KUCB KIAL Unalaska Community Broadcasting


Volunteer Matt Lightner stopped by to co-DJ an episode of AM Unalaska with Vic Fisher.
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KUCB Radio offers an eclectic mix of music and entertainment programming, local events listings and public service announcements.  Local programming is supplemented by a vibrant schedule of acquired shows from public radio sources.  

Newscast: 08/08/18

Aug 8, 2018

While Unalaskans are fed up with slow internet and dropped calls, it's unlikely the FCC's recent visit will spark concrete changes anytime soon; the Alaska Legislative Council has voted to close the island's LIO office; and the U.S. Coast Guard has rescued a commercial fisherman who was hit in the head by a crab pot.

Newscast: 08/06/18

Aug 6, 2018

Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr is visiting Unalaska; the state is considering a carbon tax against companies that burn or produce fossil fuels; and absentee voting has started for Alaska's primary election.

Newscast: 08/02/18

Aug 2, 2018

Unalaskans can expect a full weekend ahead — from the Tundra Golf Classic to the annual half marathon; a group of Alaska Native teens has premiered a bilingual hip-hop video; and prospective tourists have pledged to cancel vacations to Alaska if U.S. Sen. Murkowski confirms President Trump's pick for the Supreme Court.

Newscast: 08/01/18

Aug 1, 2018

Golden king crab season is underway; Bristol Bay's strong salmon returns stand in stark contrast to other parts of Alaska; and U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski is still undecided on President Donald Trump's pick for the Supreme Court.

Newscast: 07/31/18

Jul 31, 2018

Unalaskans should expect delays along Captains Bay Road through Aug. 9; scientists are wondering how Bering Sea pollock will fare in a warming ocean; and Alaska is headed toward an unusually competitive primary election.