KSKA FM 91.1 and Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN), both Alaska public radio organizations, are celebrating 30 years of service to the people of Alaska.
APTI merges with Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN).
She also spent a decade at KYUK AM/TV in Bethel and was a producer for the Alaska Public Radio Network
. She has garnered awards from Alaska Press Women, the Alaska Press Club, the Society of Professional Journalists, Scripps-Howard, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Dale Harrison has been named director of news and public affairs at the Alaska Public Radio Network
. Harrison comes to APRN from Northwest Public Radio, a 12-station network based at Washington State University in Pullman, WA.
Statewide public broadcast stations, held together by programming produced by the Alaska Public Radio Network
(APRN) and National Public Radio (NPR), play a vital role as an information conduit for their region.