KUAC celebrated the life-saving efforts contributed by our volunteers on Tuesday, April 17th, 2012 at the Annual Volunteer Appreciation event. The festive atmosphere was sunny with lots of smiles as KUAC staff, and our volunteers, family and friends enjoyed build-your-own ice cream sundaes, music by Pantheon Steel Drum band, and Polaroid photos by Greer and Rachelle – as you can see in this wonderful video of the event compiled by KUAC TV’s Aaron Elterman – as well as in digital photographs by Deb Lawton, Aaron Elterman, and Lisa Scerbak. Click here to read all about it »
Last week, Jimmy and Vicki Tohill proved what intrepid and devoted fans of KUAC TV they are when they made a “sweat-equity” donation to restore service due to snow blocking the satellite dish near Healy. They shoveled out an eight-foot drift, for the love of KUAC programming they’d been missing. Read more about their four-plus hour undertaking on our Facebook page! Read More
What says ‘Spring’ more than preparing the garden, early spring flowers and recipes for Passover and Easter celebrations with family and friends? Join CREATE TV’s P. Allen Smith, Jeff Nathan, Burt Wolf, Katie Brown and others for Saturday’s Spring Fling marathon and other special themes every Saturday in April, on KUAC TV’s CREATE!
UAF student and KUAC volunteer Hannah Harrison is still glowing from the warm welcome and weather she and her guest Tom Redington enjoyed, after traveling to see A Prairie Home Companion in St. Paul, Minn. She won the trip giveaway held after the FM Fall Fundraiser, and was mentioned on the program last week when it aired. They even got a photo with PHC host Garrison Keillor. Read more on Hannah’s blog, and try not to envy her too much. Congratulations, Hannah, and thanks for representing KUAC and our audience so enthusiastically!
Interior Alaska’s public television station is returning to its roots. Effective July 1, KUAC, like its radio counterpart, will be a standalone station serving Interior Alaska.
At the November 18th meeting of the Alaska Public Broadcasting Service (APBS), the corporate entity for the AlaskaOne consortium whose members include the general managers at each of Alaska’s four public television stations, a motion was approved to move the public television centralized feed of AlaskaOne for KUAC, KTOO, and KYUK to Alaska Public Telecommunications, Inc. Read More