Ken Garland, M.A.
Address: 107 Kuhlin Center
Ken teaches the Video Editing and the Live Newscast courses in the department of Journalism and Public Relations. He also works as the advisor for BG24 News, the student produced newscast for Falcon Media.
In 20 years of teaching, Ken has taught courses in broadcast management, broadcast writing, news reporting, sports reporting and field and studio production. He was a news and sports anchor and reporter for stations in five different markets during an 18-year career in the television industry. He helped write and produce a documentary that was nominated for an Emmy award. Ken also spends summers doing baseball play-by-play in the Alaska Baseball League. He has won regional awards for his play-by-play broadcasts. Ken is involved with the National Press Photographer’s Association and the Radio and Television Digital News Association.
B.A., Broadcast Journalism, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
M.A., Counseling of Psychology, Alaska Pacific University
Student Media Participation
Specialized Journalism Skills
Live Sports Production