We’ve just finished compiling our third source diversity report, which reflects a period in which the COVID-19 pandemic was wholly present in Alaska.
The pandemic means there are more opportunities every day to talk to new people who haven’t been a part of our coverage before.
We take our public mission seriously and instead of scaling back during these uncertain times, we are ramping up.
As a part of a website redesign for KTOO.org, we’ve consolidated our digital services in order to better serve our online audience.
We’ve started asking everyone who appeared in a news story or was a guest on Juneau Afternoon to identify their gender and race and/or ethnicity.
Part of our newsroom’s mission is to “consciously seek out the voices, perspectives and stories not found in other news outlets.”
Facebook incorrectly flagged two of KTOO’s posts as “clickbait” and subsequently punished KTOO for the posts. Here’s our explanation of what happened and where things stand.
For the sake of transparency, Alaska Public Media and KTOO explain why we did a story on the public broadcasting funding veto.