KCAM: Fifty Years of Broadcasting in the Copper River Valley is a hardcover commemorative book of photos and stories covering the history of KCAM. Get your copy at the KCAM studios for $45. To have the book mailed to you, please call us at (907) 822-5226 for details. Shipping and handling are $15.
KCAM is a 5,000-watt community station in the Copper River Valley in Southcentral Alaska. The station is located at the edge of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, 187 miles northeast of Anchorage at the intersection of the Glenn and Richardson Highways. KCAM went on the air in March of 1964 during the Great Alaska Earthquake. Newly affiliated with Alaska Bible College, KCAM remains true to its Christian heritage while offering programs to serve the entire community. Programming includes national and local news, local weather, community news, family and children's programs, and a wide variety of music ranging from country to contemporary Christian to oldies.