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Meet 'Should Be Alive' podcast producer and editor, Zachary Carver

Zachary Carver is part of the team that also produced the "Urge to Kill" and "The Yellow Car" podcasts.
Credit: KGW

PORTLAND, Ore. — Zachary Carver has been a television news video editor since 1995, working and living in both the Salt Lake City, Utah and Portland, Oregon markets. 

Over the years, he has won numerous awards for his work in the industry including multiple Emmy nominations. 

He is proud to be part of the team that produced the Urge to Kill and The Yellow Car podcasts, both of which won Edward R. Murrow awards for Best Podcast. 

When not hard at work, Zac enjoys travel and camping with his wife and two dogs, spending time with his closest friends, and finding humor in life.

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Should Be Alive podcast

Should be Alive, a new six-episode true crime podcast created by KGW and VAULT studios, investigates 17-year-old transgender Vancouver teen Nikki Kuhnhausen's murder and how detectives and prosecutors built a case against her killer. Nikki's murder subsequently inspired a movement that led to legislation outlawing the LGBTQ+ 'panic' defense strategy as a legal strategy in Washington state. The Nikki Kuhnhausen Act was signed into law in March 2022 and prevents a defendant from using a defense of diminished capacity based on the discovery of the victim's gender or sexual orientation.

New episodes of Should Be Alive drop every Wednesday starting May 25. Listen on your favorite podcast apps including Apple Podcasts, SpotifyAmazon Musicand Stitcher.

 Listen to episode one of Should Be Alive: 


Watch the video trailer for Should Be Alive:

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