southcentral Foundation. He spoke with KNBA Producer Frank Chythlook about an upcoming training aimed at veterans.

 

As Heard on Morning Line: Identity, Inc.

Jun 11, 2018
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Today’s guests on Morning Line featured JJ Harrier and Shelby Wilson from Indentity, a statewide LGBT organization that aims to advance Alaska’s LGBT community through advocacy, education and connectivity. They spoke with KNBA Producer Frank Chythlook about Anchorage Pride Week.

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Todays guests on Morning Line featured Katie St. John, the Director of Programs and Grants at the Alaska Community Foundation and Vanessa Meade, a Clinical Asistant Professor at the University of Alaska, Anchorage School of Social Work. They spoke with Morning Line host Frank Chythlook about the Alaska Women Veterans Listening Session.

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Today’s guest on Morning Line featured Carol Atkinson, an alumni of Anchorage Highschool, the very first high school in Anchorage.

Since its conception on January 28, 1939, the school served as the only high school in Anchorage until 1963, when East High School opened. "If we had a basketball game, the whole town turned out it seemed. It was so exciting to go to school here in Anchorage." Eventually, Anchorage High school was later renamed West High School 

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Today’s guest on Morning Line featured Dana Diehl, the Director of Wellness and Prevention at the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.  She spoke with Morning Line host Frank Chythlook about Garden of Roses, a camp for girls who are survivors of sexual abuse.

As Heard on Morning Line: David Ramseur

May 25, 2018
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Today’s guest on Morning Line featured Alaskan journalist David Ramseur, author of the book Melting the Ice Curtain: The Extraordinary Story of Citizen Diplomacy on the Russia-Alaska Frontier.

 

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Today’s guest on Morning Line featured Kristen Collins, an organizer at the Alaska Center. She spoke with Morning Line host Frank Chythlook about Solarized Anchorage, a new program happening in the communities of Anchorage.

As Heard on Morning Line - Steven Moore

May 22, 2018
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Today’s guest on Morning Line featured Mossy Raven, also known as Steven Moore. He played us a preview of his upcoming performance tonight at the Writers Block by performing his songs, ‘Pika’s Prance’ and ‘the Raven’s Home.’

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Today's Morning Line featured guest Adam Baldwin, the Director of Community Partnerships and Outreach at the Anchorage Museum. 

This year marks the Museum's 50th Anniversary. Formed in 1968, the mission of the museum has been to connect people, expand perspectives and encourage global dialogue about the North and its distinct environment. The museum began with less than 200 objects and 1500 images on loan from the Cook Inlet Historical Society. Now, the Anchorage Museum of History and Art has four expansions and continues to work alongside the community. 

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Today’s guests on Morning Line featured Our Community contributor, Rodney McCord and AHTNA dance group member, Arthur Stevens.

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