Submit questions to thisoldhouse.com/askaquestion. You never know, maybe the Ask This Old House experts will select your home improvement questions for an on-camera house call!
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! Questions? Call 474-7279.
KUAC thanked our volunteers during our annual Volunteer Appreciation Event yesterday evening with ice cream, music, special treats and awarded the Spirit of KUAC Award to longtime Banjo Signal host, Trudy Heffernan.
KUAC volunteer Trudy Heffernan is the recipient of the 2016 “Spirit of KUAC” award. Trudy demonstrates commitment to the organization with consistently making new shows even when she knows she will be out of town. She doesn’t rely on the extensive archive of shows she has from making Banjo Signal for years, nay decades. Trudy always comes up with fresh shows. In the past year, she has started to format her shows around a particular band or artist each show. This requires extensive research and pawing through the vast amount of music from disc and digital library in the Heffernan collection. Trudy has passed on her love of public broadcasting. When they were on Alaska Live, Molly her daughter came and sat in on a set with her saxophone. Molly has gone from the baby that was breastfed in the KUAC studio between Banjo Signal mic breaks to playing on air during KUAC fundraisers and hosting her own show at KSUA during semesters at UAF. Here’s an excerpt of the nomination from KUAC listener Ronnie Rosenberg: “I have zero interest in music–really don’t like it and turn the radio off when it comes on. BUT Trudy makes it enjoyable. I never turn off Banjo Signal. And if someone can have that effect on me, I say give her an award!”
Thanks to hundreds of donors, volunteers on the phones and in the studio, KUAC’s 2nd Annual Mini-Spring Fundraiser was a fabulous success! Thanks to new Sustaining Donors, New Donors and Renewing Donors, KUAC raised $74,000 in support of our public broadcasting mission in Interior Alaska and beyond. Pat yourselves on the back for a job well done and know that we are grateful for your generosity to and confidence in KUAC.
Tune in Tuesday mornings at 10 to join statewide discussions on Talk of Alaska on KUAC FM, KUAC online, KUAC HD, and KUAC TV 9.5.
KUAC and Alaska Public Media (APRN’s parent company) have reached an agreement to bring back Alaska News Nightly, temporarily, after ongoing negotiations. Alaska news is important to Alaskans, and we are glad to offer this service as long as it is available and affordable.
Effective this evening, November 2, 2015, KUAC will resume broadcasting Alaska News Nightly at 6 p.m. on KUAC 89.9 FM and KUAC HD. More information and a Q&A can be found here.
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!