Alaska Magazine

Magazine
Alaska magazine was founded in 1935 in Ketchikan, Alaska, by Emery Fridolf Tobin (1895-1977) and J. Ray Roady (1907-1997). Tobin established himself as an opponent of Alaska statehood, although this may have been contradictory, given his ties to the Democratic party and the fact that he and Roady served as State Representatives in 1959. Source

Scope Local, Consumer
Language English
Country United States of America
Media Market ? Anchorage
UVMs ? Request pricing
Frequency ? Monthly