As part of a nationwide downsizing, Regal Cinemas is closing one of its three multiplex movie theaters in Anchorage, the Tikahtnu Stadium 16 IMAX & RPX.
Alaska Public Media (AKPM) chose a Midwestern broadcasting executive for the new position of Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Administration.
KNBA, the Anchorage-based radio station owned by Koahnic Broadcast Corporation, added two
veteran journalists to its broadcast newsroom.
YouTube makes uploading videos easy, but making an income on the platform takes as much work as any traditional job. Several Alaskans have found success sharing their unique points of view—with a particularly stunning state as a background.
To cut expenses, the December 9 and 23 editions will be the last with physical copies, and going forward the newspaper will be available only on its website.
Anchorage Community Theatre brings the musical Annie to the Sydney Laurence Theatre in the Anchorage Center for the Performing Arts thanks to a new charitable endowment, the Ruth Hart Fund.
A two-part documentary premiering on public television is the product of an all-Alaskan crew. At the Edge of Tomorrow, about life on Little Diomede Island, airs on KAKM November 16 and 23.
Advancements in technology, the global pandemic, and changes in how broadcasters operate has resulted in fewer voices in radio.
Valley Comic Con, returning for a second year, had space for local artists, apparel and toy merchants, tabletop gaming, and of course comic books for sale.
All six commercial radio stations in Juneau are changing hands to an out-of-state owner, an acquaintance of the current owners, Frontier Media.