KNBA - KBC

People

  • Host & Producer - INDIGEFI

    Alexis Sallee grew up in Anchorage, Alaska of Iñupiat descent. Her love for sound for film and music started at an early age and found its focus in radio when she joined the KNBA team after graduating high school. After working as an 

  • Associate Producer - Native America Calling

    Andi Murphy (Navajo) is from Crownpoint, N.M., a small town on the Navajo Nation reservation. She has been a writer since she learned how to use a pencil. She evolved into a journalist, from a creative writer, during her first year in college...

  • Host & Producer - National Native News

    Antonia Gonzales is a member of the Navajo Nation and grew up in Arizona and New Mexico.  She is the Anchor and Producer of the award winning nationally syndicated radio program National Native News, which airs on tribal and public radio...

  • Executive Producer & Manager of National Programming - KBC

    Art Hughes, Executive Producer: Art is a veteran radio and multimedia journalist with extensive experience in public and community-based organizations as well as commercial media. Before joining Koahnic Broadcast Corporation in 2015, he...

  • Network Manager - KOAHNIC BROADCAST CORPORATION
  • Chief Operating Officer - Koahnic Broadcast Corporation
  • Office Manager - Koahnic Broadcast Corporation

    Cindy is Office Manager for Koahnic Broadcast Corporation. She also is involved with membership, traffic and billing. Originally from California she moved to Alaska in 2007 and has 32 years of experience in broadcast.

  • National Resource Development Specialist - KBC

    Clifton Chadwick is a lifelong resident of Albuquerque New Mexico, a graduate of the University of New Mexico's College of Fine Arts and the father of three daughters.
    Clifton comes to Public Radio after a 25 year career working in...

  • Morning Line Host & Music Director - KNBA

    Hailing originally from the Puget Sound region of Washington State, Danny Preston has lived in Alaska for more than 30 years. His career in radio began in 1991, and since 2004 he has hosted KNBA’s Morning Line program. He is also the station’s...

  • President and CEO - Koahnic Broadcast Corporation

      As Koahnic Broadcast Corporation and KNBA’s President and CEO, Sallee provides leadership for all of Koahnic’s operations. These include the national programming division that produces Native America Calling, National Native News ...

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