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KTUU programming returns to rural Alaska communities

Anchorage, Alaska – GCI is pleased to announce it has reached agreement with the owners of Anchorage-based NBC affiliate KTUU regarding program carriage. Effective February 6, no later than 1p.m, the agreement allows GCI to restore NBC programming to its rural markets.

Communities with restored NBC programming include: Barrow, Bethel, Cordova, Kodiak, Kotzebue, Kuparuk, Nome, BP North Slope and Valdez.

“We thank our customers in rural Alaska for their patience as we sought to create a fair, comprehensive, long-term agreement that ensured great programming with consistency and value,” said Paul Landes, GCI’s senior vice president & general manager, consumer services.

GCI is the top provider of voice, data and video services in Alaska, through which consumers can experience entertainment everywhere. GCI is also the leading provider of communications services to enterprise customers, particularly large enterprise customers with complex data networking needs. More information about GCI can be found at www.gci.com.

 

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