KYUK - AM 640 - Bethel, AK

Public Media for Alaska's Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta

We are dedicated to serving the rural Alaska and Native Alaskan population of our region and responding to issues that affect the people of the ... See more Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta. Our mission is to educate, stimulate and inform as well as provide cultural enrichment, entertainment, opportunity for public access and language maintenance for cultural survival. Bethel Broadcasting, Inc. is a Native American owned and operated public broadcasting joint licensee operating public radio and television stations located in Bethel Alaska. Bethel Broadcasting, Inc is a 501c(3) non-profit corporation licensed to do business in the State of Alaska. KYUK AM has been on the air since 1971. KYUK television began broadcasting in1972. In 2004 KYUK converted its full power channel 4 television service to a low power (LPTV) television service, K15AV, broadcasting on channel 15. KYUK also broadcasts the Alaska Rural Communication Service (ARCS) television signal to the community of Bethel on LPTV transmitter K21AO, channel 21. KYUK 640AM provides national, state and local news, local weather, public affairs shows, entertainment programming and high school basketball coverage. KYUK is an Alaska Public Radio Network member station and a member station of the Alaska ONE statewide public television network. In December 2009, KYUK 90.3 FM signed on the air as a second service providing an alternative, more localized, program stream to Bethel and six nearby villages with a 1Kilowatt low power analog transmitter. 90.3 FM The Mix offers an all music format with local weather reports, public service announcements and a daily local news report. KYUK radio serves a population of approximately 22,000 predominantly Yup’ik Eskimo residents in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta in Southwestern Alaska. KYUK-AM is the only radio station available for most of the population served. Alaska's Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta Many elder residents in the region are monolingual Yup’ik speakers or speak English as a second language. To make our service as valuable as possible, KYUK broadcasts approximately one hour a day of local news in the Yup’ik language and three and one half hours a week of Yup’ik public affairs and talk shows. Many of our public affairs shows are in English with Yup’ik translation. KYUK radio is a conduit for critical weather and search and rescue information and the primary Emergency Alert System originator for the region.

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907.543.3131

P.O. Box 468 Bethel, Alaska 99559

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