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Alice Rogoff

Alice Rogoff

She was involved in nation- and world-wide news organization for many years, and she has found a new home in Alaska. As the Alaska Dispatch’s co-owner and publisher, her and her colleagues aim to being some of the most in-depth reporting from rural Alaska and bring it to a larger audience.

TV: Sunday, 8/26 6:30pm & Wednesday, 8/29 at 11:00pm
KSKA: Thursday, 8/30 at 1:00pm

August 24, 2012
Phillip Blanchett

Phillip Blanchett

It started out as a music lesson in his brother’s basement. The traditional Inuit drumsongs with impressive interlocking harmonies immediately gave Pamyua founding member Phillip Blanchett a feeling that he will never forget, and it has set this uniquely Alaskan musical group apart from the rest of the crowd.

TV: Sunday, 8/19 6:30pm & Wednesday, 8/22 at 11:00pm
KSKA: Thursday, 8/23 at 1:00pm

August 17, 2012
Lori Bradford

Lori Bradford

This West High School dance instructor has been working to pass on both her knowledge and passion for dance on to her students. Since she began teaching, Lori Bradford has built an incredibly successful program that brings the community together.

TV: Sunday, 8/12 6:30pm & Wednesday, 8/15 at 11:00pm
KSKA: Thursday, 8/16 at 1:00pm

August 10, 2012
Steve Johnson

Steve Johnson

UAA’s debate team ranks second in the U.S. behind Yale and is among the best in the world. Coach Steve Johnson talks about what makes him so passionate about teaching the art of debate to students and what it takes to claim a place among the world’s elite debate teams.

TV: Sunday, 8/5 6:30pm & Wednesday, 8/8 at 11:00pm
KSKA: Thursday, 8/9 at 1:00pm

August 3, 2012
1on1: Ben Woodland

1on1: Ben Woodland

This foreign language extraordinaire and 49th state fellow has a knack for learning languages, and has some lofty goals for his future. But, for now, Ben Woodland is traveling the world and learning what he can.

TV: Sunday, 7/29 6:30pm & Wednesday, 8/1 at 11:00pm
KSKA: Thursday, 8/2 at 1:00pm

July 27, 2012
1on1: Jeanne Devon

1on1: Jeanne Devon

The founder of The Mudflats blog, Jeanne Devon, was used to seeing a couple hundred people visit her site each day, and was a little surprised that she had a viewership that big. Then Sarah Palin was selected as the GOP Vice Presendential nominee, and Devon’s political blog’s viewership soared to thousands of hits a day from people wanting to know more about the person who had a chance to be the second most powerful person in America.

TV: Sunday, 7/22 6:30pm & Wednesday, 7/25 at 11:00pm
KSKA: Thursday, 7/26 at 1:00pm

July 20, 2012
1on1: Rabah Chettfour

1on1: Rabah Chettfour

Meet the heart and soul of today’s Alaska. They are colorful. They are adventuresome. They are inspiring. Find out why they came here and why they stayed. Their answers might surprise you. Every week on 1on1.

TV: Sunday, 7/5 6:30pm & Wednesday, 7/18 at 11:00pm
KSKA: Thursday, 7/19 at 1:00pm

July 13, 2012

1on1: Dallas Seavey

He says he did crazier things while training for the Iditarod, than he did during the race itself. Gain some insight into the life of the reigning Iditarod champion.

TV: Sunday, 7/8 6:30pm & Wednesday, 7/11 at 11:00pm
KSKA: Thursday, 7/12 at 1:00pm

July 6, 2012

1on1: Schatzie Schaefers

Meet the heart and soul of today’s Alaska. They are colorful. They are adventuresome. They are inspiring. Find out why they came here and why they stayed. Their answers might surprise you. Every week on 1on1.

June 29, 2012
Holly Brooks

Holly Brooks

A few short years ago, she was a coach for APU’s nordic ski team, not ever really considering herself to be among the world’s best skiers. But after an oddly-timed revelation, she is now an Olympian, skiing alongside fellow Alaskan Kikkan Randall. After a long World Cup season in Europe, she is back in Alaska, talking about how she got to this point.

TV: Sunday, 6/24 at 6:30pm and Wednesday, 6/27 at 10:00pm
KSKA: Thursday, 6/28 at 1:00pm

June 22, 2012
Tyler Arnold

Tyler Arnold

When he started his first international business, Tyler Arnold’s business partners had no idea he was only in high school, answering their emails from his Blackberry in the back of their class. He’s not even 20 years old, but he is already making his mark on the international business scene.

KAKM: Sunday, 5/27 at 6:30pm and Wednesday, 5/30 at 10:00pm
KSKA: Thursday, May 31 at 1:00pm

June 15, 2012
Sheila Wyne

Sheila Wyne

She had nothing but a backpack and a one-way ticket to Alaska when she left home. When she got to Alaska, Sheila had no idea what she wanted to do with her life, but after discovering her passion for art while working in the ceramics lab at UAA she can’t imagine ever doing anything else.

KAKM: Sunday, 5/27 at 6:30pm and Wednesday, 5/30 at 10:00pm
KSKA: Thursday, May 31 at 1:00pm

May 25, 2012
Chad Carpenter

Chad Carpenter

He always loved drawing and cartooning, but never really thought that he would be able to make a living off of it. So, Chad Carpenter decided law enforcement was the path he would take, until he got a little encouragement from an instructor and he decided to leave the trooper academy and take up cartooning full time. After getting “Tundra” off the ground in Alaska and hustling state fairs, his passion started to take off, making it into over 500 newspapers nationwide so far.

KAKM: Sun. 5/20 at 6:30 pm & Weds. 5/23 at 10:00 pm
KSKA: Thurs. 5/24 at 1:00 pm

May 18, 2012
Rev. Norm Elliott

Rev. Norm Elliott

Some call him the “Wobbly Canary” because of his flying of a bright yellow plane, but most know him as Rev. Norm Elliott. He was flying around Interior Alaska holding church services, so long as the temperature was above -40 degrees. You could probably even argue that he is among the most experienced bush pilots in Alaska history, since flying himself around was just another part of the job.

KAKM: Sun. 5/13 at 6:30 pm & Weds. 5/16 at 10:00 pm
KSKA: Thurs. 5/17 at 1:00 pm

May 11, 2012
Buzz Schwall

Buzz Schwall

Buzz Schwall’s talents have taken him around the world, from Alaska, throughout Europe and even into the war-torn nation of Afghanistan. Schwall is a puppet master and has been involved in the theater scene for over a decade after working as a carpenter for most of his adult life.

KAKM: Sun. 5/6 at 6:30 pm & Weds. 5/9 at 10:00 pm
KSKA: Thurs. 5/10 at 1:00 pm

May 4, 2012
Roman Dial

Roman Dial

Though he spends much of his work week in a math classroom teaching at Alaska Pacific University, Roman Dial is anything but the stereotypical math nerd. His accomplishments outside of class, outside of civilization, and, frankly, outside the vast majority of people’s comfort levels, in some of the wildest country left on the planet are astonishing. Read More…

KAKM: Sun. 4/29 at 6:30 pm & Weds. 5/2 at 10:00 pm
KSKA: Thurs. 5/3 at 1:00 pm

April 26, 2012
1on1: Julia O’Malley

1on1: Julia O’Malley

Pull up a chair and have a cup of coffee with of Anchorage’s best known and least known movers, shakers, and characters on “1on1,” KSKA and KAKM TV’s new weekly interview show. Host Charles Wohlforth chats with artists, athletes, entrepreneurs, restaurateurs, adventurers, musicians and trend setters at Kaladi Brothers coffee shops.

The program debuts with Anchorage Daily News’ columnist, Julia O’Malley. Read More…

KAKM TV: Sun. 4/22 at 6:30 pm & Weds. 4/25 at 10:00 pm
KSKA FM: Thurs. 4/26 at 1:00 pm

April 24, 2012