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.

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

New KUAC TV Online Schedule at KUAC.ORG

New KUAC TV Online Schedule at KUAC.ORGDon’t miss checking out the recently updated, KUAC TV online schedule! Set your current television provider for accurate channel numbers, search by time, date, or favorite show, and get descriptions of upcoming specials all in one place. Visit today!

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 or look for the Kids tab at the top of 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 474-7279.

It was a beautiful day in the neighborhood!

It was a beautiful day in the neighborhood!An amazing and inspiring time was had by more than 500 attendees at Saturday’s “Be My Neighbor Day” event featuring Daniel Tiger himself! Young fans and their families met Daniel, participated in crafts, ate cupcakes, and most importantly, learned about different ways to be a good neighbor in our community! Check out our photo album HERE for pictures from the big day—and get ready to be inspired!

Special thanks to our host, The Fairbanks Community Food Bank, activity partners Calypso Farm & Ecology Center, Fairbanks Senior Center/Meals on Wheels, Midnight Sun Council BSA, and Interior Alaska Green Star. Thank you to More than Just Cupcakes for the snacks and for the photos!

The 2015 KUAC Spring Fundraiser is a Wrap!

The 2015 KUAC Spring Fundraiser is a Wrap!During the KUAC Spring Fundraiser, we focused on bringing new donors and new sustaining donors into the KUAC family. Over three days of sustaining fundraising to support Interior Alaska’s public broadcasting station, we were again amazed by the generosity and enthusiasm that our supporters exhibited. The 2015 spring grand total added up to a preliminary $72,500 (which doesn’t include the challenge dollars)!

More than 385 gifts were made to KUAC between April 10-12, including 49 new donors & 103 sustaining, monthly gifts. The 2015 spring fundraiser average pledge was an incredible $188. Read the entire spring drive update HERE.

Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies, available for streaming at

Cancer: The Emperor of All MaladiesDid you miss any of this three-part film that tells the comprehensive story of cancer, from its first description in an ancient Egyptian scroll to the gleaming laboratories of modern research institutions? Stream this groundbreaking series HERE! The six-hour film interweaves a sweeping historical narrative with intimate stories about contemporary patients, and an investigation into the latest scientific breakthroughs that may have brought us, at long last, within sight of lasting cures. Streaming available through 4/29/15.

2015 Volunteer Appreciation Event Wrap-up & Spirit of KUAC award!

Congratulations to the long-time FM volunteer Steve Hormann, the 2015 Spirit of KUAC award winner.What an amazing and inspiring event!  KUAC celebrated the over 4000 volunteer hours given this past year in great form.  Live music from Swing Dogs, ice cream from Hot Licks and an well-deserved presentation of the Spirit of KUAC award to longtime FM volunteer Steve Hormann.  Read all about the event and see photos HERE.  Thank you again volunteers!