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Voices From the Edge of the Colorado Plateau Reporter Clark Adomatis

Clark Adomaitis

Reporter, Voices From the Edge of the Colorado Plateau

Clark Adomaitis is a shared radio reporter for KSUT in Ignacio, Colorado, and KSJD in Cortez, Colorado, for the Voices from the Edge of the Colorado Plateau project.

He covers stories that focus on underrepresented voices from the Four Corners region, including the Southern Ute and Ute Mountain Ute Tribes, the Navajo Nation, Hispanic and LGBTQ+ communities, and more.

In 2024, Clark won several awards from the Colorado Broadcasters Association, and his stories have aired on NPR stations nationwide.

Originally from New York City, he graduated from the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY in 2021, where he reported sound-rich stories on the state of recycling and composting in the city. Before his graduate studies, he wrote lifestyle spreads about local food and drink for the City College of New York's Campus Magazine. In his free time, he produces experimental hip-hop music.