Events

Dec. 6, 2012–The New World of Public Media–Steve Lindbeck

Steve Lindbeck came to public broadcasting in July 2007 after a 30-year career in journalism and public affairs. He is President and General Manager of Alaska Public Telecommunications, Inc. (APTI), which includes KAKM-TV, KSKA-FM and the Alaska Public Radio Network. He also has served as Vice Chancellor for Advancement at the University of Alaska Anchorage, […]

Nov. 1, 2012–The Elections, the Polls, the Prospects–Ivan Moore

Ivan Moore, pollster and owner of Ivan Moore Research, will speak at the monthly luncheon of Alaska Professional Communicators. In the days before the Nov. 6 General Election, as things heat up, Moore will provide his perspective and analysis on what the polls say and how to evaluate poll results. If you’ve been receiving dozens […]

Sept. 6, 2012–Historic Preservation in Skagway–Bob Lyon

Bob Lyon started with photography by learning to do wet-plate tintypes, the kind of photography done during the Civil War. Since then he has done photojournalism—having work published in the Washington Post, Rugby Magazine, Der Speigel, Civilization Magazine, Mother Jones, L’Express, and the International Herald Tribune, among other print media. Bob specializes in large format […]

June 7, 2012–White House of the North: Stories from the Alaska Governor’s Mansion–Carol Sturgulewski

Journalist and author Carol Sturgulewski will speak at the monthly luncheon for Alaska Professional Communicators. Sturgulewski, oldest daughter of former Governor Murkowski, has recently published White House of the North, an account of a century’s worth of legends, history, and personalities in Alaska’s Governor’s Mansion. She interviewed governors, first ladies, and friends from every administration […]