Travis Khachatoorian

Multimedia Journalist/Fill-In Anchor

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Travis is a reporter joining Channel 2 News in Oct. of 2015.

Dedicated to a life of news, Travis previously worked as a multimedia journalist at KREX-TV in Grand Junction, Colo. For two years on the Western Slope, he honed his skills as a reporter by shooting, editing and writing all of his own stories, most notably covering the emergence of the country’s first legal retail marijuana industry and the Gold King Mine spill.

Travis graduated from California Polytechnic State University in 2012 with a B.S in Broadcast Journalism. During his studies, he anchored, produced and reported for the campus TV station Cal Poly Television.

Running marathons, snowboarding, biking and hiking, Travis moved to Alaska to find new adventure in the mountains. When not working, Travis dreams of exploring the state and traveling the world. His most recent adventure took him through Vietnam, riding trains, buses and motorbikes from Saigon to Hanoi.

His unusually long last name is pronounced just like the famous Italian chicken dish. For those curious, it’s of Armenian descent.

Contact Travis at 907-762-9243 or click here to email

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