Dalton Black

Engagement Outreach Coordinator & Announcer

Dalton is a recent graduate of Wichita State University, with a degree in integrated marketing communications. He started interning at KMUW in September 2013 and loves that he gets to stick around for a little while longer.

He helps the development department with the Stubblefield Society, pledge drive, accounting and other various tasks that need to be done. (Who knew sitting in a cubicle could be intimidating and fun at the same time?) Dalton also works as an announcer for the station. He has found the radio voice he didn't know he had.

Dalton enjoys spending copious amounts of time devouring TV series on Netflix or curling up with his 4 year-old cat, Stella, while reading a good book.

Ways to Connect

Friday is National Bike to Work Day! There will be several spots in Wichita where you can grab a free breakfast or lunch by bicycle. Find that information here.

But, if you’re kind of new to biking for transportation, here are a few quick tips for riding in Wichita:

It’s Bike Month, and KMUW is celebrating all things bicycle.

If you want to get outside and participate, consider some of these Bike Month events:

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Get your pyrotechnics fix this Fourth of July, with several Independence Day festivities in and around Wichita. Here is your guide for where to be when the celebrations and fireworks begin.

Bradley Fair: Meet in Bradley Fair on July 3 for a celebration of America. Enjoy the summer concert with Denny Jiosa from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., then sit back and be amazed as the fireworks dance over the Bradley Fair Lake.