Channel 8 Television

Volunteers had fun with a Halloween episode of Flash! Unalaska in 2014.
Credit KUCB File Photo

A central messaging system that serves our community through local productions and a scrolling Community Bulletin Board.  Staff collaborates with volunteers to create about 10 hours of local programming per week.  Our signature weekly show is called Flash! Unalaska and it has been on the air since 1988.  Channel 8 also runs local documentaries, live City Council meetings, archival content, and rebroadcasts of community events and lectures.

Lauren Adams / KUCB

Thank you, Unalaska, for making the Channel 8 Auction a big success.  This event is our biggest fundraiser of the year and a beloved local tradition.  We auctioned off more than 200 items, and all funds will support Channel 8 TV's operating budget.  Our two day event raised over $19,000 and we are grateful.  Here are the auction results:

The most entertaining television event of the year is right around the corner!  It's the Channel 8 Auction and it's coming to Unalaska on February 26 and 27, live from the Burma Road Chapel. We hope that you'll make a party out of it: invite your friends over, tune in, bid high and bid often to support community television. We'll have lots of great items again this year and our staff and volunteers can't wait to bring you another great show!

Raider Report: November

Nov 20, 2015

UCSD continued to be busy during the month of October.

KUCB File Photo

Every Wednesday, Channel 8 produces Flash! Unalaska.  The program has been on the air since 1988.  That means that hundreds of people have volunteered to appear on local television.  We are looking for your help preserving the valuable content produced by Channel 8 over the years.   If you value Unalaska's video history, think about donating to our Adopt-a-Tape program.  We have lots of cool premiums that come with a donation, including an I Flashed Unalaska t-shirt.

Chrissy Roes

A display of colorful new sculptures adorns the lobby of the Unalaska's community center. At first glance, they might look like ornately decorated milk jugs and Styrofoam packaging, but take a closer look and you’ll find that the kids in PCR 360 program created a whole bug village after studying about insects in the after school program.