Starting this month, KNOM now offers a new inspirational spot each week on knom.org.
Just a reminder: KNOM never has, nor ever will, share, rent, sell, exchange, or barter your personal information with anyone, for any reason. This is a promise we take very seriously.
In recent weeks, it’s been a tale of two studios at KNOM. As our brand-new, digital studios have become fully operational, our existing studio rooms have been getting a facelift.
A recent gift from a KNOM benefactor will play a special role in our digital studios’ dedication in October.
Our series #FocusWesternAK continues with a look at Shishmaref, a community of 600 located on the edge of the Chukchi Sea — and threatened by climate change.
One of the last projects of KNOM volunteer Emily Russell, prior to her departure from Nome, was to compile a series of photographs of Stebbins, Alaska, which she visited twice in her ’15-’16 term. It’s part of our new series, #FocusWesternAK.
We’re excited to introduce to you Karen Trop and Lauren Frost, the producers of our 2016-2017 class of KNOM volunteers.
Our #FocusWesternAK series continues with a look at Stebbins, Alaska, in both summer and winter.
On July 14, KNOM celebrated its 45th anniversary — while, at the same time, continuing to work towards our intended autumn launch timeline for our brand-new digital studios.
A few months ago, KNOM’s Margaret DeMaioribus accompanied Nome parish priest Fr. Vince Burns on a day trip above the Arctic Circle: to the hub city of Kotzebue, Alaska.