Unfortunately, we were not able to find a musical act for this week’s show. Stay tuned in two weeks!
Juneau Live! continues its second broadcast season Saturday starting at 11 am with Your New Best Friend, Yoga and Meditation at noon, Juneau’s Open House at 1 pm, Juneau Sleeps… at 2 pm, Juneau Eats! 3 pm, Into the Arts at 4 pm and Onto the Town! at 5 pm on Juneau Live! YouTube Channel and live in the Juneau Live! Studio at Resurrection Lutheran Church, 740 W 10 Street (studio audience members limited to 30 by our COVID-19 Mitigation Plan, should register, and need to arrive by 30 minutes before each show.
We have a new weekly shows currently in production! Click here for the Juneau Live! Program Guide.
If you have an idea for a show you want to on Juneau Live! contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Listen to an abridged version of our prior week’s worship on Juneau Radio Center KINY Sunday mornings at 10.
This Week’s Broadcast
The Juneau Live! Studio Can Help You Connect
- Clients, patients, patrons, customers, and prospective clients, etc.
- Donors, contributors, funding agencies, etc.
- Staff, board members, partner agencies, etc.
- Multi-camera-teleconference meetings / retreats
- Special event programming (benefit concerts, etc.)
- Regular programming (classes, member/community updates, etc.)
- Arts programming (concerts, teleplays, shows, etc.)
- Youth programming (youth produced programming)
RLC’s Community Access Outreach Program
Juneau Live! Community Access Outreach Pilot Program
The Juneau Live!™ Community Access Outreach Pilot Program consists of three interrelated components together helping the isolated and marginalized people in our area access and participate in community activities. The first is a pilot outreach program to assist at least 100 individuals and families connect (and stay connected) to Juneau Live! interactive video programming, hybrid teleconference meetings, telemedicine and other online services in an initial one-year period. The second is soliciting community access programming, and helping contributors produce content or host events in the Juneau Live! studio. Lastly, is to use the first two parts of the program to afford youth organizations and schools educational opportunities (for youth and adults) in live-video production.