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We are so grateful to you for the magnitude of support shown during the Fall Fundraiser!

KUAC grateful for magnitude of support during Fall FundraiserWhether you called in, walked in or went online to show your support of KUAC during the 2016 Fall Fundraiser, your generosity continues to sustain KUAC.

When we add the amount we started the fiscal year with from last year’s sustaining donors to the totals of this drive, including the Design Alaska/GHEMM Company Sustaining Donor challenge, it all adds up to more than $500,000 raised by you for KUAC. Thank you doesn’t do it justice!

Fairbanks, Nome, Tok, Eagle, Healy, Nenana, Delta and Bettles…and all points between and afar…we are both overwhelmed and humbled by the magnitude of your support.

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Support KUAC Friends Group with AmazonSmile

Support KUAC Friends Group with AmazonSmileIf you’re an Amazon shopper, there’s a new way to support KUAC through AmazonSmile. KUAC Friends Group, a registered and incorporated 501 (c) 3 established to raise vital funds in support of the KUAC TV and FM public broadcasting mission, is now a registered charity on AmazonSmile. Every time you shop through AmazonSmile, Amazon will donate .05% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to KUAC Friends Group. It’s easy to sign up. Just go to smile.amazon.com choose KUAC Friends Group as your charity and start shopping!

Alaska Weather moves to 5:30 p.m. on KUAC TV 9.4

In an effort to better serve our viewers and not impact viewing for PBS NewsHour, KUAC will be making one last adjustment to the broadcast of Alaska Weather and will begin broadcasting the live feed of Alaska Weather at 5:30 p.m. on KUAC TV 9.4, GCI Channel 6 and Dish Network Channel 14.

KUAC upgrading Healy TV and FM translators to Digital

KUAC upgrading Healy TV and FM translators to Digital We have successfully upgraded the FM translator, but work to restore the Healy TV service has been delayed. The KUAC engineering department is working on a solution, but it may be be the week of Oct. 31 or Nov. 7 before we can continue, weather conditions permitting.

Thank you for your patience as we work to upgrade your signals. More information about KUAC’s suite of digital television offerings can be found at http://kuac.org/kuac-tv/tv-schedule/.

We will make an announcement when we are 100% sure it is working.

KUAC Kids

KUAC KidsAre you a KUAC KID or do you know someone who’s a a KUAC KID? Find more information about KUAC KIDS Club, games, activities and upcoming events at kuac.org/kuackids and become a member today!

Invisibilia, Sundays at 10 a.m. On KUAC 2

InvisibiliaKUAC 2 welcomes back Season 2 of Invisibilia, NPR’s look in to science, human behavior, and what we don’t quite see on the surface that drives us. Invisibilia replaces Wiretap on Sundays at 10 a.m. Wiretap ended production and KUAC is happy to bring back Invisibilia’s new season.

Try your hand at the Sunday Puzzle!

Try your hand at the Sunday Puzzle!You’ve had a couple cups of coffee on Sunday morning and it’s time to play the puzzle with Puzzle Master Will Shortz. Wouldn’t it be fun to play on air? Here’s the link to submit your answer to the puzzle.

Programming changes on KUAC2

Programming changes on KUAC2Beginning Monday, July 18th, KUAC2 listeners will notice a few changes on the schedule. Q with Shadrach Kabango will move to 6 p.m. weekdays replacing one hour of Exponential Radio. The Takeaway will join the weekday morning line-up at 8 a.m. More information about The Takeaway is here. Since moving Live Wire KUAC FM on Saturdays at 11 a.m., Conversations from the World Café will join the Saturday morning line up on KUAC2. You can get a taste here.