Don’t miss out on being part of history! Join the nation, Ken Burns, and KUAC in celebrating the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address. Make a video recording of you, your family, or your friends reading/reciting Lincoln’s famous speech. Simply visit kuac.org/theaddress to get started.
Thank you to everyone who joined KUAC as we followed the games, athletes, and cultures of the 2014 Arctic Winter Games here in Fairbanks with our reporter Tim Ellis. For full AWG stories and photos from the games visit our news page here. Special thanks to our coverage sponsors: Kinross Fort Knox and the Alaska Native Language Center!
Hit the road with the team behind the edible magazine series with edible FEAST, celebrating local food culture with a focus on artisans who live and work the land. These new videos will give voice to local food inspirations, all while creating a visual journey you won’t want to miss out on. Tune in Saturdays at noon, on KUAC TV Channel 9.1 or GCI Cable Channel 9.
Have you filed online for your PFD? If YES you can still support KUAC! By designating a gift of $500 or more from your PFD to the University of Alaska it will be matched 100% by ExxonMobil. You may also amend and adjust your ONLINE application’s Pick.Click.Give. contribution through August 31st, 2014.
KUAC is excited to announce the approach of a major fundraising milestone–$1,000,000 in gifts to the Art Buswell Society since its inception in 2005. We are within $8,000 of this momentous achievement and invite you to join us in the celebration and in helping us reach this goal! Click here for more information about the Art Buswell Society. To make a gift of support to KUAC, visit our Giving Page today.
Hearing Double? You bet! KUAC has been pleased to assist KRFF, the new Athabascan Fiddler’s Association owned radio station at 89.1 FM as they get their operations off the ground. KRFF’s broadcast mission will focus on Interior Alaska Native issues.
Over the past few months you may have thought you were hearing double and that’s because KRFF has been rebroadcasting KUAC’s FM signal on the weekends. We’re excited to announce that KRFF will be receiving and installing the final pieces of equipment over the next week so that they can begin broadcasting programming from Native Voice One.
It may be or have been confusing for some KUAC listeners if they scan/seek KUAC 89.9 FM and land on 89.1. We apologize for the confusion and certainly appreciate your patience as we assist and welcome our neighbors down the dial.