The Alaska Public Broadcasting Commission approved a plan last week for Alaska's four public television stations to evenly split a state funding cut of $127,500 for 2006.
Public broadcasting in Alaska took one step closer last week to completing a project that would link 30 television and radio stations across the state through a high-speed data network, allowing them to provide broader statewide news coverage.
...February 2004. Broadcasting company names director: Jamie Waste of Juneau was named executive director of Alaska Public Broadcasting Inc. in September. Waste, a veteran Alaska public broadcaster, will head the organization which provides leadership...
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