KSUT Open House

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Eddie Box Jr., namesake of the new building, and members of the Southern Ute Tribal Council sit down with hosts Tami Graham and Sheila Nanaeto to reminisce on memories of KSUT during the noon radio hour on Wednesday, Oct. 26 this broadcast celebrated the KSUT Open House event and the annual KSUT Fall Fund Drive. Each guest gave their thanks to the contributions KSUT has made to the surrounding community over the years.
KSUT Executive Director Tami Graham, KSUT Tribal Radio Digital Content Manager Crystal Ashkie and KSUT Board Vice President Robert Ortiz set KSUT banner flags prior to the KSUT Open House.
KSUT Board of Directors member Gary Scibba chats with open house visitor, Jamie Opalenik and KSUT staff, Underwriting Manager Jessica Kerwan and KSUT DJ Jim Belcher who hosts the 'Morning Show' and 'Strange Brew' on KSUT Four Corners Public Radio.
KSUT Tribal Radio Station Manager, Sheila Nanaeto shows Southern Ute tribal members, Georgia and Samantha Pinnecoose, KSUT Tribal Radio's new broadcast equipment in the tribal radio studio.
Southern Ute tribal members Maleina Carel, Rhianna Carel and their mother, Marie Joy tour the Eddie Box Jr. Media Center and gather for a picture in the performance studio.
KSUT Business Manager Robb Brantley, and KSUT Executive Director Tami Graham interview employees of Alpine Bank during the annual KSUT Fall Fund Drive.
KSUT staff members, Four Corners Public Radio Station Manager, Ken Brott, Managing Editor/Independent Producer, Adam Burke and KSUT Executive Director, Tami Graham, mingle with visitors during the Open House in the Eddie Box Jr. Media Center.
Briana Olguin and Franklin Thompson visit with KSUT Tribal Radio Station Manager Sheila Nanaeto during their tour of the Eddie Box Jr. Media Center.
Crystal Ashike, Digital Content Manager with KSUT Tribal Radio, gives tours to visitors interested in viewing the newly constructed Eddie Box Jr. Media Center. The open house gathered over 100 visitors from all over the Four Corners area to tour the studios and meet the KSUT Staff.
Members of the KSUT Board of Directors gather for a photo during the KSUT Open House held on Wednesday, Oct. 26; Wade Griffith, Gary Scibba, Executive Director of KSUT Tami Graham, Vice President Robert Ortiz, and President Robert “Buz” Bricca.
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KSUT hosted an open house for the newly built Eddie Box Jr. Media Center on Wednesday, Oct. 26. KSUT staff were also mid-week into their annual Fall Fund Drive. The day was filled with various visitors throughout the day. Visitors were given a tour of the building and treated to a historical slideshow of the progress of KSUT, from the humble beginnings in 1976 as a 10-watt community tribal radio station to becoming the renowned radio station it is today. KSUT Public Radio recently took first place in the 2022 Best of Durango and La Plata County contest for Best Radio Stations for the 10th consecutive year.

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