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On the air, on the ground outreach, begins Saturday Sept. 22 and runs through June. The national project was launched by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting as part of the American Graduate Initiative to bring media groups and community members together to address...
Alaska State Museum honors Elizabeth Peratrovich with exhibit, lecture

...For the Rights of All, was made possible in part by Native American Public Telecommunications, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the Rasmuson Foundation. These events are offered in conjuction with the Alaska State Museum current...
Movie producer returns to Silverbow with short film

...supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Asian American Television Association and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Director Nisha Ganatra's first feature-length film, "Chutney Popcorn," won awards at a handful...
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Public TV gets funds for digital equipment

Alaska's public television stations will receive $3 million to buy studio equipment and field gear for production of digital programming.
NPR's public and poorly handled affair

...of censorship. They are calling for an end to the limited federal funds the network receives through the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Now, for my thoughts: First of all, Williams' remarks about Muslims were not only "irresponsible...
KTOO manager joins ABA Hall of Fame

Bill Legere, general manager of Capital Community Broadcasting, has been inducted into the Alaska Broadcasters Hall of Fame. A press release states he received the honor at the ABA awards banquet in Anchorage on Nov. 5.
Alaska editorial: Keep public radio's AK show on the air

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting got something worthwhile going when it first funded the public radio magazine show AK.
Grant will help link Alaska stations

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.
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...This is a long-standing covenant between KTOO and our members and one that we urge Congress and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to impose on the rest of the public television and radio system in the country. Bill Legere General manager...
This Day in History mayor of a major city - Cleveland, Ohio. President Lyndon B. Johnson signed a bill establishing the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. In 1972, President Nixon was re-elected in a landslide over Democrat George McGovern. In 1973, Congress...


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