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Juneau Live!

Juneau Live! is Resurrection Lutheran Church’s secular community outreach program using our Juneau Live! Studio television production and programming capacity.  We have a twelve weekly and bi-monthly shows currently in production!  Click here for the Juneau Live! Program Guide.

 

Click here the go directly to our YouTube channel to see all our current past shows.

If you have an idea for a show you want to see on Juneau Live!

contact us at producer@juneaulive.org.

In Production

Your New Best Friend trained by Mike Higgs

Your New Best Friend givs Juneau residents direct to access to pet resources, including trainers, classes, supplies, veterinarians, and other animal services.  Additionally, the show would allow pet service and supply providers access to pet owners and potential pet owners in Juneau.   Hosted by a well-known and respected trainer in the Juneau community, each 30 to 45-minute episode would open with a pet featured in that episode (i.e., a pet available for adoption from Juneau Animal Rescue, fish in aquarium, dog training class).  The host would be joined on a typical talk show set by guests from a pet service provider, pet supply store, veterinarian clinic who would explain how to access their service, including a virtual tour of their facilities.  Pet trainers would provide a demonstration on the second stage.  Additionally, each episode will have a webpage on juneaulive.org with links.

 

Whole guided by Kristin Mabry

Whole gives residents of Juneau a direct link into yoga and meditation in Juneau by providing specific and detailed information in each episode regarding instructors, classes, programs, clothing, equipment, and supplies.  Give artists, instructors, and businesses in Juneau a direct link to prospective participants by performing, demonstrating, discussing, touring their studio, classes, and/or businesses.  Additionally, allow viewer to participate in a yoga / meditation activity during each episode.  Hosted by a member of the Juneau yoga / meditation community, each 30-minute episode would open with a POV segment of the viewer doing the yoga / meditation activity featured in that episode (i.e., meditation, holding a yoga position in a class).    The host would be joined on a typical talk show set by a yoga / meditation instructor and/or business related to the activity of that show.  A demonstration of the activity will be included the episode on the second demonstration stage.  During the episode information will be provided about instructors, classes, programs, clothing, equipment, and supplies. Additionally, each episode will have a webpage on juneaulive.org with links.

Juneau’s Open House gives Juneau residents direct to access to information on how to buy or sell real estate.  Additionally, the show would allow real estate service providers in Juneau access to potential customers.   Hosted by a well-known and respected realtor in the Juneau community, each 30 to 45-minute episode would open with a featured property.  The host would be joined on a typical talk show set by guests from a realty service provider who would explain how to access their service, including a virtual tour of their facilities.    Additionally, each episode will have a webpage on juneaulive.org with links.

 

Juneau Sleeps… with your guide Pastor Karen Perkins, Resurrection Lutheran Church

Juneau Sleeps… gives Juneau residents direct to access to housing resources, including emergency shelters, long-term housing, and housing assistance programs.  The will also provide housing providers, housing assistance agencies and other support organizations direct access to Juneau residents in need of housing assistance. Hosted by members of the Juneau housing support community, each 30 to 45-minute episode would open with footage of housing opportunity featured in that episode.  The hosts would be joined on a typical talk show set by guests from a housing provider or housing assistance agency who would explain how to access their service.    Additionally, each episode will have a webpage on juneaulive.org with links.

 

Juneau Eats! with co-hosts Chris Schapp, Sarah Lewis and Audra Henderson

Juneau Eats! gives Juneau residents direct to access to food assistance resources, including food pantries and food assistance programs.  Additionally, Juneau Eats! provides information and instruction on how to prepare such foods using tools available to those with limited resources, including those who are currently houseless.  Nutritional education and safe food handling would also be part of the show’s focus.  The show would provide non-profit food providers, commercial food donators, food assistance agencies and other support organizations direct access to Juneau residents in need of food assistance.  Hosted by a member of the Juneau food support community and a member of the food prep / restaurant, nutrition community, each 30 to 45-minute episode would open with dish, meal, or food feature in that episode (i.e., a stew or soup, a dinner with bi-catch salmon, cooking-free lunch) using food obtained from a local food pantry featured in that episode using the preparations methods taught later in that episode.  The hosts would be joined on a typical talk show set by guests from a non-profit food provider, commercial food donator, food assistance agency who would explain how to access their service, including a virtual tour of their facilities.  A chef from local restaurant or nutritionist would provide a food preparation demonstration on the second stage, which might be set up as a kitchen, hotplate, sidewalk bench, or campsite.  Additionally, each episode will have a webpage on juneaulive.org with links..

Into the Arts

Into the Arts gives residents of Juneau a direct link into the arts in Juneau by providing specific and detailed information related to a particular fine art in each episode regarding instructors, classes, programs, instruments, materials, supplies and public sharing opportunities.  Into the Arts will also give artists, instructors, and businesses in Juneau a direct link to prospective artists by performing, demonstrating, discussing, touring their art, classes, and/or businesses related to their art.  Co-hosted by members of the Juneau art community, each 30 to 45-minuteepisodewould open with a POV segment of the viewer doing the art featured in that episode (i.e., drumming in a Native Alaskan drum circle, painting a model in an art class, taking a ballroom dance class, writing poetry on a laptop, performing in a play).  The hosts would then ask the viewers if they could see themselves in that art.  The hosts would be joined on a typical talk show set by an artist, instructor or business related to the art of that episode.  A demonstration of the art will be included the episode on the second demonstration stage.  During the episode information will be provided about instructors, classes, programs, instruments, materials, supplies and public sharing opportunities. Additionally, each episode will have a webpage on juneaulive.org with links.

Onto the Town! with your concierges LZ and Diva T

Onto the Town gives residents of Juneau a direct link into the nightlife, performing and visual arts in Juneau by providing specific and detailed information on current and upcoming opportunities to experience nightlife and events. Onto the Town gives artist, performers, venues, and businesses in Juneau a direct link to prospective audiences.  Co-hosted by members of the Juneau community, each 30 to 45-minute episode would open with a short performance or viewing, of footage of an event being featured in that episode (i.e., a song from an group, a piece from a gallery, a scene from a play).  The hosts would be joined on a typical talk show set by the artist, performer, venue, or business feature in that episode. Other performances / showings may be included the episode on the second demonstration stage.  During the episode information about the nightlife, performing and visual arts discussed be provided. Additionally, each episode will have a webpage on juneaulive.org with links.

 

Juneau Thrives! with your companions Claire Geldhof and Dennis Galey

Juneau Thrives! gives Juneau residents direct to access to health and wellness resources, including medical and behavioral health providers and assistance programs.  The show provides health care providers and assistance agencies and other support organizations direct access to Juneau residents in need of medical and behavioral health assistance.  Hosted by members of the Juneau medical and behavioral health support community, in each 30 to 45-minute episode the hosts are joined on a typical talk show set by guests from a provider or an assistance agency who would explain how to access their service.    Additionally, each episode has a webpage on juneaulive.org with links.

 

How Do You Think? with your hosts Laura Rorem and Tamara Walter

How Do You Think? gives Juneau residents direct to access to information and resources regarding brain injuries / defects including traumatic brain injury (TBI), fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS), autism from those living these issues, those who support such individuals including family members, medical and behavioral health providers and assistance programs.  The show provides health care providers and assistance agencies and other support organizations direct access to Juneau residents in need of information and support assistance.  Hosted by a parent of FAS children / JAMHI board member and a TBI survivor / special education teacher, in each 30 to 45-minute episode the hosts would be joined on a typical talk show set by guests from a provider or an assistance agency who would explain how to access their service.    Additionally, each episode will have a webpage on juneaulive.org with links.

Alaska Music One Presents from the Juneau Live! Studio with Riley Woodford

The Alaska Music One Presents Concert Series live-streams on Friday nights at 7:30 pm in front of a live studio audience. Sponsored by Juneau’s premier local music store, Alaska Music One, (and featuring its owner, Keith Giles, as the concert series’ sound engineer).  Hosted by Juneau’s own Riley Woodford, the show gives residents of Juneau access to local musical talent in a late-night talk-show format where the artists not only perform but are interviewed.  Each episode opens with music performance segment by the featured artist.  Riley will introduce the artist and be joined by them a typical talk show set.  During the episode the interview would be continued between musical sets.

 

 

Sunday Worship with Pastor Karen Perkins

Join Pastor Karen Perkins an Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA) service of Word and Sacrament.  In addition to viewing the service on Juneau Live!, you can attend the service in-person.

 

 

RLC on KINY

Listen to an abridged version of our prior week’s worship on Juneau Radio Center’s KINY on Sunday mornings at 9:30.  You can also watch the video version on our YouTube channel.

 

 

 

Juneau Live! Studio’s Special Events Channel

Check out our special events channel on YouTube for the latest special event programming from Juneau Live!

If you have a event you want to on Juneau Live! contact us at producer@juneaulive.org.

 

 

 

In Pre-Production

Gold Street Music with Mike Truax

Live broadcast of the popular monthly concert series at RLC.  (coming soon)

 

 

 

 

Now You Know,  Juneau with Jocelyn Miles

A new game show featuring Juneau facts and trivia (coming soon).

You can per-register to be a contestant here.

 

 

 

On Hiatus

Sandy and Friends Jam for Wildflower Court (and you)

A group of talented musicians started playing for the residents of Juneau’s long-term care facility, Wildflower Court.  However, the pandemic has prevented them from visiting the facility for the last year.  The group now holds a jam session in the Juneau Live! Studio on Sunday afternoons that is watch by the residents of Wildflower court, and now you!

 

Worship with Pastor Credo

Join Pastor Credo and Bryan Graceland for a native Christian service of Word and music.  In addition to viewing the service on Juneau Live!, you can attend the service in-person.

 

 

 

At the Clubhouse from Polaris House

At the Clubhouse brings you news and interviews with members and guests.  Learn what is going on at the Clubhouse this week.

The Juneau Live! Studio Can Help You Connect

with:

  • Clients, patients, patrons, customers, and prospective clients, etc.
  • Donors, contributors, funding agencies, etc.
  • Staff, board members, partner agencies, etc.

 

through:

Click here to see the Juneau Live! Studio Calendar.

Click here to schedule the Juneau Live! Studio.

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.

Click here for more information.

Download Juneau Live! Program Proposal

Click here to meet the Juneau Live! Production Staff.