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The goals of the commission are to
(1) assist in the establishment and support of public broadcasting facilities in the state in order to provide the people of Alaska with the opportunity to
(A) make informed decisions as participants in local, state, and national governments;
(B) understand complex issues in both the private and public sectors;
(C) further their general education, welfare, health, safety, cultural enrichment, and entertainment;
(D) understand in detail the problems, needs, and strengths of their local communities and encourage them to participate in solving those problems, meeting those needs, and celebrating those strengths; and
(E) have access to public broadcast media.
(2) provide Alaskans with the goals and objectives of public broadcasting as defined in the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967 (47 USC Â§ 396) and the Carnegie Commission Report.
History: Eff. 9/1/73, Register 47; am 6/24/79, Register 70; am 7/10/83, Register 87
Authority: AS 44.21.264
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