KTNA went live on-air on January 17, 1993 in a small log cabin in downtown Talkeetna. You, the residents of the Upper Susitna Valley, have sustained this service ever since with your time and financial support. Join us to celebrate 25 years of community radio in the Susitna Valley throughout 2018!
Every Monday – News from the Archive
We’re replaying news stories and features from the past 25 years every Monday during the local news. Tune in to 88.9FM or stream online.
January 17 Anniversary Day
25 years to the day! Call in and share your memories of KTNA during a special Su Valley Voice with some of the people who were there on the first day. Come by the station any time for cake and join the monthly volunteer gathering in the afternoon. If you missed it, you can listen to the recording.
This year KTNA’s Annual Membership Meeting is morphing into an Anniversary Party. Join KTNA members to celebrate community radio in the Susitna Valley. Board election results and volunteer awards will be announced. There will be finger foods, cake, beer and wine for purchase, a slide show of KTNA history, and music by One Hot Mess, a gypsy jazz band.
This special exhibit is a collaboration between the Talkeetna Historical Society and Talkeetna Community Radio. Come see a re-creation of the original log cabin studio and contribute to a timeline of the past 25 years of KTNA and the Susitna Valley. Museum admission is free at the event. The log cabin studio and timeline will be on display through the summer.
April 21 – 27 Spring Membership Drive
Tune in to 88.9FM or stream online to hear local musicians, special music shows, archive KTNA shows, and your friends on Thursday and Friday. We’re encouraging new sustaining members on $5 Thursday – join at just $5 a month, the cost of a good latte. And celebrate knowledge on Science Friday, with the return of that show from 10 – noon and wrapping up the drive with And Another Thing from 8 – 9 pm. Everyone who joins or renews their membership during the drive will receive a new logo sticker or window cling to show their support for KTNA.