Get out your duct tape—now is the time to start planning your vessel for KUAC’s Red Green Regatta! Join us on the water or on the shore on Sunday of Golden Days weekend as the “flotilla of fun” takes off from Graehl Park and docks at Pioneer Park. Visit our official 2014 Red Green Regatta webpage (here) for all the info and look for registration information in early summer. See you on the water!
We want to thank the nearly 20 supporters out there who have linked their Fred Meyer Rewards Card to KUAC! Your support adds up to real dollars and makes a difference at Interior Alaska’s public radio and television station. Did you know you can support KUAC and still get your reward coupons? Not signed up or want to see the FAQ? Go to this link with your rewards card handy and make your “click” of support to KUAC #84486 today!
America’s Generations with Chuck Underwood is a stirring, enjoyable, and intimate conversation that helps to bridge the generation gaps that exist throughout our nation. Humorous, poignant, and unforgettable storytelling, presented by Chuck to a full-house theater audience, take a mesmerizing stroll down Memory Lane and a forecast of each generation’s future. Tune in Tuesday nights at 10 through May 20th, on KUAC TV Channel 9.1 or GCI Cable Channel 9.
Let Us Tell You a Story. Every week, great actors from stage, screen and television bring incredible stories to life. The originator of the driveway moment, Selected Shorts is the show over 300,000 people listen to every week on public radio. KUAC2 carries Selected Shorts, Sunday nights at 11 and is just one of the many weekly programs available on many weekly programs available on KUAC2 online, KUAC HD2 or KUAC TV 9.6.
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It’s a bird…It’s a plane…It’s Super PEG! Beginning May 5, PBS KIDS will air four new episodes of the hit math and problem-solving series PEG + CAT. In “Super PEG Week,” Peg and Cat go on all-new adventures and journey to a variety of places, including the town of Mathtropolis, where “Super Peg” and “Cat Guy” (comic book superhero versions of the dynamic duo) must use math and creative thinking to defeat the “Arch Villain” and save the day. The action-packed episodes include challenges that highlight foundational math concepts such as shapes, lines, ordinal numbers and spatial relationships. Tune in next week at 8 am or 2 pm, on KUAC TV Channel 9.1 or GCI Cable Channel 9.
Both Edward R. Murrow Regional Awards will go on to the national competition next month. The 2013 Iditarod Sled Dog Race coverage won in Best Feature Reporting category while “Spearfishing: A Lesson” won in the Best Feature Reporting Category. See all results here.
At the state level KUAC received: Second Place–Best Sports Reporting, First Place–Best Single Story Reporting. Third Place–Best Environmental Reporting, Second Place–Best Reporting on Health or Science, Third Place–Best Reporting on Government or Politics, Third Place–Best Arts Reporting, and Second Place–Best Comprehensive Coverage. See all results here.
Congratulations Dan Bross, Emily Schwing and Tim Ellis!