Actualities & Newslines
A radio actuality is a group of sound bites sent out to radio stations to be used in news reports. Each file is a small collection of quotes on various subjects, with a short pause between each separate quote. Sometimes the transitions sound a little odd – keep in mind the sound bites are intended to be used individually.
Forest Service Schedules Forums to Discuss Kenai/Russian River Area Human-Bear Interaction, April 8, 2011
Alaska Forest Service diversity grant impacts, March 24, 2011
Planning Rule Forum, March 10, 2011
New Regional Website, March 8, 2011
Central Kupreanof Island Project, February 17, 2011
Electric Truck at Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center, February 1, 2011
The Alaska Region of the U.S. Forest Service celebrates 30 years of the Alaska Native Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA). Forest Service and state of Alaska officials talk about what the Act means to Alaskans, January 24, 2011
Improving Recreational Opportunities in Juneau, Alaska, January [14-20], 2011
Alaska Region Newslines provide weekly recordings of news segments for the public and media on a wide array of topics related to the management of national forests in Alaska.
Please note: The actualities and newslines are provided in the industry standard mp3 or wav formats. To save the files to your computer, right click and choose Save Target As or Save Link As. Save the file to a location you can easily find later (such as the 'Desktop').