fo•rum - a place, meeting, or medium where ideas and views on a particular issue can be exchanged.
Forum@360 – a new studio series on 360 North, Alaska’s public affairs channel. Guests from around Alaska will share their stories and discuss the issues of the day with a live studio and online audience. The series will be hosted by public media journalists from 360 North and KTOO.
Want to ask an upcoming guest a question? You can sit in on a recording as part of our studio audience and participate during the audience Q&A. Take a look at our schedule to see who we’ll be sitting down with on the next Forum@360. No reservations or tickets required.
If you can’t make it to a recording, tweet your question with the hashtag #Forum360 and mention @360north, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Forum@360” and the guest’s name in the subject line.
If you’re a newsmaker, have a public affairs topic to discuss or an idea for a panel of statewide interest, we may want to book you as a guest on Forum@360 the next time you’re in Juneau. Contact us at email@example.com with your pitch -- tell us what you’d like to talk about on Forum@360, why it matters to Alaskans and what dates you’ll be available.
For years Alaskans have been talking about a natural gas pipeline. Now the Alaska LNG project has momentum and the state could become an owner. Guests include Larry Persily, a Federal Coordinator for an Alaska natural gas pipeline, Tim Bradner from the Alaska Journal of Commerce and Frank Ameduri from the Alaska Budget Report. Rosemarie Alexander hosts.
Three exchange students from Yemen, Bahrain, and Gaza are spending a year in Juneau and Haines. Maha Abdulrazzaq, Abdulla Husain, and Haytham Mohanna will talk about adapting to life in Southeast Alaska, going to American schools, and what they miss about home. Audience will get to participate in a Q&A session with the students. Lisa Phu hosts.
Juneau-based Alaska Robotics recently raised several thousand dollars on Kickstarter to create six web video episodes of satirical political news over the course of the 2014 Alaska legislative session. We talk the three funnymen behind the Alaska Robotics label, Pat Race, Aaron Suring and Lou Logan. To read some highlights, click here