Thank you for giving before and during the KHSU Spring Fund Drive. An amazing 1062 of your fellow listeners pitched in to raise $97,000 towards our goal.
KHSU is still $23,000 away from our budget goal. Please help with any contribution. You can give now.
KHSU Specials in Archive
Two recently produced specials are in the KHSU audio archives for listening on your schedule.
The Word , a community storytelling performance originally broadcast April 27th live from the Arcata Playhouse.
A tribute to poet and activist David Hernandez , a collaboration with the HSU College of Professional Studies.
KHSU Airs North Coast Perspectives Fridays
KHSU will air a six-part series, North Coast Perspectives looking at the present and future of the North Coast economy and issues that matter to our region. In cooperation with KEET public television, KHSU rebroadcasts the forums Friday at 1:30. Moderated by Julie Fulkerson.
North Coast Perspectives airs originally on KEET TV, Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p.m.
New Voices on Thursday Night Talk
Our weekly call-in talk show, Thursday Night Talk, has expanded to feature four new hosts, each with a different focus. The program airs at 7 p.m.
May 16th guest host Geraldine Goldberg and her guests join in a discussion of the Independent Observer Program. Independent observers have been present locally at timber protests, Occupy protests and the recent homeless eviction behind the Bayshore Mall. The presence of these independent observers provides unbiased witness in case there is any escalation during these events. Call in and join the conversation on Thursday Night Talk, from 7 to 8 pm.
The new Thursday Night Talk hosts are: Paul Mann, former White House correspondent; Jacqueline Debets from Humboldt Economic Development, Benjamin Shaeffer, Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Humboldt State University; and Eric Kirk, Attorney and amateur political pundit. David Cobb, longtime TNT host and former Green Party presidential candidate also hosts occasionally. For descriptions of each night's focus and upcoming topics visit this page.
Drive to add 100 Sustainers Gaining Steam
KHSU is working to build our team of Sustaining Members -- adding 100 by July 1, 2013. We have 71 left to go!
Being a Sustaining Member means:
-Never having to renew your membership,
-Annual thank you gifts and tax receipts,
-Entry in all KHSU membership drawings,
-Less fundraising mail,
-The ability to give more as a member, but giving small monthly payments.
To become a Sustainer or change you membership status, call 707-826-6084 or 826-6059.
KHSU Garberville Signal Changes to 89.9 FM
KHSU's Southern Humboldt signal has changed to 89.9 FM, one "click" away from the former frequency at 89.7. If you have listened to KHSU in Southern Humboldt on 89.7 or 90.5 FM, give 89.9 a try.
Contributing listeners in Southern Humboldt raised funds to retain a KHSU signal in their area and boost KHSU's coverage. The campaign was completed with generous grants from the Monroe Tobin Fund and the John and Barbara Francek Memorial Fund of the Humboldt Area Foundation, the Mel and Grace McLean Foundation and the Garberville Rotary Club.
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