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Organix – Wearable Art 2013

Organix – Wearable Art 2013

-  Saturday at 8:00 pm  -  You were expecting Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn?  Join Shona Strauser and Andy Kline, co-hosts of this years Wearable Art 2013 extravaganza. This event was recorded on Saturday, February 9 in Juneau’s Centennial Hall.  Wearable Art is a production of the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council and 360 North. [...]

The Odyssey of Captain Healy

The Odyssey of Captain Healy

-  Sunday at 8:00 pm  -  As captain of a U.S. Marine Revenue cutter, Captain Michael Healy stood for law and order along the treacherous 30,000-mile coast of the Alaska territory. From San Francisco’s Barbary Coast to the Arctic, sailors swapped stories of “Hell-Roaring Mike Healy.” The man who skippered the U.S. cutter called Bear [...]

State of the Union Address to Congress

State of the Union Address to Congress

-  Tuesday at 5:00 pm  -  President Obama will deliver his State of the Union Address to Congress LIVE on 360 North in this PBS Newshour Special Report.

Symposium on Wellness

Symposium on Wellness

-  Monday at 8:00 pm  -  Learn about the impact that food allergies can have on mental and emotional well-being and the strength people get from peer support during recovery from mental illness and substance abuse.  This event is a special presentation  of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Juneau in collaboration with 360 North.  [...]

Alaska Statehood Pioneers – Series Starts Wednesday

Alaska Statehood Pioneers – Series Starts Wednesday

An new 360 North series begins Wednesday at 8:00 pm.  Alaska Statehood Pioneers: In Their Own Words is a ten-part original television series of oral history documentaries.  It was produced in collaboration with the Alaska Film Archives at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, which will house the final productions, along with the original interviews, as an educational resource.
In 2004 extensive interviews were conducted with the remaining living delegates of the Alaska Constitutional Convention, those who worked at the convention, and other notable Alaska figures. These interviews were conducted by historian Dr. Terrence Cole of the University of Alaska and public television producers in preparation of the Creating Alaska project and the upcoming celebration of the 50th anniversary of statehood. Many of these stories have never before been told. The video interviews have never been broadcast.Most have only been seen by a few people.
In these interviews, these great pioneer Alaskans tell about their contributions and involvement in forming the constitution and the state. They also tell about themselves, their families, their lives in Alaska, and the early days of Alaska as a territory and the journey to statehood. About half of the participants have passed on in the subsequent years… Judge Tom Stewart, Dr. George Rogers, Jay Hammond and Maynard Londborg.
Funding for Alaska Statehood Pioneers: In Their Own Words was made possible by support from The Alaska Committee, The Alaska Humanities Forum and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The programs by episode:
1  The Constitutional Convention and Statehood
2  Vic Fischer
3  Tom Stewart
4  Jack Coghill
5  Maynard Londborg
6  George Rogers
7  Katie Hurley
8  George Sundborg
9   Jay Hammond part 1
10  Jay Hammond part 2

Alaska Statehood Pioneers – New Series Starts Wednesday

Alaska Statehood Pioneers – New Series Starts Wednesday

An new 360 North series begins Wednesday at 8:00 pm.  Alaska Statehood Pioneers: In Their Own Words is a ten-part original television series of oral history documentaries.  It was produced in collaboration with the Alaska Film Archives at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, which will house the final productions, along with the original interviews, as an educational resource.
In 2004 extensive interviews were conducted with the remaining living delegates of the Alaska Constitutional Convention, those who worked at the convention, and other notable Alaska figures. These interviews were conducted by historian Dr. Terrence Cole of the University of Alaska and public television producers in preparation of the Creating Alaska project and the upcoming celebration of the 50th anniversary of statehood. Many of these stories have never before been told. The video interviews have never been broadcast.Most have only been seen by a few people.
In these interviews, these great pioneer Alaskans tell about their contributions and involvement in forming the constitution and the state. They also tell about themselves, their families, their lives in Alaska, and the early days of Alaska as a territory and the journey to statehood. About half of the participants have passed on in the subsequent years… Judge Tom Stewart, Dr. George Rogers, Jay Hammond and Maynard Londborg.
Funding for Alaska Statehood Pioneers: In Their Own Words was made possible by support from The Alaska Committee, The Alaska Humanities Forum and the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The programs by episode:
1  The Constitutional Convention and Statehood
2  Vic Fischer
3  Tom Stewart
4  Jack Coghill
5  Maynard Londborg
6  George Rogers
7  Katie Hurley
8  George Sundborg
9   Jay Hammond part 1
10  Jay Hammond part 2

Starting a Business

Starting a Business

-  Coming soon  -  We’ve teamed up with the Alaska Small Business Development Center (AKSBDC) to make their beginning workshop available to you on 360 North.  Starting on January 26, their Starting a Business workshop will be available on 360 North television and on the web.
Current scheduled broadcast times are:
January 26, Saturday @ 10:00 am
January 27, Sunday @ 1:00 pm
February 2, Saturday @ 10:00 am
February 3, Sunday @ 1:00 pm
February 10, Sunday @ 10:00 pm
February 15, Friday @ 8:00 pm
February 16, Saturday @ 4:00 am
February 17, Sunday @ 1:00 pm
You are invited to watch, learn and inquire about business counseling and other information offered by the Alaska Small Business Development Center.

Alaska Statehood Pioneers – New Series Starts Next Week

Alaska Statehood Pioneers – New Series Starts Next Week

An new 360 North series begins next Wednesday at 8:00 pm.  Alaska Statehood Pioneers: In Their Own Words is a ten-part original television series of oral history documentaries.  It was produced in collaboration with the Alaska Film Archives at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, which will house the final productions, along with the original interviews, as an educational resource.
In 2004 extensive interviews were conducted with the remaining living delegates of the Alaska Constitutional Convention, those who worked at the convention, and other notable Alaska figures. These interviews were conducted by historian Dr. Terrence Cole of the University of Alaska and public television producers in preparation of the Creating Alaska project and the upcoming celebration of the 50th anniversary of statehood. Many of these stories have never before been told. The video interviews have never been broadcast.Most have only been seen by a few people.
In these interviews, these great pioneer Alaskans tell about their contributions and involvement in forming the constitution and the state. They also tell about themselves, their families, their lives in Alaska, and the early days of Alaska as a territory and the journey to statehood. About half of the participants have passed on in the subsequent years… Judge Tom Stewart, Dr. George Rogers, Jay Hammond and Maynard Londborg.
Funding for Alaska Statehood Pioneers: In Their Own Words was made possible by support from The Alaska Committee, The Alaska Humanities Forum and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Alaska Supreme Court

Alaska Supreme Court

-   Sundays at 4:00 pm  -  Arguments Before the Alaska Supreme Court is an exclusive 360 North broadcast.  Watch the attorneys and Supreme Court justices take on the most important cases and decisions in our state.  Only on 360 North television and 360north.org.

China in Transition

China in Transition

-  Friday at 8:00  pm  -  The Juneau World Affairs Council presents China in Transition with Jack Perkowski.  Mr. Perkowski is often called ”Mr. China” because he is widely recognized as an expert on doing business there. He authored Managing the Dragon: How I’m Building a Billion Dollar Business in China, which provides timely insights into ongoing developments in the country.  This program was recorded in Juneau on December 12 for broadcast on 360 North.