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Channel 2 NewsA group of Alaska broadcasters fired the latest salvo in a battle over the future of the state’s airwaves Friday, replying to cable provider General Communication Inc.’s defense before the Federal Communications Commission of its plans to...
Channel 2 NewsChannel 2 announced plans Monday to move into a new Midtown building within a year of its 60th anniversary, featuring a high-definition television studio to serve viewers across the state. Andy MacLeod, the station’s president and general manager,...
Channel 2 NewsCable provider General Communication Inc. has laid out its case for purchasing three Alaska television stations, responding to a petition opposing the move from several Alaska broadcasters before the Federal Communications Commission. In a Thursday...
Channel 2 NewsSeveral Alaska broadcasters issued a challenge to cable provider General Communication Inc.’s plans for expansion Friday, filing a petition with the Federal Communications Commission to block the company’s purchase of three television stations...
Channel 2 NewsAssociated Television International, the California company that produced "Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp," collected a $354,348 subsidy from Alaska, according to an article from the Fairbanks Daily-News Miner. The News-Miner also reports that Bristol...
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KTUU-TV and DISH Network reached an agreement late Thursday that will allow subscribers to the satellite service to continue viewing Alaska's top-rated television station without service interruptions. “We are glad a fair market-based agreement...
Channel 2 NewsPlanet Green is changing course. Its corporate parent, Discovery Communications, announced Wednesday that the cable channel will change its emphasis on nature and ecology and focus instead on the country's spirit and culture under the new name of...
Channel 2 NewsReality show based in Alaska gets set for its TLC debut in December. The TLC cable channel will air seven episodes of "Hook, Line & Sisters." The show explores the of world deep-sea commercial fishing by following the lives of the Andersons. The...
Tags: Music, Entertainment, Television, Fishing, Television Industry
Channel 2 NewsThe UAA Class of 2012 will celebrate its commencement ceremony on May 6 at the Sullivan Arena. The University of Alaska Anchorage said 2,172 students applied for graduation and at this weekend’s ceremony and the class of 2012 will earn a total of...
Channel 2 NewsThe Anchorage School District has launched a search for a new superintendent. The District wanted to start looking for Superintendent Carol Comeau's replacement early because several other school districts around the country are also searching for new...
Channel 2 NewsThe sentencing for a repeat drunk driver convicted of second degree murder and D.U.I. charges is on hold. Lori Phillip's defense attorney, Rex Butler, asked for a new trial, claiming the previous trial was unfair because of a public service announcement...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Crimes, Lawyers, Entertainment, Trials
Channel 2 NewsIf you live in Anchorage or another urban area with high speed internet, think back to the days of the dial-up modem. Remember how slow and annoying that was? Now you can empathize with Rural Alaskans, who still struggle with a slow and cumbersome...
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