Alaska has a shield law, presently codified as AS 09.25.300 -- .390. (The shield law, which encompasses public officials as well as reporters, was codified as AS 09.25.150 -- .220 until it was re-numbered in 1994.) The shield law was enacted in 1967. There is no significant legislative history, nor have there been significant amendments to it. The text of the statute is as follows:
Alaska Statutes, Title 09, Chapter 25.
Article 3. Privilege of Public Officials and Reporters
AS 09.25.300. Claiming of Privilege By Public Official or Reporter.