Indie Alaska

Take a trip up north with these local stories from Alaska Public Media.


  • I Lived in Whittier, Alaska: A Town Under One Roof

    Erika Fitzgerald reflects on her life in Whittier, where all residents live under one roof
  • Taking Disabled Kids on Epic Alaskan Adventures

    After his daughter's fatal diagnosis, Dan now documents the lives of other disabled kids.
  • Pamyua, Alaska's most famous Inuit band | INDIE ALASKA

    Pamyua is the Inuit soul music group from Alaska wow-ing audiences worldwide.
  • A day in the life of a Russian pianist | INDIE ALASKA

    Margarita Merkusheva connected with Alaska's large Russian community through piano music.
  • The Karelian Bear Dog: Protecting people and bears

    The Karelian Bear Dog: Protecting people and bears from each other | INDIE ALASKA
  • Speed riding: Extreme skiing in the sky | INDIE ALASKA

    Josh Randich is pioneering the extreme sport of Speed Riding in the Last Frontier.
  • John's Home Studio: Alaska's Most Underground Music Venue

    Indie Alaska episode about how John is doing house concerts to support local artists durin
  • Could Seaweed Help Save the Planet? | INDIE ALASKA

    Farmed kelp from Alaska could be the environmental and economic hero we need right now!

About Indie Alaska

INDIE ALASKA is an original video series produced by Alaska Public Media in partnership with PBS Digital Studios. The weekly videos will capture the diverse and colorful lifestyles of everyday Alaskans at work and at play. Together, these videos will present a fresh and authentic look at living in Alaska. Music by Starship Amazing.