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Lauren Adams

General Manger

On air during the 2015 pledge drive.
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Lauren is a longtime resident of Unalaska. She started her time at UCB working in television production for Channel 8 in 2002. Lauren was promoted to station manager in 2006, and enjoys working with an excellent staff and board to provide public radio and television programming to the community of Unalaska.

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**Update from 9/26/16: Missed the Candidates Forum?

Catch a rebroadcast!

City Council Forum

  • Thursday, September 29, 1 PM (TV & Radio)
  • Saturday, October 1, 4 PM (TV & Radio)
  •  Monday, October 3, 6pm (TV only)

Mayoral Forum

This year’s Aleutian Tundra Golf Classic started as the remnants of Tropical Storm Omais swept Unalaska with gale force winds and driving rain.  Six dedicated teams and a handful of volunteers braved the weather on Saturday.  When the storm cleared on Sunday more teams joined the action.

The annual Tundra Golf Classic is a fundraiser for Unalaska Community Broadcasting.  At preliminary count, the fundraiser brought in just over $11,000 from sponsorships, team fees, and skills contests. 

KUCB

We are aware that local transmission of FM 91.1 has been off the air since Friday.  The outage is caused by a broken transmitter, which we believe was damaged in a power surge on Friday afternoon.

KUCB File Photo

Attention KUCB Members: you are invited to our annual get-together, which will take place on Wednesday, June 8th, 7-8:30 PM at the Burma Road Chapel.  We look forward to your participation at our annual meeting, as we elect board members and provide an update on current projects and the future of Unalaska Community Broadcasting.  We will also provide hamburgers and hotdogs grilled to perfection by UCB Board Members.  This is a great opportunity to learn more about our organization, get a sneak peek at future episodes of our archival television show, and look behind-the-scenes of Flash!

Chrissy Roes

Signs of spring are everywhere this month.  As the snow melts, the results of a winter's worth of stormy weather is revealed. Trash has accumulated on the beaches and along the roads.  The Community Center organizes two weeks of intensive spring clean-up each year to address this issue.  The effort makes a big difference in the beauty of Unalaska.  

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