Chris Ho

Join us this weekend for the most up-to-date information on the Kuskokwim 300, Bogus Creek 150 and Akiak Dash sled dog races. We’ll be bringing you live coverage from the start and finish line and our trail reporters in Tuluksak and Kalskag will be your eyes and ears along the race trail. Read more →

Delegates from the Association of Village Council Presidents are meeting for a three day convention to discuss salmon management amidst growing concerns of declining king salmon runs throughout Western Alaska.

Watch Sizzle Reel on PBS. See more from PBS Online Film Festival.

PBS has launched its first Online Film Festival and showcase of twenty
short films from independent filmmakers. The Festival, featuring award-winning films with a wide array of styles, perspectives and subject matter, will run from February 27 through March 30 and can be accessed via the PBS website and the PBS YouTube channel.

“The theme of the PBS Online Film Festival is ‘Watch Us Surprise You,’ as we think many will be surprised by the depth and breadth of video content that’s available on PBS.org,” said Jason Seiken, Senior Vice President of Interactive, Product Development and Innovation for PBS. “PBS and member stations have always been a home for independent film and we’re excited to launch this first Festival and introduce viewers to these diverse stories and voices.”

A People’s Choice award will be given to the film with the most votes. Visitors can vote for their favorite film by “liking” it either on the Festival’s page on PBS.org or the PBS YouTube channel. The overall winner will receive top placement on the PBS.org homepage, video portal and YouTube page, promotion on PBS’s social media channels and an official badge for their site.

NAPT Films Featured in the Festival:

I Survived (Playing Now),
Kiera Lasiloo (Zuni/Cochiti Pueblo)

A first-hand account of Sgt. Samuel Tapia’s experience when his convoy hit a roadside bomb.

The Migration (March 19),
Cody Harjo (Seminole/Otoe/Creek) & Sydney Freeland (Navajo)

In a future wracked by global warming and controlled by an authoritarian government, an American Indian family goes into hiding, holding out one last hope for the planet’s survival.

Horse You See (March 26),
Melissa Henry (Navajo)

Ross, a Navajo horse, explains the very essence of being himself.

Documentaries

by Chris Ho on January 26, 2012

Duty Bound

Duty Bound
52 Minutes      2010
In 2007 a company of mostly Yup’ik soldiers from the 2nd Scout Battalion of Alaska’s Army National Guard were ordered on their first active duty deployment.
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Kuskokwim 300 – Live Tracker

by Chris Ho on January 22, 2012


Find more race updates at K300.org.


Find more race updates at K300.org.

Pricing and Ordering

by Chris Ho on December 9, 2011

Standard Prices
DVDs $20.00
VHS (special order only: $65)
 
10% Quantity Discount
Purchases of 5 or more programs for personal use are eligible for a 10% discount.

25% Educational/Wholesale Discount
Purchases of 5 or more programs by institutions or businesses for classroom use or resale are eligible for a 25% discount. 

 Shipping/Handling Charges

Shipping/Handling Charges:
Orders of 1 to 4 Domestic: $6.95 per item
Orders of 1 to 4 Canada: $25.00 minimum
Orders of 5 to 9: 15% of total order
Orders of 10 or more: 10% of total order

USPS Priority Mail shipping will be used for domestic orders unless purchaser specifies another shipping method.
International shipping rates will vary depending on country & customs fees.

 
 
Order by Mail, Phone, or Email       
KYUK Video Sales
PO Box 468
Bethel , AK  99559-0468
 
Phone:  907-543-0240   
Fax:      907-543-3130
E-mail:  mike@kyuk.org
 
Payment made by check or money order is required prior to shipment of the order.  Purchase orders, Visa & Mastercard are also accepted.

About KYUK Television

by Chris Ho on December 8, 2011

For nearly 30 years KYUK has been dedicated to documenting on videotape the unique history, culture and lifestyle of the Yup’ik people of the Yukon/Kuskokwim Delta region of Western Alaska.
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Immersed in the Yup’ik way of life in Scammon Bay, Maryann Sundown and her son, Harley, recount living in a changing world – from the traditional way of living to the changes that came with the arrival of Christian missionaries – and the revival of Yup’ik dance. Film courtesy of Jacqueline Cleveland, produced by Jacqueline Cleveland in 2003.