KSKA - FM 91.9 - Anchorage, AK

Public Radio

Public radio station KSKA FM 91.1 is Southcentral Alaska’s source of NPR news and information. KSKA began broadcasting from Grant Hall on the Alaska Pacific ... See more University campus in 1978. KSKA signed on the air as 103 FM on August 15 as Aurora Community Broadcasting with 3,000 watts of power. Around 1980, KSKA boosted power to 36,000 watts and moved to FM 91.1 on the dial. In 1994, KSKA merged with public television station KAKM Channel 7, forming the parent company of the Alaska Public Telecommunications Inc. (APTI) and moved in with KAKM at the Elmo Sackett Broadcast Center in 1997. KSKA tripled its coverage area in the fall of 1998 by installing a 100,000-watt transmitter. On July 1, 2004, APTI merged with the Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN) to become more efficient by consolidating services. KSKA broadcasts 24-hours-a-day and reaches about 60 percent of the state’s population. KSKA cooperates with KAKM in local initiatives and public affairs programming and APRN provides news content and direction for KSKA reporters and public affairs producers.

Anchorage, Alaska, United States

Public | 350 tune ins | FM 91.9 48Kbps English

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907-550-8400 general business 907-550-8484 pledge drive / auction line (Anchorage) 800-478-5256 pledge drive / auction line (statewide) 907-550-8433 KSKA live call-in (Anchorage) 888-353-5752 KSKA live call-in (statewide)

KSKA Public Radio 3877 University Dr Anchorage AK 99508-4676

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