© 2022 University of Missouri - KBIA
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations
Trevor Hook

Trevor Hook

Reporter/Producer

Trevor Hook is a reporter, producer and morning anchor for KBIA 91.3 born and raised in New Franklin, Missouri. He graduated from the University of Missouri with both a Master's degree in Audio Journalism in 2020 and a Bachelor's degree in Convergence Journalism in 2018.

Trevor previously interned at KCUR 89.3 as a production assistant for the arts and cultural affairs show "Central Standard".

  • Megan McConachie knows a lot of good things about Missouri, as she should – she’s the strategic communications manager for the Columbia Convention and Visitors Bureau. McConachie spoke with the Missouri on Mic team at the Columbia Farmer’s Market and reflected on her favorite aspects of her home state – while acknowledging some of its flaw.
  • Megan McConachie knows a lot of good things about Missouri. As she should – she’s the strategic communications manager for the Columbia Convention and Visitors Bureau. McConachie spoke with KBIA at Columbia’s bustling farmer’s market and reflected on her favorite aspects of her home state — while acknowledging some of its flaws — in this episode of Missouri On Mic.
  • Arden Steele grew up in Jefferson City and lived there for 50 years. She lives in Florida now. She says that Missouri’s history is worth celebrating as the state turns 200 – which might make sense, given her proximity to one of the Show-Me State’s most famous residents – President Harry S. Truman. She spoke about her childhood memories with the 33rd president of the United States in this episode of Missouri On Mic.
  • Arden Steele grew up in Jefferson City and lived there for 50 years. She lives in Florida now. She says that Missouri’s history is worth celebrating as the state turns 200 – which might make sense, given her proximity to one of the Show-Me State’s most famous residents – President Harry S. Truman. She spoke about her childhood memories with the 33rd president of the United States in this episode of Missouri On Mic.
  • Barbie Skinner grew up in the Ferguson-Florissant area decades ago, and spoke about the city’s history of racism. She spoke with the Missouri on Mic team at this year's True/False Festival held in Stephen's Lake Park. Ferguson, Missouri made national headlines in 2014 for the shooting of Michael Brown and subsequent protests. But Ferguson has a long, complicated history with race.
  • Ferguson, Missouri made national headlines in 2014 for the shooting of Michael Brown and subsequent protests. But Ferguson has a long, complicated history with race. Barbie Skinner grew up in the Ferguson-Florissant area decades ago, and gave us a glimpse of the city’s history of racism in this episode of Missouri On Mic.
  • DC Smith is a retired resident living in Columbia. He’s held several jobs in his lifetime, one of them being in radio. He’s originally from the east coast but say something about Missouri keeps drawing him back. Smith talks about what he finds so alluring about Missouri in this episode of Missouri On Mic.
  • DC Smith is a retired resident living in Columbia. He’s held several jobs in his lifetime, one of them being in radio. He’s originally from the east coast but say something about Missouri keeps drawing him back. Smith talks about what he finds so alluring about Missouri in this episode of Missouri On Mic.
  • Mother Shiron Hagen and her daughter Elizabeth are both from around St. Louis, and while they grew up in the same area, both have different perspectives of what they love, and what they don’t, about the Show-Me State. They reflected on their mixed feelings when they spoke with the Missouri on Mic team at this year's True/False Festival held in Stephen's Lake Park.
  • Mother Shiron Hagen and her daughter Elizabeth are both from around St. Louis, and while they grew up in the same area, both have different perspectives of what they love, and what they don’t, about the Show-Me State. They reflected on their mixed feelings in this episode of Missouri on Mic.