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CityUnalaska, Alaska
Broadcast areaAlaska Bush
Frequency89.7 MHz
(HD Radio)
SloganYour voice in the Aleutians
OwnerUnalaska Community Broadcasting, Inc.
Technical information
Facility ID171909
ERP660 watts
HAAT-94 meters
Transmitter coordinates
53°52′35″N 166°32′24″W / 53.87639°N 166.54000°W / 53.87639; -166.54000

KUCB is a non-commercial radio station in Unalaska, Alaska, broadcasting on 89.7 FM. It signed on in October 2008 to replace KIAL 1450 AM. KUCB generally broadcasts local programming, plus programming from National Public Radio, Native Voice One and Alaska Public Radio. The KIAL radio and television stations were formerly owned by the municipality of Unalaska; due to municipal cutbacks they now operate as an independent non-profit organisation dependent largely on individual donors. Shortly after its sell-off, KIAL, which only broadcast at 50 watts, moved to the FM dial as KUCB, with a stronger signal.


KUCB also operates KUBC-LP a 10-watt low-powered television station on channel 8. The majority of the channel's schedule consists of a community bulletin board, although several hours of locally produced programs are also shown. While some sources identify the station as K08IW,[1] FCC records indicate that a station with these calls became KIAL-LP on August 5, 2005,[2] with KUCB-LP assigned on August 15, 2008 to Unalaska Community Broadcasting Inc. in Dutch Harbor, Alaska to replace the KIAL-LP calls.


  1. ^ "Southwest Alaskan Municipal Conference - Infrastructure Profile" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2008-12-30. Retrieved 2008-04-28.
  2. ^ Report No. 491 FCC Media Bureau Call Sign Actions 16 September 2005

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