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MTV's latest reality show, "Slednecks," is set in Mat-Su, and some Alaskans aren't crazy about the wild antics to come. But one of the cast members says they actually held back from the true “Wasilla way.”

The way the Discovery Channel is marketing a new show set in McCarthy called "Edge of Alaska" is rattling residents before it even airs. 
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. 
In a Q&A with Alaska Dispatch News, "Yukon Men" star Stan Zuray talks about what the experience is really like for those who throw their hats into the Alaska reality TV ring -- and about life in the village of Tanana, which has had more than its fair share of heartache this year.
This week on TLC’s “Escaping Alaska,” a 32-year-old man breaks down because a 19-year-old girl is “mean” to him, a girl has her acting dreams crushed by a casting director and five young Alaskans live in a cockroach-infested hostel in San Diego. What is this television program?
The first thing to recognize about the show "Escaping Alaska" is that it’s on TLC.
Sarah Palin's back, and people love watching shows about Alaska real estate.
 In a Throwback Thursday trip down Memory Lane, here's a look back at some of those forgotten Alaska reality TV shows.
“Whatcha wanna eat? Also, do you want to be on Buying Alaska?” read a text message I received on Sunday night from my significant other, Zac. And let me tell you, I have now thought long and hard about that question.
Efforts to get to the bottom of a potential reality TV shootout uncovered another, stranger reality about circumstances surrounding the filming of “Alaskan Bush People.” 

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