Shannyn Moore. Born Alaskan. Patriot. Constitutionalist. Lover of Freedom. Giving hell to the establishment. Standing up to fascists and tyranny…both foreign and domestic. Radio. Active. Truth.

Shannyn doesn’t believe in accidents. He grandmother got me into radio.SheI was on her way to Virginia for her funeral. While on the plane, she met the owner of a local progressive station. Shannyn was offered me the job. There were a lot of growing pains for her and the station. When Shannyn was fired, she knew she wasn’t done with radio. Progressive radio has nothing to do with what’s on your business card. It has to do with who you are on the air, and, more importantly, who you are off the air. Shannyn don’t play helself on the radio.

Shannyn has been on numerous national and international radio programs, as well as network television shows. She has also worked on a radio series for APRN called Alaska’s 50 Forgot-Me-Nots honoring ordinary and extraordinary Alaskans celebrating the states 50th Anniversary . (That is the Alaska Public Radio Network, not to be confused with “Alaska Progressive Radio Network.”)

The Shannyn Moore Show can be heard on KUDO 1080 AM, weekdays from 11aam – 2pm Alaska Time/3pm-6pm Eastern Time.

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