KUCB

KUCB is a public radio and television station in Unalaska, Alaska. We are owned and operated by Unalaska Community Broadcasting, a non-profit formed in 1985 with the mission to inform, educate, entertain, and engage by providing news and arts and culture programming. Our signal serves a community of about 5,000 people. Our stories, however, have a much broader reach: We’re surrounded by some of the most productive fishing grounds in the country, and we’re in the middle of an international shipping corridor. Our station is located in the Aleutian Islands, the ancestral territories of the Unangax Peoples, who have lived in this region more than 9,000 years. Our newsroom is staffed with two local reporters, and they cover stories from all over our thousand-mile region.

Theo Greenly

Theo Greenly is a radio reporter at KUCB, a public station in Unalaska, Alaska, where he covers the Eastern Aleutian Islands. Before joining KUCB, Greenly interned at NPR, working on long-form podcasts like “Invisibilia” and “Louder Than A Riot.” As an independent journalist, he has written about homelessness and racial inequality for the Santa Monica Daily Press, and has produced stories for several NPR-affiliated stations around the country. He helped cover the 2018 midterm elections as an intern at KCRW public radio in Santa Monica, California. Greenly loves to tell stories at “The Moth,” and you can hear him making fun of himself on an episode of “This American Life.” He holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Colorado Boulder, where he studied creative writing, and he's a proud graduate of the Transom Story Workshop. His hometown is Los Angeles.

KUCB

KUCB is a public radio and television station in Unalaska, Alaska. We are owned and operated by Unalaska Community Broadcasting, a non-profit formed in 1985 with the mission to inform, educate, entertain, and engage by providing news and arts and culture programming. Our signal serves a community of about 5,000 people. Our stories, however, have a much broader reach: We're surrounded by some of the most productive fishing grounds in the country, and we're in the middle of an international shipping corridor. Our station is located in the Aleutian Islands, the ancestral territories of the Unangax Peoples, who have lived in this region more than 9,000 years. Our newsroom is staffed with two local reporters, and they cover stories from all over our thousand-mile region.