Earlier this month, public broadcasting survived an effort in the House to slash its state funding by half. Now, a subcommittee in the Senate has axed the appropriation entirely. The cuts would cause some stations in places like Homer and Kodiak to lose their federal funding and rural communities could lose their emergency alert system.
KBBI’s Vinyl & CD SALE
Thursday, 3/26: 3-6 pm (KBBI Members Only) &
Friday, 3/27: 9-7 pm (Open to the Public)
Hundreds of Newly Acquired LPs
Plus Howard Hedges’ LP collection (first time it is open to the public)
CDs and other neat broadcasting items
Classical, Rock, Pop, Indie, Jazz, Blues, Soul, Country, Folk, Reggae, Funk, Hip Hop & more
Please - no calls and no previews. 3913 Kachemak Way.
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