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A big THANK YOU to our wonderful community for making the final regatta one for the history books!

A big THANK YOU to our wonderful community for making the final regatta one for the history books!Stay tuned for a full recap with pictures of the antics, the vessels and prize winners!

Infinity Hall Live, Saturdays at 6pm on KUAC TV

Infinity Hall LiveINFINITY HALL LIVE celebrates the music and energy of groundbreaking American artists. The acoustically perfect Infinity Music Hall, a historic 130-year-old venue in Norfolk, Conn., provides an intimate setting for engaging, authentic and heartfelt performances by an eclectic group of musicians. Tune in this Saturday at 6 on KUAC TV Channel 9.1, or GCI Channel 9 & GCI Channel 657 for HD.

Sunday evening schedule change for KUAC FM programming

KUAC FM programmingAll your quality locally produced programming is in one block on Sunday evenings:

– 6 p.m. Postcards
– 7 p.m. Funk Roots
– 9 p.m. The Gospel Hour
– 10 p.m. Nightlight

Hearts of Space can be heard starting at midnight on KUAC FM.

Cold Climate Housing Research Center, Thursdays at 7 pm on KUAC TV

Cold Climate Housing Research CenterBuilding energy efficient homes in Alaska presented by the Cold Climate Housing Research Center located in Fairbanks, Alaska. Tune in Thursday nights to learn about building in Alaska: crawl spaces, healthy walls, attics, vapor retarder, cathedral roofs, raised floors & home building in Atmautluak. Thursdays at 7 pm thru 7/30 on KUAC TV Channel 9.1, or GCI Channel 9 & GCI Channel 657 for HD.

KUAC Kids & KUAC Kids Club

KUAC Kids & KUAC Kids ClubDo you know any KUAC Kids? Maybe you were a KUAC Kid once? KUAC has one place to go for all the fun, games, videos and educational resources public broadcasting can bring!

Visit www.kuac.org/kuackids or look for the Kids tab at the top of kuac.org to learn about PBS Parents, PBS LearningMedia, PBS Kids/PBS Kids Go!, and the PBS Kids Super Vison app. While there, check out the new and fun way to support children’s programming on KUAC, the KUAC Kids Club! Questions? Call 474-1890.

Budget Cuts affect KUAC Programming: Reminder

Budget Cuts affect KUAC Programming: ReminderLike other state agencies and university departments, KUAC is to make cuts in FY16 due to reduced revenue. Following are the currently known funding reductions:

– A more than $56,000 reduction in direct state funding due to cuts to public broadcasting. That amounts to about 23 percent of direct state funding to the station.

– A reduction of about $134,000 in university funding to KUAC, due to reductions in state funding to the university.

Those reductions leave KUAC starting the next fiscal year with a deficit of more than $190,000. When combined with last year’s reduction of $170,000, that’s a total of more than $360,000 in revenue reductions over the course of two fiscal years.

KUAC investigated many options and made several budget adjustments and reductions following the FY15 budget cuts. Despite increases in our fundraising revenue, KUAC is again faced with making tough decisions with regard to operations and staffing so that it can minimize the impact to viewers and listeners. Effective July 1, 2015, KUAC will terminate its APRN membership and no longer air APRN (Alaska Public Radio Network) programming.

For more information visit the KUAC Budget Cuts Q & A page HERE

SciGirls, Sundays at 9 am on KUAC TV

SciGirlsThis series showcases bright, curious real girls putting science and engineering to work as they answer questions and make unexpected discoveries in the world around them. Tune in Sunday mornings at 9 on KUAC TV Channel 9.1, or GCI Channel 9 & GCI Channel 657 for HD.