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Iditarod 2014: Want race coverage? We’ve Got It.

Iditarod Ceremonial Start

IDITAROD 42 IS UPON US. DOGS, TRAIL, SLEDS, STRATEGY, SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, SNOW, NO SNOW, WIND… IT’S AN EXCITING RACE! And KNOM will be there in the mix of it all, bringing the best coverage to you on KNOM-AM & FM and right here on our website, from start to glorious finish on Front Street in Nome.

Coverage begins Saturday at the Ceremonial Start in downtown Anchorage. Tune into KNOM at 10am as we broadcast live Saturday morning, direct from 4th Avenue. Coverage continues on-air beginning on Monday, March 3, with daily race updates at 9a, 12p, and 5p. Also tune in during these times to hear musher interviews delivered by race reporter Laureli Kinneen.

And brand new this year, web coverage includes blogging and photographs from trail blogger David Dodman. Any time of day, come to www.knom.org and see the latest photos and comments on all the action from checkpoint to checkpoint along the trail.

KNOM’s race coverage is brought to you this year by sponsors including Bering Straits Native Corporation, Northern Air Cargo, Nome Joint Utility System, Norton Sound Economic Development Corporation, TelAlaska, and Wells Fargo.

3 Responses to “Iditarod 2014: Want race coverage? We’ve Got It.”

  1. Matt hammersley

    Loving the KNOM coverage as always!! All the way from england UK.
    Keep up the good work and pass on our thanks to loreli !

    • Laura Collins

      Thanks for following us Matt! It’s great to get feedback from around the world. Keep listening! We’re following right up to the end in Nome. Happy trails!

  2. Lucy Chaplin Trumbull

    Laureli’s interviews were among the best coverage during the entire race – I listened to them on my way home from work every evening, completely spellbound. Thank you SO much!

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