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The way the Discovery Channel is marketing a new show set in McCarthy called "Edge of Alaska" is rattling residents before it even airs. Zaz Hollander

After 29 years, KTUU's leading women Maria Downey and Jackie Purcell may be among the state's most recognized and respected female journalists.

A lot has changed in broadcast journalism since the mid-1980s. But in an industry known for turmoil, changing faces and a push toward younger journalists, Maria Downey and Jackie Purcell are approaching 30 years on the job at KTUU without a hint of slowing down. Sean Doogan
A new documentary about Haida weaver Delores Churchill's quest to make a traditional hat like the one found with a 300-year-old body on the Alaska-Canada border will debut at the Anchorage Museum.Mike Dunham
An undercurrent of change is quietly moving through Alaska public broadcasting as a familiar radio voice prepares to relaunch a Friday TV news talk show that spent September off-air. Tegan Hanlon

Hundreds of people dressed up as characters from anime and video games descended on the Egan Center this weekend for Senshi-Con, Alaska's largest anime convention. 

Tara Young

Gamers, manga readers, anime fans and -- of course -- cosplayers gathered in Anchorage the weekend of Sept. 26 for the 10th annual Senshi-Con.

Devin Kelly

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