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1 Alaska Review 63 Alaska Review examines the growth and future of Alaska's largest city, Anchorage. The history of the development of the city is discussed, as are present-day problems such as poor transportation corridors and an outdated land-use system. Those interviewed include: Mike Carberry, senior planner fo... 1987
2 Alaska Review 62 Alaska Review examines problems associated with the growth of Alaska's prison population. Topics of discussion include prison overcrowding, the Cleary v. Smith case, treatment programs for sex-offenders, rehabilitation programs for prisoners, presumptive sentencing, and the possible need for more... 1986
3 [KTVF news stories, Pump Station #8 explosion, George Attla interview, Emil Notti interview, airport security] Some segments of this film contain a soundtrack, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on the original film are given here in parentheses. Part 1 (AAF-6062) Scenes feature a fire at Pump Station Number 8 following the explosion of July 8, 1977 (silent). Two injured pum... 1973-1977
4 [World championship sled dog races] This film features footage of George Attla and other sled dog racers. 1970-1978
5 [KTVF news stories, Cordova, 1977 mushers] Some segments of film contain a soundtrack, others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on original film are given here in parentheses. Footage features views of a nighttime rocket launch (no date or description) (silent). Aerial views of Fort Wainwright (no date or description)... 1977
6 An American Senator Contains footage from Senator Ernest Gruening's visit to Turkey. Original notes accompanying film contain the following scene descriptions: "1) Senator is met by Deputy Governor at Eskisehir Border. 2) Senator enters the Province Building. 3) Senator meets the Governor of Eskisehir and talks with... 1965-1970
7 Alaska Review 13 In the first segment, Eric Eckholm reports on the diversity of Alaskan opinions concerning land use in Alaska and explores the myths and realities of the D-2 land classification bill being debated in the U.S. Congress. Those interviewed include: environmentalist Jim Kowalski of Fairbanks; Congres... 1978
8 Alaska Review 14 In the first segment, reporter Eric Eckholm examines the Homestead Initiative, a state proposal to give 30 million acres of state land in 20 and 40 acre parcels to the first people who claim it. Interviewees include: State Representative Mike Bierne; Governor Jay Hammond; unidentified people-on-t... 1978
9 Alaska Review 10 In the first segment, reporter Eric Eckholm provides an examination of proposed designs for Alaska's possible new capital. Members of the Capital Site Planning Commission meet to discuss designs for the capital site as put forth by five architectural firms. Those interviewed include: Mort Hoppenf... 1977
10 Alaska Review 12 In the first segment, reporter Mark O. Badger examines Inupiaq culture, its dependence on and connection to marine mammals, and the development of a cash economy in Alaska villages. Those interviewed include John Burns, Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist; John Evak of Kotzebue; Pete Ser... 1978
11 Alaska Review 16 In the first segment, reporter Eric Eckholm reviews the history of reindeer herding in Alaska and reports on the harvesting of reindeer antlers for sale to foreign markets. Interviewees include: Mr. Chueng of San Francisco's Chinatown, herbal merchant selling deer antlers for medicinal purposes; ... 1978
12 Alaska Review 17 In the first segment, Mark O. Badger reports on airplane safety in Alaska and concerns over rising aviation accident rates. Those interviewed include: pilot Jack Swaim of Ketchikan; helicopter pilot Jim Isabelle of Teller; an unidentified pilot; Carl Jorwitz, tower chief at Anchorage Internationa... 1978
13 Alaska Review 20 The first segment, "Fred Machetanz: An Alaskan Master," is a repeat broadcast from another Alaska Review program (AAF-4959). The second segment, "Blazing Skies," is a repeat broadcast from another Alaska Review program (AAF-4950). The program also contains Public Service Announcements (PSAs) abou... 1978
14 Alaska Review 23 "Waiting for Spring" is a repeat broadcast from another Alaska Review program (AAF-4957). New narration by Lee Salisbury was added throughout the program for this re-broadcast. The program also contains a Public Service Announcement (PSA) about solar energy. 1978
15 Alaska Review 11 In the first segment, reporter Eric Eckholm examines the development of Alaska's Native Corporations and explores some of the growing pains and management troubles experienced by Calista Corporation, one of Alaska's largest Native Corporations. Those interviewed include: Tony Vaska of Bethel; Fre... 1978
16 Alaska Review 21 Reporter Mark O. Badger examines the impact of worldwide demand for salmon, the rebuilding of Alaska's salmon stocks, salmon fishing and processing methods, limited entry permits and government regulations, and conflicts within the Alaskan fishing industry. Those interviewed include: Al Adasiak (... 1978
17 Alaska Review 19 In the first segment, reporter Mark Weller examines the struggle between Ahtna, Inc. and the Alyeska Pipeline Service Company over agreements made prior to construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Those interviewed include: Roy Tansy, president of Ahtna, Inc.; Christine Yazzie, past president o... 1978
18 Alaska Review 18 In the first segment, Mark O. Badger reports on the safety of air taxi operations across Alaska and the desire by many that the Federal Aviation Administration establish a more effective accident prevention program. Those interviewed include: Gene Morris, FAA accident prevention coordinator; Jim ... 1978
19 Alaska Review 28 The first segment, "Mayday," is a repeat broadcast from another Alaska Review program (AAF-4962). The second segment, "Sky Taxi Safety," is a repeat broadcast from another Alaska Review program (AAF-4963). The segment was originally titled "Sky Train Safety." The program also contains a Public Se... 1979
20 Alaska Review 22 In the first segment, reporter Erik Eckholm examines the conflict between eagle habitat preservation and timber sales in the economically troubled Haines region. Those interviewed include: Stephen Waste, biologist; Carl Heinmiller, magistrate and president of the Haines Chamber of Commerce; John ... 1978-1979