KPOV's Fall Membership Drive Is Coming! Become a Member Now!

Creating radio from the heart is one of the main things that separates KPOV from everything else on the dial?

As a KPOV member, listener, volunteer, or supporter you are the heart of KPOV and the you help make it all happen.

Please make a gift today for our Fall Membership Drive, October 11-19.

Authentic radio from the heart of local people is rare in a homogenized, commodified world. We are lucky enough in Central Oregon to be able to find it on the dial at 88.9 FM or all day, every day.

KPOV memberships start at $40. Donations of $60 or more qualify you to choose some great thank-you gifts.

All donations qualify you for a Grand Prize Drawing* for two nights at Lara House Bed and Breakfast in Bend. Make your pledge by October 11 at 3:00 p.m. to also qualify for an Early Bird Drawing* for a $50.00 gift card to Boneyard Pub.**

The Beatles Singalong Is Back!

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KPOV is bringing back our signature event, The Beatles Singalong, Saturday, October 5, at 7:00pm at the Boys and Girls Club in downtown Bend.

Six popular local bands* will lead you in singing and dancing with your favorite Beatles songs. This blast of a fundraiser for KPOV features local beer, wine, and food, a silent auction and raffle, costume contest, and more!

Dress in your 60’s best (or not), leave your troubles far away, and twist and shout with a little help from your friends. You deserve it!

Thank you to our Presenting Sponsors!

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Tickets available at or at the station.

*The six awesome bands are: Juju Eyeball, AM Clouds, She’s With Me, The Blue Vinyls, The Color Study, and Toast and Jam.

Still a Few Spots Left in KPOV's September 28 DJ Training Class

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Act quickly if you want to take the KPOV DJ class this fall!. There are only a few spots left.

Do you ever listen to KPOV and think about being a DJ? Want to DJ your own show on Youth Radio Hour? Just interested in learning all about community radio?

KPOV's fall 2019 DJ training class is coming up on September 28, followed by two hands-on sessions in the KPOV studio. It’s the first step toward becoming a KPOV DJ — adult or teen.

You will learn the history and laws of community radio, KPOV’s past, present, and future, and audio production and broadcast skills.

Hurry and sign up! One session is already sold out.

The class is presented in conjunction with COCC Community Learning. Registration is open now at these links for the adult class and the teen class, or call COCC at 541- 383-7270. Call KPOV at 541-322-0863 for questions or more information.

Schedule Change: Youth Radio Hour and E-Town Trading Places


Attention fans of Youth Radio Hour and E-Town (and who isn’t?):

Beginning September 4, Youth Radio Hour will be airing Wednesdays at 4:00 p.m and E-Town will move to Thursdays at 4:00 p.m.

Make a note of it, and keep tuning in to these great shows!

In case you’re wondering, this change was spurred by new high school hours.

Thank You for Voting for KPOV as Best Radio Station!

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KPOV finished second in the Source Weekly Best of Central Oregon Survey again this year! We are very proud and grateful to you for voting for us.

All of us at KPOV throw our hearts and souls into producing radio by the people and for the people of Central Oregon. The dedicated and beautiful people below are the beating heart of KPOV. They represent all the volunteer DJs, other hard-working volunteers, members of our Board of Directors and Community Advisory Board, and individual and business supporters who make KPOV go.

We have plenty of exciting treats for you this fall, so stay tuned.

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“Historic Moments of Central Oregon” Airing on KPOV

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KPOV is now airing “15 Minute Histories,” rebroadcasting stories told by Central Oregon pioneers and settlers to KBND’s Kessler Cannon in 1953. This recorded series comes out of a collaborative effort between the Deschutes County Historical Society and Deschutes Public Library. KPOV will play two oral histories each month on The Point between 9 and 9:30 am, on the second Friday and third Wednesday in a segment called “Historic Moments of Central Oregon.”