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This blog is presented by KNOM. KNOM is an award-winning, non-profit radio station located in Nome, Alaska, just south of the Arctic Circle. The station broadcasts at 96.1 FM and 780 AM and can be heard all over Western Alaska: from Bethel to Barrow (the northernmost town in the United States) and throughout the villages and rural stretches of the Alaskan Bush. Occasionally, KNOM's signal has even reached across the Pacific, to listeners in Russia and Japan. A combination of paid staff, full-time volunteers, and private donors keep KNOM on the air. The station's volunteer program lies at the heart of KNOM's history and mission. Every year, a handful of exceptional individuals are chosen to work as DJs, news reporters, producers, writers, and music directors; all gain invaluable, live radio experience and contribute to the community life of Nome and beyond. The station is funded entirely by private donors, almost all of whom reside in the "Lower 48" (or contiguous United States). Their generosity and support make KNOM possible.
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