Our policy is to share KYUK Public Media content with other news organizations, but we do have credit requirements. This policy covers photos, videos and stories. See specific requirements for different kinds of content below.
Web: If KYUK Public Media photos are used online we require a photo credit for “KYUK Public Media” and the photographer in the photo caption, along with a link to the original photo on KYUK’s website.
Television Broadcast: If KYUK Public Media photos or videos are used in a television broadcast, we require a photo credit for “KYUK Public Media” on the screen with the photo.
Example: (Video by Dean Swope / KYUK Public Media)
Web: If KYUK Public Media content is used online in its entirety, or in summary, we require the story refer to “KYUK Public Media” as the source of the story and provide a link to the original story on KYUK’s website in the first sentence.
Example: The Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation is looking to renovate its hospital and construct a new outpatient clinic, according to a story by KYUK Public Media.
Television Broadcast: For on-air use of KYUK Public Media story content we require that the host credit “KYUK Public Media” orally.
Example: On air story – Host script: Searchers are looking for a man missing near Bethel. According to KYUK Public Media in Bethel, the man left on foot Tuesday morning.
The start of the 2015 Kuskokwim 300 Sled Dog Race and Bogus Creek 150 was notable this year as race officials asked race fans to keep their vehicles off the river because of concerns the combined weight could pose a danger on the thin river ice. Soon after the start racers endured rain most of their trip up to the Bogus Creek checkpoint.
The window art at the new YKHC Prematernal Home in Bethel. Photo by Daysha Eaton
A facility that has lowered infant and mother morbidity rates in the Y-K Delta has a new home. Bethel’s Prematernal Home has moved to a new building along the Chief Eddie Hoffman Highway. The new Home is three times the size of the old one and has improved amenities for the region’s expectant mothers during the final stage of pregnancy. Read more →