Caitlin talks about the new radio spot series she’s created with Marjorie Tahbone. The series focuses on learning the Iñupiaq language through conversation — and laughter.
Join KNOM in celebrating Martin Luther King Day through “King’s Last March,” a one-hour American Radio-Works documentary.
Your favorite shows have “gone Christmas” this week. Each show celebrates the Christmas season in its own, unique way. See the schedule for this year’s featured shows.
In late November, weekend listeners to KNOM may hear two artists they’ve been listening to for decades — but in ways they haven’t heard until 2014.
Lace up your boots, throw on your cowboy hat, and get ready for a wild ride on AK Country this upcoming Wednesday!
Race season is upon us, and volunteers play a valuable role in providing on-air coverage, handling full-responsibilities right alongside full-time staff to get quality information to our listeners.
A new show – AK Country – is coming to our Wednesday afternoons, and it’s all about country music.
The Christmas season starts earlier and earlier every year, but in media it starts way before anyone has even begun to think about their Thanksgiving menus.…
For the next month, we’ll be accepting poems and short stories from the children of Western Alaska. Submissions will be accepted through Saturday, December 21st.
In October, two Nome residents raised in the Native communities of Oklahoma shared their experiences – and traditional songs – with our listeners. Hear their music.