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Welcome to 88.9 KPOV! KPOV broadcasts from Bend, Oregon and reaches listeners throughout Deschutes County and into Crook County.  With over 40 locally produced programs and 70 hosts, KPOV is radio by the people and for the people.

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Elect to Laugh With Will Durst February 12

KPOV and Silver Moon Brewing present hilarious comic Will Durst’s Elect toTickets button 1 Laugh: 2016, his comic look at the political season as it unfolds.

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ALERT! The Show is currently sold out, but we are trying to make more seats available, KEEP CHECKING BACK!

Join us February 12, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 61980 Skyliner Ranch Road. You can get tickets here, or by calling 541-Silver Moon322-0863.  Advance tickets are $17; $15 for KPOV members.  All tickets are $20 at the door.

KPOV extends a huge thank you to our show sponsors.

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Spring Break 2016 Youth Radio Camp

557109_10151854430035284_881738835_nWant to learn how to create a radio show and have some fun making it happen?

KPOV is holding our super fun Youth Radio Camp again this Spring Break!

The camp will be held March 21-25 in the KPOV studio, at 501 NW Bond Street in Bend. The camp is for youth grades 4-7, ages 9-13, and will be held from 9:00 a.m to Noon each day. Read more ›

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KPOV To Broadcast the Homelessness Marathon February 17

KPOV is proud to broadcast the 18th annual national Homelessness Marathon from 8:00 PM Wednesday February 17 to 6:00 a.m. the morning of Thursday, February 18. Listen at 88.9 FM or kpov.org.

The Homelessness Marathon’s mission is to raise consciousness about homelessness and poverty in America and around the world.  It is the only national broadcast to focus on homelessness.  More information is available at www.homelessnessmarathon.org. Read more ›

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KPOV Awarded a Grant by Deschutes Cultural Coalition

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KPOV offers a big thank you to the Deschutes Cultural Coalition for awarding a grant to KPOV for 2016. The grant was awarded to assist KPOV in building a volunteer host training program for our daily local affairs show, The Point.

We are very grateful for the long-standing support of the Deschutes Cultural Coalition.

If you are interested in The Point training program, please contact Bruce Morris at bruce@kpov.org, call us at 541-322-0863, or stop by our studio at 501 NW Bond Street in Bend.

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Bend Ranks 11th in National Energy Reduction Competition

Bend ranks 11th among 50 communities competing for the Georgetown University Energy Prize, a national competition to reduce energy use and win a $5 million award. After a two year competition period, ending in December 2016, 10 finalist communities will be selected and then judged against six other criteria. The final winner will be announced in July of 2017.

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New on KPOV: The Magic Blast from the Past and Witch’s Brew Variety Hour

Fire-Microphone-HD-Music-Wallpaper-1024x576KPOV is keeping it fresh and lively with a unique, two-part, live and locally-produced music show airing Wednesday’s from 10:00 p.m. to midnight.

The first hour, The Magic Blast from the Past, casts a spell of swell oldies from as far back as 1910-1969. Part two, The Witch’s Brew Variety Hour, is a cauldron conundrum, a modern blend of alternative digs and psychedelic-slanted jigs.  Listen at 88.9 FM or stream it live.

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New Program Carbonfreeda on KPOV!

KPOV is proud to add the new show “Carbonfreeda” to our broadcast schedule.  Carbonfreeda is locally produced by Central Oregonian