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KPOV SENDS OUR GRATITUDE to MRG Foundation for awarding KPOV a grant for 2017-2018 to support our role as a resource for social justice and community organizing in Central Oregon. MRG Foundation also funds other outstanding Central Oregon organizations, who take advantage of KPOV’s avenues for outreach and education.
We are deeply honored by and proud of the confidence MRG Foundation shows in KPOV by funding High Desert Community Radio.
Listen to Sasquatch Hideaway Mondays at 2:00 p.m.
Formerly Sasquatch Salon, the Hideaway is hosted by long time KPOV volunteer and voice, Ranger Randy. It features a great eclectic mix of music guaranteed to brighten up your Monday afternoon.
KPOV has a new line-up for your Sunday night. We are bringing on a new syndicated show, called 60 Watts. It’s an underground and alternative hard rock show, to expand your horizons or boost your energy. Give it a try and let us know what you think!
KPOV is also moving Geezer Rock from Sunday at 11:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., so you geezers can get to bed an hour earlier, if you aren’t hooked on 60 Watts.
KPOV is proud to announce we have begun airing a great new syndicated show, eTown. eTown is a long running live music and interview show that has become a staple in the community radio world. It now airs on KPOV Wednesday afternoons at 4:00 p.m.
Since 1991, eTown has produced musical, social and environmental programming to uplift and inspire listeners around the world. They attract today’s top artists and combine them with champions of social responsibility and environmental sustainability. The eTown community comes for the music, and stays for the message. Read more ›
KPOV’s show Ken and the Kindred Spirits featuring DJ Lucky Ken has moved. It is now airing Sunday mornings from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Same great show, new time!
PS: Juke in the Back has moved back to its old time of 8:00 a.m. Sunday morning.
KPOV’s station manager, Jill Mahler, was a guest on the Radio Survivor podcast recently, talking about the history of KPOV, and an exciting new project adding podcasts to our website. Thanks to Deschutes Cultural Coalition, Deschutes County and the Roundhouse Foundation for their support.
Listen to the podcast episode here: http://www.radiosurvivor.com/2017/11/14/podcast-116-community-podcasting-community-radio/