To operate a nonprofit, educational, community radio station with local access; to provide a broad base of educational cultural and informative programming to challenge, broaden, and enrich the listening audience; to foster a sense of community within the Upper Susitna Valley; and to share programming and services with a larger Alaskan community.
How Pick.Click.Give. makes a difference
KTNA is a small public radio station that serves the Upper Susitna River Valley with a high quality, professional radio service that is supported through a partnership between the state of Alaska, the federal government and the individuals and businesses of the community.
KTNA's operating budget is roughly $280,000 per year. About a third of that budget is raised locally through individual contributions, direct program support from the for-profit and not-for-profit community, revenue raised through several special events held through the year. KTNA raises approximately 2% of its operating funds from individual gifts through the Pick.Click.Give program.