Cuyler Frank - Radio Station Manager
The KCZY Radio station is managed by Cuyler “Hawk” Frank of Black House Valley, NM and is a graduate of New Mexico State University in Communications. He has previous experience working for Basin Broadcasting in Farmington, NM and played a key role in the development of KXWR in Tsaile, AZ. Radio broadcasting has always been a passion for Cuyler. In 2005 he was the first to announce a NCAA D-1 Football game in the Navajo language. He announced NMSU Aggie Football and basketball games for nine seasons in Las Cruces, NM. He enjoys watching the Colorado Rockies and Dallas Cowboys with his son CurtBen Frank. Most of his time is dedicated to exploring new and exciting things with his son. He also enjoys teaching students about broadcasting and as an adjunct instructor for Navajo Technical University.
Kaitlin Freeland - Host
Kaitlin, of Crownpoint, NM is a student pursuing her Bachelor’s in Business Administration at Navajo Technical University. She currently serves as the secretary of NTU College of Business club, NTU AIBL Student Senate Representative, and a member of National Technical Honor Society. Kaitlin also volunteers with the NTU Radio Station and Communications Department, contributing to the media production and radio ads to promote recruitment and awareness. In her spare time, she listens to alternative music, takes pictures of her cats and dogs, and plays 8 ball pool and candy crush.
She offers the listeners a chance to stay current with information about Navajo Technical University events and activities. The news also includes national, regional, and local news to keep the KCZY listeners informed. Everyone is encouraged to submit their information or news stories for consideration on the radio. If you would like to submit information to the station please submit them here email@example.com.
Glen King - Host (Navajo Language)
Glen King (Pictured) of Whitehorse Lake, NM brings plenty of experience having worked at KNDN 960 AM and 1330 AM KGAK. Mr. King provides listeners of KCZY with a little flavor of his old country and rez bands while delivering information in the Navajo language. He also helps with training new volunteers.
Antawne Temple - Host/Production and Programing