Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Tordenskjold: Boat of the Century

The historic halibut schooner Tordenskjold has steamed into her second century.

As she celebrates her centennial, she is neither relic nor museum piece. The Tordenskjold leads a small fleet of hard working commercial fishing schooners that compete head to head with modern boats on the Alaska fishing grounds.

The Tordenskjold was built in 1911 at John Strand’s Seattle boat yard. Today, there are about 20 of the schooners left, still setting and hauling longline gear in the Alaska halibut and black cod fisheries, and still generating profits and supporting family wage jobs. Now, John Sabella has released a 30-minute documentary that celebrates the old schooners and their extraordinary history.

Television Premiere

Sunday at 7:00 pm

Friday, June 24, 2011

Alone Across Alaska

1000 Miles of Wilderness

One man sets off alone in an attempt to cross a thousand miles of the most remote wilderness in America, the Brooks Range of Northern Alaska. It's a journey of mountains and solitude, river crossings and rapids, mountain passes and gravel bars, wolves, grizzlies and caribou. It's an epic solo journey across the trackless wilds of Alaska -- and a story you will not soon forget.

Wednesday at 8:00 pm

Thursday, June 23, 2011

An Evening of Programming Dedicated to

George and Jean Rogers came to Alaska in 1945. They built a home, raised a family and were very active community members in Juneau, where they lived.

George’s academic background and advanced degrees allowed him to work as an economist, professor and researcher. During his long career he held local public office, worked for the federal and territorial governments and started an academic institute. He was one of those who helped pen the state constitution.

360 North is dedicating an evening of television programming to the contributions made by this man.

Alaska Statehood Pioneers: In Their Own Words
8:00 pm

Creating Alaska: Framing the Constitution
8:50 pm

Conversation with George Rogers
10:30 pm

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Communicating with your Investment Professional

Planning provides a path to achieve financial goals and helps approach your goals with reasonable assumptions. In this program, we cover the planning you might consider when talking with your investment professional. Join host Ann Secrest and guest Roger Prince, Securities Examiner for the State of Alaska.


Thursday at 9 pm

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Thursday, June 16, 2011


Good Food: Sustainable Farming in the Pacific Northwest
Tuesday at 9:00 pm

Eating Alaska
Tuesday at 10:00 pm

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Investment Professionals: Understanding Your Choices

Join host Ann Secrest and guest Roger Prince, securities examiner for the State of Alaska's Division of Banking and Securities.

There are many investment professionals registered to do business in Alaska. Learn how to select which one is right for you.

Thursday at 9:00 pm

Friday, June 10, 2011

Dr. Walter Soboleff

On May 22, Dr. Walter Soboleff, Tlingit elder, educator and Presbyterian minister, passed away at the age of 102. To recognize and celebrate the contribution that this leader made to Alaska and its people, 360 North will dedicate an evening of programming to Dr. Soboleff.

Friday, June 10

8:00 pm
Blest Be the Tie That Binds
A history of the Presbyterian church in Alaska.

8:30 pm
A Conversation with Dr. Walter Soboleff
A 1987 program from our video library.

9:00 pm
A Celebration of the Life of Dr. Walter Soboleff
The May 28th, 2011 Alaska Native Brotherhood and community memorial service recorded in Juneau.

The entire Celebration of Life memorial service can be seen in our video archive at: