Raven Radio aired The Greater Sitka Arts Council's version of Wait Wait on May 10th. The show includes some special quiz show contestants, as well as the funny and talented panelists, the official judge and score-keeper, Owen Fulton, and of course the beloved host, Ed Ronco. If you missed the live show or the broadcast, you can hear it in its entirety here! (Photo by Bobbi Jordan)
Our volunteers are cooking up some great radio for the week leading up to our One-Day Spring Drive. Starting this Friday, you can hear live music, special themes and all-around great radio! You can find the full schedule of shows for Radio Celebration Week here! And don't forget, if you missed a show, you can hear it on demand through our Program Schedule!
Seaman Lindy and Chief Alan from Air Station Sitka guest host on The Speaking Tube and take us on a swing journey. Listen to their favorite songs to swing to, songs you wouldn't expect to swing to and learn about their love of the pretzel. Oh yeah, they both have thrown a telephone pole in the Highland Games as well. Listen to the full show here!
As seen in our sign on poster designed by Sitka artist Vern Culp, Raven Radio turns 32 years old today. Technically, KCAW went on the air with a limited broadcast schedule at an earlier date, but March 6th is the "official" birthday of Raven Radio. Thanks to everyone who has contributed to the ongoing success of our community station since our sign on in 1982 and the years before~!
Did you miss your favorite local radio show this week? Never fear! Now you can just cruise on over to our Program Schedule and click on any local show to hear the latest episode. It's never been easier to listen to all of the great content our community programs provide. Happy listening!
This week (12-31-13) radio stations in Southeast Alaska say goodbye to a longtime friend and colleague, Matt Lichtenstein. Lichtenstein is the most senior reporter in CoastAlaska, and our regional expert on fisheries. He’s been at KFSK in Petersburg for 18 years, but on Tuesday he hung up his microphone and tape recorder and picked up his Grundens to join the SE commercial fishing fleet full time as a power troller. Be sure to listen to him sing “Ode to a Lost Cannonball.”