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KTOO TAKES A LOOK INSIDE JUNEAU, ALASKA WITH A JUNEAU AFTERNOON

KTOO Takes a Look Inside Juneau, Alaska With A Juneau Afternoon

KTOO, public media for Juneau, Alaska, takes an inside look at what’s happening in Juneau with A Juneau Afternoon. Listeners have the chance to hear a range of interviews from local business owners to visiting artists and speakers. A Juneau Afternoon airs on KTOO (104.3FM ) from 3-4 p.m.  It is repeated on KRNN (102.7 FM) at 4 p.m.

Listen here for an episode of A Juneau Afternoon on:
  • Playwright Maureen Longworth talking about her new play, Blue Ticket—Fairies out of Alaska.
  • Guest conductor of Taku Winds highlighting the 4th of July Pops concert.
  • A representative from the Rock Dump sharing details of a community meeting.
 
Listen here for an episode of A Juneau Afternoon on:
  • Marian Call talking about her album release party at the Amalga Distillery.
  • Rashah McChesney discussing the new podcast from Alaska’s Energy Desk–Midnight Oil.
  • Mercedes Munoz highlighting activities at the CANVAS.

Take a look inside the studio with photos by Scott Burton below.

      Kirsa Hughes-Skandijs (left) and Alicia Hughes-Skandijs

Colleen Goldrich, Mandi Johnson and Catherine Walsh

Brandon Howard, Kathryn Kell and host Shona Strauser

If you’d like to be a guest on the program, contact KTOO during regular business hours at 586-1670, or send a note from the website’s “contact” page.

For more information visit A Juneau Afternoon's website.

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