While the Alaska Teen Media Institute studio is closed amid the Covid-19 pandemic, staff and youth producers are working from home to continue to bring youth stories to the public.
Alaska Teen Media Institute youth producers explore changes in sea ice and what that means marine traffic in the Arctic.
Spend a month on a research vessel Bring your multimedia skills onboard the R/V Sikuliaq. A seafaring project funded by the National Science Foundation is looking for a youth media intern to sail from Nome to Dutch Harbor from August 6 to September 4. On board, the project scientists will take sediment cores from the […]
Hosts: Roey McCowan, Maria Koop Full Show Interview with Wesley Early, Reporter for Alaska Public Media ATMI producer Kendrick Whiteman (pictured above, left) interviews Wesley Early (right), a reporter for Alaska Public Media about news media literacy. The discussion was part of a presentation at a 9th grade English class at West Anchorage High School. […]
The sci-fi action movie “Slash/Back” tells the story of a group of teenage Inuit girls living in the community of Pang near the Arctic Circle in Canada. When an alien invasion threatens their town, it’s up to the girls to take them on.Continue reading
Glass Onion is a whodunnit murder mystery starring Daniel Craig as world famous detective, Benoit Blanc. It’s a sequel (sort of) to the 2019 whodunnit murder mystery Knives Out, where Blanc is tasked with looking into the death of a famous author. In Glass Onion, Benoit Blanc ends up on a private island in Greece […]
Hosts: Roey McCowan, Ormund Alaois News: Ezra Dan Full Show Freelance Journalist Nat Herz ATMI producer Edison Wallace-Moyer interviews freelance journalist Nat Herz. After working for the Anchorage Daily News and Alaska Public Media, Herz has set off on his own, creating The Northern Journal, a subscription-based news platform that reports and comments on Alaska’s […]
Nat Herz spent almost a decade as a journalist, writing for the Anchorage Daily News and Alaska Public Media. Then one day, last June, he quit his job and decided to strike out on his own. He created The Northern Journal, a subscription-based newsletter that reports and provides commentary on Alaska’ environment, energy industry, government […]
In this episode we return to the cinematic universe that has captivated audiences for the past two decades: The Shrek-verse. The latest film to come out of this cultural phenomenon is Puss in Boots: The Last Wish. In the new movie, a life of living dangerously has caused our hero Puss in Boots to realize […]
Every year winter brings with it cold and flu season. You’re lucky if you make it through to break up without getting at least a little sniffle. This winter, though, things have been especially bad with Covid spiking, the flu hitting harder than most years, and RSV causing concern for the very young and old. […]
Anchorage-based DJ Joe Brady has been a part of the local dance scene for over five years. He’s been serving tunes to people at events, bars, and even high school proms.Continue reading
Hosts: Forrest Rodgers and Quinn White Events: Kendrick Whiteman Full Show The Tripledemic: An Interview with Dr. Lisa Rabinowitz ATMI producer Madison Knutson interviews Dr. Lisa Rabinowitz, a staff physician with the state health department, about the trifecta of Covid, RSV, and the flu going around right now. Events ATMI senior producer Kendrick Whiteman dishes […]