Ken Gustafson
I was born on April 10, 1972 in Cedar Rapids, IA.  We moved to Stone Mountain, GA in 1974 where I grew up.  While in high school, I attended Killian Hill Christian School, where I was the Sports Editor of the school newspaper and played Basketball and Soccer.  I graduated from KHCS  in 1990.  I went to Bryan College in Dayton, TN and graduated with a BA Degree in History with a Minor in Communications. 
While at Bryan, I was a Staff Writer on the school newspaper, The Triangle.  I also played soccer at Bryan, served on the Student Senate, and was the Public Address Announcer at Mens' Basketball home games during my Junior and Senior years.     I've worked for several Christian radio stations as an Announcer, Board Operator and Production Assistant.  Those stations include AM 1080 WFTD in Marietta, AM 920 WAFS in Atlanta, and AM 1010 WGUN in Tucker where I was a Board Operator and a DJ of Country and Southern Gospel music during the Summer of 1993. I have also worked as an Announcer and Board Operator at WMSL FM 88.9 in Athens, GA and Glory 1330 WGTJ in Gainesville, GA.  I previously worked as a Videographer for Play-By-Play Advertising filming high school sporting events for air play on "The Coaches Corner", a locally produced high school sports tv show in Gwinnett County.  I've also written foraccessnorthga.com as a Sports Reporter covering high school football and basketball.  I currently operate my own filming business, Time Capsule Sports Productions and www.timecapsulesports.com.     I'm the next to youngest of four siblings.  I have two sisters (Kristen and Carrie) and one brother (Dale).  My hobbies and interetsts include playing sports such as Golf, Basketball, Soccer and Softball.  My TV watching consists of the History Channel, History Inernational, ESPN, and the Fox News Channel. In addition to my work in radio and film production, I've also held jobs in telemarketing as well the clothing and book retail industries.
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