KUAC-FM has signed a stop-gap agreement to carry on its partnership with Alaska Public Radio Network even as it searches for other ways to address a funding shortfall.
What does APRN stand for?
APRN stands for Alaska Public Radio Network
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We have 7 other meanings of APRN in our Acronym Attic
- African Peer Review Mechanism
- Anti-Plug Reversing Module
- Automatic Partition Resource Manager
- Average Power Range Monitor (Nuclear Power)
- Atlantic Provinces Ready Mixed Concrete Association (Canada)
- Angkatan Perang Republik Maluku Selatan (Indonesian: Armed Forces of the Republic of South Maluku)
- Asia Pacific Region Microcredit Summit
- Advanced Practice Registered Nurse
- Agricultural Policy Research Network (various locations)
- Agricultural Policy Research Networks (Canada)
- An Phoblacht Republican News (Ireland)
- Asia Pacific Research Network
- Association of Perioperative Registered Nurses
- Afterlife Paranormal Researchers of New Jersey (est. 2008)
- Adjusted Production (baseball statistic)
- Aerial Phenomena Research Organization
- Army Personnel Research Office
- Asia Pacific Regional Office
- Asia Pacific Regional Organization
- Association of Progressive Rental Organizations (rent-to-own)
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Prior to her work at NANA, Wozniak worked in Alaska radio for nearly a decade with New Northwest Broadcasters and the Alaska Public Radio Network respectively; she also served as the public relations manager for the Anchorage Convention and Visitors Bureau.
A 1998 Alaska Public Radio Network survey named Weaver one of the 40 most influential Alaskans in the first 40 years of Alaska statehood.
Contact Alaska Public Radio Network and Turnagain Community Arts Alliance at 800-478-7328 or visit www.
Dale Harrison has been named director of news and public affairs at the Alaska Public Radio Network.
Statewide public broadcast stations, held together by programming produced by the Alaska Public Radio Network (APRN) and National Public Radio (NPR), play a vital role as an information conduit for their region.