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Communicorn, Eva, and Me

Communicorn (n.) A Community unicorn; a toy unicorn shared by a community; a community-centered unicorn that excels in the field of mass communications. See also, unicorns (magical creature), and The Unicorns (band). Donated to the KNOM Volunteer house by our late music director, the Communicorn comes to us with a wide range of talents. He…

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Wear Snow Pants: A Cheechako’s Guide to Alaskan Livin’

Cheechako: noun. (From the Chinook jargon) a person newly arrived to the mining districts of Alaska or Northwest Canada; roughly translates to “newcomer” or “tenderfoot”.  Despite being a cheechako, I have learned a few things about life in the last frontier these past few months. I would like to share some of these with you.…

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Audio Theatre 101 – Producing the Christmas Play

This post may contain spoilers from the 2012 Christmas Play – Elements of Christmas. If you haven’t listened to it yet, listen to it here: Ahh, the sounds of a radio play. Or, as more and more people listen to audio from the web, just an “Audio Play.” Or “Audio Theatre,” if you want to…

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The people who keep us on the air

Last week, we welcomed the last of this year’s five volunteers to Nome. Lucus Keppel is from Michigan and has committed one year to the KNOM Radio Mission. He joins Margaret, Eva, Dayneé, and Josh. They look forward to a wonderful year of service to listeners in remote bush communities. As always, we thank everyone who helps us overcome…

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