Where to Tune

Broadcast TowerBroadcasting in Southeast Alaska presents some unusual challenges. That’s why you’ll find us in several spots on your radio and TV dial, as well as on local cable systems, Dish Network and DirecTV.

A note from our engineer: if your TV signal is weak and you don’t have an outdoor antenna, you might consider getting one. Aiming an outdoor antenna can be touchy. A good quality radio with an indoor antenna may improve radio reception. If you’d like some tips, or if you have other reception problems with either radio or TV, please call us.  Here’s a list to help you find us:

KTOO News
  • Downtown Juneau – 104.3
  • Lemon/Switzer Creek – 101.7
  • Mendenhall Valley – 103.1
  • Hoonah – 91.9
  • Gustavus – 88.1
  • Excursion Inlet – 89.9
  • GCI Cable Juneau (stereo) – Channel 871
KRNN
  • Juneau – 102.7
  • GCI Cable Juneau (stereo) – Channel 872
KXLL Excellent Radio
  • Juneau – 100.7
  • GCI Cable Juneau (stereo) – Channel 873
KTOO-TV Digital Channels   (Juneau)
  • Alaska Public Television:  Channel 3.1 (channel 10 or 657 in HD on GCI Cable)
  • Create:  Channel 3.2 (channel 94 on GCI Cable)
  • 360 North: Channel 3.3 (Channel 18 on GCI Cable)
KTOO-TV Analog Channels   (Throughout Southeast Alaska)
  • Angoon – Channel 9
  • Sitka – Channel 10
  • Petersburg – Channel 9
  • Wrangell – Channel 9
  • Kake – Channel 12
Public Radio in Southeast Alaska: