Going Green: Business Opportunities and Challenges

KSKA Public Radio is proud to present Joel Makower's recent Anchorage speech on the business rewards and challenges of "going green." Len Anderson originally filed...

Happy Birthday KSKA!

KSKA Public Radio first went on the air 30 years ago next month -- on August 15, 1978. To celebrate the event -- and...

Web extra: Complete AEDC mid-year update

Listen to Bill Popp's complete AEDC mid-year update and three year forecast, recorded Wednesday, July 23 at the AEDC Investor's Luncheon. Bill Popp on Community...

Snow? Really? On April 25th? Come on!

Anchorage got a rude surprise today. It started off innocently enough. The white stuff melted on contact with pavement that had been warmed in recent...

Web Extra: Jayne Sheppard speaks at Light of Hope

Jayne Sheppard is a young mother who battled alcoholism to set her life in order and regain her children. Two quotes from her...

Web Extra: Slade Martin speaks at Light of Hope

Slade Martin spent over a decade in the state’s foster child care program. At this past Friday’s "Light of Hope" luncheon he described...

Web Extra: Iditarod 2008

Gerald Sousa, veteran musher from Talkeetna, AK departing Anchorage Joe Garnie, musher from Teller, AK sits down with APRN's Ellen Lockyer before the official start...

Web Extra: Dan Sullivan on running for Mayor in 2009

After filing a letter of intent with the state elections commission earlier this month, Anchorage Assembly member Dan Sullivan this week issued a press...

AK tops 200 episodes

Earlier this month APRN's national award-winning show, AK, crept over the 200 episode mark, and we couldn't be happier! First broadcast in the fall...

Video: Howard Weaver

In addition to the audio of Howard Weaver's speech at UAA on September 21, we also have video available for those interested. Total (MP4) video...

Howard Weaver on KSKA

On a Friday evening in late September the UAA Honors College welcomed Howard Weaver, former editor of the Anchorage Daily News, to campus to...

Banned Books Week: Carol Comeau reads Harry Potter

In honor of Banned Books Week, Carol Comeau read from one of her personal favorites, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling...

Banned Books Week: Rebecca Sheir reads "And Tango Makes Three"

AK's Rebecca Sheir was one of the few who read a children's book, making sure to share the illustrations with the audience while reading...

Banned Books Week: Mark Begich reads "The Chocolate War"

Anchorage Mayor Mark Begich chose to read The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier at the Banned Books Read Out held at Title Wave Books.

Banned Books Week

(From Left) Mayor Mark Begich, Stellar Secondary School student, and Rebecca Sheir. Photo by Kristin Spack, KSKA. Slaughterhouse-Five, Of Mice and Men, 1984, Naked...

Picnic Photos!

Thanks to everyone that came out to our Member Appreciation Picnic last night! It was great weather and we were delighted to meet so...