Create short features and public service announcements for broadcast on KNBA 90.3 FM and RIVR, a new youth-oriented online radio stream. Reporters will work at least five hours a week from July 10-August 16. Application Deadline: June 23, 2017 Questions: or 907-272-2864 KNBA Youth Health Reporters are supported by Alaska Teen Media Institute, Spirit […]

2017 dates for Media Club have been announced!

Youth ages 12-18, join us at the Teen Underground in the Loussac Library on Tuesdays from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m!

ATMI members worked hard this year to produce quality journalism and content for In Other News! Take a few minutes to listen to some great work and then vote on what you think should air on the Best of In Other News. Tune in Saturday, December 31 at 4 p.m. on KNBA 90.3 FM!

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Michael Johnson, 17, ATMI producer Tim Hinman, of the Third Ear podcast, says to use sound effects as the “punctuation” of a scene. Loud noises can be used at the break in a dialogue, as a mean of emphasis, or as a way to shift the focus of the audience. Ezra Dan, 15, ATMI Reporter […]

Youth from Point Hope, Shishmaref and Wales created several short Polar Bear Safety films! Alaska Teen Media Institute and the Alaska Nanuuq Commission hosted media-production workshops in rural communities in the Arctic to help them with the project.

Check out our Living with Nanuuq! page to view the films and the behind the scenes photo gallery!

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