Yupik dance, mask making, and murals were just a few of the workshops offered at the first of what many hope will become an annual event.
Francesca reflects on the changing of yet another season.
It was an adventure that she describes as one of the most incredible highlights of her year of service. In April, news volunteer Francesca Fenzi hit the trail for a sled dog race that offers a unique look of what makes rural Alaska so special.
April’s NAB Show offered a few KNOMers the rare chance to see and touch a wide variety of cutting-edge sound equipment. This was a crucial opportunity as work moves forward on our digital studios.
Our listeners have become slightly more fluent in the Alaska Native language of Iñupiaq through a new series of fun, conversation-focused radio spots.
This week on Sounding Board, we want to hear how you participate in Native Games and engage in Native Youth Olympics. Call us at 10 a.m., Thursday April 16.
On the 114th birthday of the City of Nome, a special hotline to KNOM’s hometown — with wishes for many more years to come.
Check out our gallery of photos from early in this year’s Kobuk 440 sled dog race.
Even though our digital studios are still under-construction, their uninterruptible power supply (UPS) battery unit — an impressive apparatus that will provide backup power for the entire studio — has just come online. Here’s why that’s important.
Serving the people of Western Alaska takes one to incredible places. Father Ross Tozzi recently returned from an extraordinary, unexpectedly lengthy stay in one of our region’s most singular communities, and later this month, he’ll be traveling again: this time, out of Western Alaska, entirely.