Classical 24, Monday – Saturday on KUAC3

Classical 24

Did you know that through KUAC you have access to hours of great classical music six days a week? Classical 24 is a nationally syndicated classical music service dedicated to live classical music programming. From 8 am - 1 pm and 6 pm – 10 pm Monday through Friday and Saturdays 7 am – 7 pm, Classical 24 is just one of the programs available on KUAC3 online, KUAC HD3 or KUAC TV 9.7. Click here fo … Read More

KUAC FM News Reporter Emily Schwing Receives 2013 Goldie Award

Emily Schwing Receives 2013 Goldie Award

Goldie Awards are given annually to bring recognition to Alaska broadcasters for outstanding presentations in TV and radio news, promotional, sports, and commercial genres. We are pleased to announce that KUAC’s own Emily Schwing has earned her second Goldie Award in the Radio News Story Division 2 for her work on “Despite Policy, Weapons Still Appear on University Campus”. Congratulations Emily an … Read More

“Sustaining. Enriching. Life Changing!” FM Fall Fundraiser brings over $382,000 in Community Support to KUAC!

FM Fall Fundraiser

During this year’s fundraiser we focused on the theme of Sourdough, not only of Sourdough status and celebrating our years spent in Alaska (51 for KUAC!) but also in the sustaining and enriching qualities Sourdough has, just like public radio. During the nine days of sustaining fundraising to support Interior Alaska’s public radio, we were beyond enriched by the generosity and enthusiasm that our s … Read More

It’s A Wrap for FM Fall Fundraiser 2013

It’s A Wrap for FM Fall Fundraiser 2013

We did it! KUAC listeners raised over $382,000, over $20,000 more than 2012! Thank you to all our listeners who called in their pledges or went online to donate, thank you to our tireless phone bank and on-air volunteers, and thank you to all our food & beverage donors! Look for an in-depth wrap up with final numbers, highlights, photos and more in this Thursday’s E-News---we can’t wait to sha … Read More

The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, Tuesdays at 7 pm thru 11/26 on KUAC TV

The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. guides viewers along a full sweep of African American history, from the origins of enslavement on the African continent through five centuries of remarkable historic events right up to today. From slavery to the White House, America still remains a nation deeply divided by race. Tune in for this six-part series Tuesday evenings at 7, on KUAC TV Channel 9.1 or GCI Cable … Read More