Help us build KNSJ 89.1, San Diego's new public radio station!

  • February 6, 2014 · 7:00 PM
  • 4246 Wightman Street (NW corner of Wightman & Van Dyke)

Come find out what the excitement is all about! We're putting together a news team as well as looking for help with operations, programming, recruiting, fundraising, etc. You can even propose your own new show! This is a very exciting time to get involved with KNSJ and help us build a new San Diego progressive resource from the ground up!

KNSJ.org at 89.1 FM is looking for fun, enthusiastic people to help with news, programming, operations, local music, recruiting, fundraising, etc. The station is just starting and there's plenty of room for exciting new programming, with an emphasis on progressive voices and local culture. If you can't pick us up at 89.1, check out the webcast at KNSJ.org. Areas of interest:

--KNSJ News Now - We're putting together a news team to help provide anchor Mike Hancock with up-to-date local, regional and national news.

--SANDCASTLE (San Diego County Artist Showcase) - Interviews of local playwrights, musicians, performance artists, etc. and an opportunity to showcase their work (music, short plays or any art form that works on radio). Hosted by Karl Weiss.

--The Bookshelf - Interviews of San Diego authors, hosted by Reina Menasche.

--East County News - A news program in conjunction with the online San Diego East County Magazine. Hosted by Miriam Raftery.

--Democracy Now - The highly acclaimed syndicated progressive news program.

--Indie/Local Music - We're looking for new music, especially with progressive content, to add to the KNSJ playlist.

--Add Your Show Here - Seriously. We're looking for new programming. Wow us with your exciting ideas.

Check out my new meetup group at http://www.meetup.com/KNSJ-SD-New-Public-Radio/

Thanks! Karl

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  • Dan R.

    Great - informative, great setting, very friendly

    February 6, 2014

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