Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Are You Ready For Unbiased News?

Check out 360 North week nights at 7pm for the BBC WORLD NEWS!

Friday, August 14, 2009

Why do humpbacks sing?

Find out on Monday, August 17 at 8pm only on 360 North!

Dr. James Darling, renowned whale researcher and co-founder of the West Coast Whale Research Foundation, sheds light on the reasoning behind whale vocalization. Whales sing to one another over hundreds of miles and use their songs to navigate across oceans. Humpback whales travel thousands of miles as a group, singing to each other as they go. They can also communicate with each other over thousands of miles of ocean. The presenter explains how singing is part of their social system and community.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Stories from Alaskan Veterans

Starting at 9pm on Thursday, August 13 tune in to 360 North for stories on some of Alaska's World War II veterans: Harold Wheaton, Tom Stewart, and Jack Culbreath. Wheaton served on the Aleutian Islands, loading and unloading cargo ships. Stewart served on Kiska during the Aleutian Campaign and in the Northern Italian Campaign with the legendary 10th Mountain Division. Culbreath was also in the 10th Mountain Division, which broke through the German line and paved the way for Allied victory in Italy.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Breath of Fresh Air World Premiere!

Thursday August 6 at 9pm

In the 1990's, street skateboarding was on the rise, it even overshadowed the once dominant type of skateboarding called "vert" - as the preferred style. As street skating was quickly progressing, so was the small town Wasilla Alaska. By some statistics during this time frame, Wasilla was the fastest growing city in the United States. This movie tries to capture the surge of skateboarders that mirrored the growth of this frontier city during the 1990's.