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KUAC TV’s Healy translator is temporarily off the air

KUAC TVKUAC TV’s translator broadcasting in Healy is not functioning and, because of the remote location, repairs can’t begin until spring. We apologize for this inconvenience and hope to restore service as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience.

Supporting passionate programming on KUAC!

Fred Child, host of Performance TodayWhen KUAC received a gift from Fred Child of Minnesota, we had to ask –THE Fred Child, host of Performance Today, heard weekday mornings on KUAC FM? Turns out, YES! His gift was inspired by “a little winter get-away” to the Interior of Alaska which included exploring Angel Rocks, Denali National Park, burgers and brew at Silver Gulch, and aurora hunting in North Pole. “All of which meant a fair amount of driving, and I had the radio locked onto 89.9 the entire 4-day weekend. I loved it!” Fred told us.

Thanks to Fred, and all our supporters, who make it possible for KUAC to offer programs with passionate, knowledgeable hosts to uphold our mission to present performances that would otherwise be inaccessible.

KUAC FM now broadcasts three over-the-air digital radio channels

HD radio channelsKUAC’s three fully scheduled digital radio channels are now available over-the-air. In addition to KUAC 89.9 FM in a high quality digital signal for KUAC, listeners can enjoy two new KUAC channels, KUAC2 and KUAC3 when tuned in with a digital radio as well as online via web streaming at kuac.org. Find out more about this expansion in public broadcasting – read Frequently Asked Questions.

Discover highlights of our newscasts in the KUAC Newsroom online!

KUAC NewsroomMonday through Friday, our new online KUAC Newsroom can be counted on to bring highlights of the day’s reliable and trustworthy news to our web audiences. Catch the Newscasts on KUAC FM weekday mornings at 6:29am, 7:29am and 8:29am, as well as 12:29pm. If you miss it, want to hear something again, or find out more about stories you heard, go online for transcripts, photos and audio links, plus the latest from NPR News, NPR Music and to meet the FM Staff!

Listen LIVE to three KUAC digital streams on iTunes!

Listen Live to KUAC FMDownload KUAC’s three FM channels through iTunes. To listen to KUAC wherever you have internet:

1) Under the iTunes Advanced menu, select Open Stream.
2) Copy and paste the link http://kuac.streamon.fm/listen.m3u and press OK.

 

Listen Live to KUAC2 FMKUAC2 gives you culturally rich content for a diverse audience, featuring energetic and entertaining news, talk and an eclectic blend of blues, folk and global music. To listen to KUAC2:

1) Under the iTunes Advanced menu, select Open Stream.
2) Copy and paste the link http://kuacii.streamon.fm/listen.m3u and press OK.

Listen Live to KUAC3 FMKUAC3 is a strong complement to our existing line-ups, with a fresh blend of classical music, news from The BBC World Service, and cultural programs. To listen to KUAC3:

1) Under the iTunes Advanced menu, select Open Stream.
2) Copy and paste the link http://kuaciii.streamon.fm/listen.m3u and press OK.

You’ll find your KUAC links in your “Internet Songs” folder in iTunes. KUAC connects Alaska to the world, and the world to Alaska – with more ways than ever! Thank you for supporting your public radio.

KUAC brings home Gold(ie)!

KUAC brings home Gold(ie)!…and the 2012 Goldie award for Best Radio News Feature Single Entry Division 2 goes to…KUAC!

Congratulations to KUAC’s Emily Schwing for capturing top honors for her feature “Secrets of the Forest” at the 2012 Alaska Broadcasters Association annual award ceremony last Friday, November 9th. Goldie Awards are given annually to bring recognition to Alaska broadcasters for outstanding presentations.