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Elena See started her radio career in Minnesota in 2001, working as part of the production team for Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion. She edited and contributed to the comedic scripts on the show, worked on the website and, for a short while, filled the role of Technical Director for The Writer's Almanac.
After several fantastic years with APHC, she decided it was time to put her clarinet-ing and teaching skills to work and so began performing in local orchestras and teaching college composition in central Maine. She nudged her way into the music department at Maine Public Broadcasting and eventually became the classical music director. She also began working on the television stations of Maine Public Broadcasting as a local fundraising host. It was during her time in Maine that Elena started working as a music host with FolkAlley.com, an internet radio station based at WKSU in Kent, Ohio. After several years of braving the cold and snow of Maine, Elena decided it was time to head south to Washington, DC. There, she explored the world of satellite radio, working as the music director for Sirius XM Satellite Radio's classical music stations where she began producing a Live from the Concertgebouw concert series and was also heard on the satellite radio folk music station.
Eventually, Elena decided it was time to return to where it all began and so is extremely pleased to be part of C24. When she's not on the public radio airwaves, Elena usually spends her time with her family (which includes several enormous dogs), searching out new music venues with friends, reading great (and not-so-great) books, and pretending she can play the guitar.
Bob Christiansen has been an announcer and program director for nearly 30 years.
He teamed up with Bill Morelock while at Northwest Public Radio, and became part of the nationally distributed "Bob & Bill," which won a CPB program award in 1989. In addition to his current work in classical programming, Christiansen hosts shifts on Minnesota Public Radio's classical music stations, including hosting "The Opera," a weekly program devoted to one of his personal weaknesses.
October 24, 2013