AK tops 200 episodes

Earlier this month APRN’s national award-winning show, AK, crept over the 200 episode mark, and we couldn’t be happier! First broadcast in the fall of 2003, AK has become a weekly Alaskan cultural touchstone as it brings the unique people and places of Alaska to life on public radio stations statewide and for listeners worldwide via the podcast. On KSKA, you can listen Saturday mornings at 10:00 a.m. or Tuesday mornings at 11:00 a.m.

Aside from a brief celebration in-house APRN also invited KTUU Channel 2 to stop by and have a look at how AK is produced and what makes this little four-year-old a winner. They profiled the show in the following brief video story, graciously shared online by KTUU via YouTube:

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Our heartfelt thanks go out to everyone that listens to and supports both AK and the public radio system in Alaska. We absolutely couldn’t do it without you.

And be sure to tune in for the next AK, this Saturday at 10:00 a.m. on KSKA Public Radio.

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