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Gross’s radio station wins MTV ‘Woodie Award’

FAIRBANKS, Alaska — Brady Gross, son of Rod Gross of Poulsbo, is music manager for KSUA, selected the overall college radio station winner in the MTV Woodie Awards competition.

KSUA is the radio station at University of Alaska, Fairbanks. The awards were announced March 17. Read more at www.mtv.com/ontv/woodieawards/2013/college-radio-woodie.

Gross is a graduate of Olympic High School in Bremerton. His father is supervisory civil/environmental engineer at Naval Base Kitsap — Bangor.

 

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