Juneau broadcaster will be inducted into hall of fame

You might know him from KJNO, KTOO and KINY.

Pete Carran, who worked at KJNO, KINY radio and KTOO-TV, is being inducted into the Alaska Broadcasters Association’s Hall of Fame this year. (Courtesy Photo | Alaska Broadcaster’s Association)

Pete Carran, who worked at KJNO, KINY radio and KTOO-TV, is being inducted into the Alaska Broadcasters Association’s Hall of Fame this year. (Courtesy Photo | Alaska Broadcaster’s Association)

Juneau broadcaster Pete Carran will be inducted into the Alaska Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame on Nov. 15 in Anchorage, during the ABA Goldie Awards Banquet at the Sheraton Hotel.

Over the course of his broadcast career, Carran worked at KJNO, KINY radio and KTOO-TV in Juneau. He still works as an adviser to the KINY news department and hosts Action Line for the station.

He will be the 65th member of the ABA Hall of Fame, according to the ABA.

Carran also worked at KFQD-AM, KAKM- TV, KTNX Radio, KTUU-TV all in Anchorage, and worked a year putting KBBI public radio on the air in Homer, where he served as general manager, according to the ABA.

Carran’s first broadcast radio job was with KWKO, atop the McKay Building in downtown Anchorage, according to the ABA.

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