KFMJ WINS "GOLDIE" AWARD See Also > BOB KERN INDUCTED INTO HALL OF FAME
Ketchikan radio station KFMJ-FM struck gold at the Alaska Broadcaster's Association Goldie awards banquet in Anchorage in November, bringing home a Goldie Awards.
KFMJ Manager Bob Kern said, "We're really pleased to have received this award,"
"The competition was really keen and I'm very proud of the people who contributed their talent to earn this award for KFMJ," He said.
The Goldie awards are the Alaska version of the "Emmy" awards, recognizing excellence in radio and television broadcasting. The entries are judged by an independent panel of broadcast professionals from across the nation. This year's awards were judged by the Montana Broadcasters Association.
KFMJ's Julie Slanaker and Ketchikan High School Correspendent Jordan Flory teamed-up to win the Service To Community Goldie for the weekly KayHi Sports and Activities Report. The report is sponsored by Ketchikan Public Utilities.
KFMJ is Ketchikan's only locally-owned commercial radio station. The station is owned and operated by TLP Communications, Inc., of Ketchikan.