Alaska’s largest newspaper has a new owner. A federal bankruptcy judge approved the sale on Monday of the Alaska Dispatch News to the Fairbanks-based Binkley…
Wow, what a week in politics, both nationally and here at home. Hosts Casey Reynolds and Forrest Dunbar discuss the political fallout from the financial quagmire of Alaska’s paper of record and share our thoughts on the Steve Bannon firing (or was it a resignation?) before getting to our comprehensive discussion of the events in Charlottesville with former local NAACP leader and current Anchorage Human Rights Commission President Wanda Green, Juneau lawyer and ACLU of Alaska board member Paul Grant, and Democrat candidate for Virginia’s 5th congressional district Roger Huffstetler.
The financial picture of the state’s largest newspaper is getting more and more grim.
The owners are the children of Fairbanks businessman and rumored Republican gubernatorial candidate John Binkley.
Speculating on rumors and gossip surrounding Alaska politics is a time-honored tradition. It’s time for our weekly trip through the grand, gross, weird, wild and…
In our April 2 episode, Casey Reynolds and Forrest Dunbar invite Alaska Dispatch News reporter Devin Kelly in to talk about Anchorage’s upcoming elections, how the Berkowitz administration is doing almost two full years into office, and what it’s like to be a reporter in the age of Trump.