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    Employment Opportunities

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on May 01, 16:27

    CURRENT JOB OPENINGS:   News Reporter Purpose of Position: Gather information, write news copy, and deliver information for broadcast and on-line platforms in a professional, compelling, creative, and balanced manner, consistent with the goals and guidelines of Denali Media. Send resume to janis@ktva.com   News Producer Purpose of Position: Produce compelling, balanced, creative and informative newscasts for […]

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    Contact Us

    by KTVA CBS 11 News on Mar 31, 16:30

    MAIN STUDIO ADDRESS: 1001 Northway Drive St. 202 Anchorage, AK 99508 General Email: comment@ktva.com   NEWS TIPS: (907) 274-1111 11news@ktva.com   TRANSMISSION PROBLEMS: Having issues receiving KTVA?   Try this. Still having issues?  Contact our engineers: antenna@ktva.com   SALES/ADVERTISING: Rick Boots / Director of Sales Ph: (907) 929-9712 rboots@denalimediaalaska.com   PROGRAMMING: Cyd Terhune / Program Director cterhune@denalimediaalaska.com Ph: 907-929-9739 […]

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    Joe Vigil

    by Joe Vigil on Jan 20, 1:56

    I can remember 50 below wind chill weather as a kid growing up in Willmar, Minn. I know parts of Alaska may get that cold, so I feel right at home here in the Land of the Midnight Sun! This is my twenty-second year working in television news. Watching news in high school I was […]

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    Emily Carlson

    by Emily Carlson on Jan 20, 1:12

    Growing up in Minneapolis in a family with a rich history of reporting the news, I caught the journalism bug at the tender age of 5. There’s a picture of me holding a spoon, pretending to report the “breaking news” that Santa was about to arrive from the Christmas tree. My grandfather owned a small-town […]

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    Carlos Faura

    by Carlos Faura on Jan 20, 1:06

    I grew up in Southern California and as an avid outdoorsman, I love fishing, hiking, skiing, and many other outdoor sports where it’s pretty important to know the weather. For as long as I can remember, monitoring the weather has been an exciting part of my life. And I love to talk. So it was only natural for me […]

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    Dave Goldman

    by Dave Goldman on Jan 20, 1:05

    I’m one of those lucky people doing exactly what I’d hoped while growing up in East Meadow, New York. As a graduate of the University of Maryland, I spent many memorable summers lifeguarding at country clubs on Long Island and as an usher at Shea Stadium for the New York Mets. I thought cool jobs were a good idea so […]

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    Rhonda McBride

    by Rhonda McBride on Jan 20, 1:04

    Alaska truly is the Last Frontier of great storytelling. Although I’ve been a reporter in Alaska since 1988, my “to do” list of stories is ever a work in progress. Whether it’s finding ways around the extreme weather or geographical challenges, or creative applications of new technology or ancient traditions, Alaskans are always pushing into […]

  • Meet The Team

    Megan Mazurek

    by Megan Mazurek on Jan 20, 1:04

    The people are what make Alaska great; the natural beauty wildlife are just a bonus! I grew up in Nikiski, AK and love being able to share stories and current events with my family, friends and community before they start their day. On Daybreak, I can share my love for a good cup of coffee […]

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    Heather Hintze

    by Heather Hintze on Jan 20, 1:04

    I’m a Montana girl, born and raised. I was born in Sidney, Montana but when I was 6 my family moved to Whitefish. It’s a ski town, but I don’t ski or snowboard; I am fond of ice skating and sledding. Curling up with a cup of chai tea and reading a good book is […]

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    Brett Shepard

    by Brett Shepard on Jan 20, 1:03

    Weather is my life. I have been forecasting the weather in Alaska since October 2002. I graduated from Western Illinois University in May 2002 with a B.S. in meteorology and a minor in broadcasting. The advent of The Weather Channel in the 80s is what really got me interested in weather. I was the weird […]

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    James Gaddis

    by James Gaddis on Jan 20, 1:03

    “If you love it so much, why don’t you move there?” I honestly don’t remember who said it, but for years the question never left the back of my mind. So, in September of 2013, I embarked on a road trip across the continent to fulfill a dream of living in Alaska and a career […]

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    Alexis Fernandez

    by Alexis Fernandez on Jan 20, 1:02

    I was born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska and I am very happy to be back home! As a teenager, I dreamed of becoming a choreographer but quickly learned that my lack of rhythm wasn’t going to get me far. After high school, I attended the University of Alaska Fairbanks, where I met a journalism […]

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    Lauren Maxwell

    by Lauren Maxwell on Jan 20, 1:02

    People sometimes seem surprised when I tell them I have worked for KTVA for 27 years, but only for a minute. Usually they pause and say “That’s great, I knew I’d been watching you for a long time!” It’s difficult to say when my journey as a journalist began. I grew up in suburban Philadelphia […]

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    Janessa Webb

    by Janessa Webb on Jan 20, 1:01

    I’m a homegrown Alaskan who happens to really dislike the cold. People who meet me usually don’t believe I’m from the Last Frontier. I originally got into television journalism thinking only about the word “television.” I’ve always been a pretty shy person, but the minute I had a microphone in my hand and the camera […]

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    Shannon Ballard

    by Shannon Ballard on Jan 20, 1:01

    This Utah girl hasn’t always had a love for writing. Before I discovered journalism, my passion was in the sky. I attended Utah State University, originally for climatology, but eventually made the switch over to broadcast journalism. Best decision I’ve ever made! After graduating, I headed to New York City and dabbled in financial news, […]

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    Rontina McCann

    by Rontina McCann on Jan 20, 1:00

    I grew up between my childhood home in West Virginia and Gainesville, Florida,  so that’s just like Anchorage, right? There are really a ton of similarities and I’m excited to explore all the differences. Alaska reminds me of the Mountain State: Both states are rich in natural beauty, resources and adventure! Of course I love […]

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    Jake Edmonds

    by Jake Edmonds on Jan 04, 14:33

    What a great way to start my sports broadcasting career! When I graduated from BYU in April of 2014, I had no idea where I would end up and I really couldn’t have hoped for a better place than Anchorage and specifically KTVA. I grew up just south of Salt Lake City, so I have […]

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    Bonney Bowman

    by Bonney Bowman on Jan 04, 1:01

    After spending the first 18 years of my life in Chicago, I thought I was well prepared for Alaska’s climate. Then on my first day in Anchorage, I saw a moose and realized I may have underestimated just how different the last frontier really is! I’m excited to be reporting for the new KTVA. I’ve […]

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    Jason Sear

    by Jason Sear on Jan 01, 12:56

    Like many, I moved to Alaska because of a job. Unlike many, my path to Alaska – and eventually Anchorage – started in the bush. My first trip to Alaska came in 2011, when I landed in Dillingham with 2 suitcases and my dog, Amos. I spent 3 years as Program Director at KDLG Public Radio. It’s […]

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    Hope Miller

    by Hope Miller on Jan 01, 12:55

    I’m thrilled to be living in the Last Frontier and working in the journalism field. I was born and raised in Midland, Texas, and later moved to the Dallas area. I’ve always loved to write and learn new things, but it wasn’t until I took a newspaper class in high school that I discovered my […]