KUAC’s Fall fundraiser proved once again how incredible our giving community is and how much you depend on the service KUAC provides. We heard from renewing donors, new donors and folks who became sustaining donors! We will have more details to come once the dust clears. So stay tuned for a more comprehensive report, right here!
Thank you for a tremendous 9-days, Fairbanks, Nome, Tok, Eagle, Healy, Nenana, Delta and Bettles – and all points between and afar – you are phenomenal! And we thank you.
Your support is amazing! Thanks to all of you who have called, gone online or walked in your gift to KUAC already this week!
We can’t do this without you! If you haven’t made your gift yet, you can call our phone bank at 800.474.5822 or click here to give online. All of the wonderful programming on FM and TV depends on the support of the community and supporters just like YOU!
It’s easy, AND you don’t lose any of your personal rewards, coupons or fuel points! It works in conjunction with your Rewards Program and means thousands of dollars a year to KUAC.
Here’s what you do:
- Go to https://www.fredmeyer.com
- Click Sign In. If you don’t have an online account, then click Register.
- Follow instructions on the Register page, link your current Fred Meyer Rewards Card to your online account.
- Scroll down to Community Rewards on your account information page.
- Click the orange Edit button and Find Your Organization. You can type in KUAC or you can type in 84486.
- Choose KUAC.
- Click the Enroll button.
Go into Fred Meyer and they can help you sign up right there in the store!
A behind the scenes look at what keeps volunteers on their toes.
KUAC and the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner are teaming up to bring listeners an evening newscast each weekday beginning Monday, October 5 at 5:45. Hosted by the News-Miner’s Tom Hewitt, this five minute program will include stories and reports from KUAC, News-Miner reporters, and public broadcasting stations around the state.
Tom Hewitt is an editor for the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. Born and raised in Fairbanks, he received his journalism education at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Before working at the News-Miner, he was the government and politics reporter for Interior CBS television affiliate KXD – News 13.
Tune in weekdays at 5:45 p.m. to KUAC FM, KUAC HD, KUAC online and KUAC TV 9.5.
Join the nearly 60 other households and share some love with KUAC (84486) with this great program from Fred Meyer! Just sign in to your Fred Meyer account and update your account settings. If you don’t have a Fred Meyer Rewards Card account, sign up today and make your purchases go further by supporting your favorite public broadcasting station, KUAC. You won’t lose your own rewards points or coupons, you just make them bigger!
Since joining the program in spring 2014, KUAC has received more than $2,800 in support from the Community Rewards Program.
Go to this link: http://www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards and enter KUAC’s NPO# 84486.
Red Green himself made a special appearance to help officially retire the event, and he told us, “More than 100 stations have broadcast the Red Green Show, but no station engaged their community quite like KUAC.”
Congratulations to the winners, and our heartfelt thanks to the Fairbanks community for making the Red Green Regatta such a resounding success – 19 years for this flotilla of fun! Click here to read more
Beginning at 11 a.m., KUAC will broadcast Encounters in place of Nerdette and debut Alt. Latino at 11:30 a.m. While Nerdette and Encounters, are not producing new programs, Encounters has numerous shows for broadcast. Cycling through all of them is resulting in some repeats but not within the year. However, Nerdette has far fewer shows made for radio broadcast, and these shows have repeated several times already on KUAC2.
Alt. Latino features interviews and insightful conversation about Latin events and culture and introduces listeners to new alternative Latin music, including diverse genres such as cumbia, Mexican garage rock, mariachi and more.
Xponential Radio continues to kick off at noon every Sunday and starting this Sunday, an extra hour from 4 to 5 is offered on KUAC2. We experimented with several different shows in the 4 o’clock hour but none of the shows are producing a weekly series to fill an entire year.
KUAC2 is produced using a high level of automation to reduce the hours spent by staff to keep the content fresh, and we also strive to keep listeners engaged with the programing. Balancing the two goals has led us to increase the hours of Xponential Radio on Sundays by one hour.
On KUAC3, KUAC will be making a change to ensure the weekly automation runs more seamlessly. Pipedreams moves up to the 4 to 6pm spot and trades places with Sunday Baroque, which will now air from 6 to 10pm.
KUAC2 and KUAC3 are additional services that are available many ways for listeners. Try the NPR app on your mobile device to stream all three KUAC stations. HD receivers are available for your home and vehicle to listen to KUAC over the digital airwaves.