Nikole Robinson Carroll

Nikole Robinson Carroll joined KOSU’s staff in November 2013. She began her professional broadcasting career at WEKU in Richmond, Kentucky, but her passion for radio can be traced back to her childhood bedroom, where she would perform “radio shows” on a tape recorder. She holds a Master of Public Administration from Eastern Kentucky University and has worked for a variety of social service and nonprofit agencies.

As of October 2014, Nikole is the Morning Edition host for KNPR in Las Vegas, Nevada.

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Uniquely Oklahoma
7:40 am
Tue December 17, 2013

After May Tornado, Black Mesa Brewing is Still Alive

Black Mesa Brewing Company logo
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In addition to the homes and schools that sustained damage during this past tornado season, several area businesses, both large and small, took a hit.  The craft beer community was not immune, but like everyone else, is recovering.  Mustang Brewing Company, established in 2009, just opened its new tasting room and goes back into full-scale production in 2014.  A newer brand, Black Mesa Brewing Company, is also rising from the wreckage to continue quenching the thirst of craft beer enthusiasts in Oklahoma.

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Uniquely Oklahoma
10:00 am
Mon December 16, 2013

Mustang Brewing Company Bounces Back From Tornado; Opens New Tasting Room

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Mustang Brewing Company’s brand new tasting room opened Friday for the first time since sampling beer became legal in November.  Company President Tim Schoelen says the event was not only a momentous legal occasion; it was also a great way to celebrate Mustang’s move into a new brewhouse after the May tornado.  Schoelen says Mustang resumes full-scale commercial production in their new home in 2014 with a new series of craft beers.  Mustang also continues its collaborative relationship with the band Hanson and their MMMHops line of brews.

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Oklahoma Music
7:40 am
Fri December 6, 2013

Oklahoman Holiday Hit Singer Gayla Peevey Talks About Fame and Hippos

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Flip through the radio stations in your car or visit the mall this month and you’ll probably hear “I Want a Hippopotamus For Christmas” a time or two.  The song was recorded in 1953 by then 10-year-old Oklahoman Gayla Peevey.  The song’s popularity helped raise enough money to adopt Matilda, the Oklahoma City Zoo’s first hippo.  KOSU's Nikole Robinson Carroll had a chat with Peevey for the 60th anniversary of the song’s release.

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Film
8:40 am
Tue December 3, 2013

Oklahoma Whovians See "Day of the Doctor..." and Share Some Insights

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Whovians young and old came together in Oklahoma City for the "Doctor Who" feature film “Day of the Doctor.”  When asked to choose a favorite incarnation of the Doctor, their answers were as varied as their age range.   

New fans and devotees from the classic days of the series unite in their love of the Doctor, regardless of his form – but they don’t all agree on which of the Doctor’s companions they love most.  

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