Shortening our Spring Fundraiser
We are trying a experiment this spring. Giving KHSU listeners more uninterrupted programming and a shorter pledge drive. KHSU will only be on the air fundraising for 5 days, April 2 through April 6.
For this to work, all our listeners will have to help. You can help by giving early by mail or online . Our goal is at least 400 memberships by April 1st. Or, give during the 5-day-fundrive and be part of the 1300 total members we need!
To make this fun, we're giving prizes away for people who give early. THE EARLIER YOU DONATE, THE MORE PRIZES you are eligible to win.
Give by April 1st and be entered to win: $500 on United Airlines, a basket full of Humboldt Made products and A Bike from Revolution Bicycles! Complete rules are here .
To enter without a donation email here following the rules .
KHSU to host DA Forum March 20th
KHSU will broadcast a forum with the four Humboldt County District Attorney candidates on March 20th beginning at 7 p.m.
The forum will be held at the Arcata Community Center and the public is welcome to attend and to take part in the discussion. Thursday Night Talk co-host and Mad River Union Editor at Large Kevin Hoover will moderate.
The forum is sponsored by KHSU, the Mad River Union and the Arcata Police Association.
DA Interviews available in archives
KHSU and Thursday Night Talk's series of hour long interviews with District Attorney candidates are available on our audio archives page and will be kept up until further notice. The interviews with candidates Elan Firpo from Feb 27th and Arnie Klein From March 6th are available now on the archive under Thursday Night Talk .
Thursday Night Talk
March 13th - Host Jacqueline Debets welcomes Angeline Schwab, Executive Director of Humboldt Made; John McClurg co-owner of Fire & Light Originals; Chris Gaines, marketing consultant; and Meredith Maier, co-owner of Six Rivers Brewery for a discussion of Humboldt Made and the group's strategies.
For more details on this week's show, see the KHSU News Page
The Thursday Night Talk hosts are: Jacqueline Debets from Humboldt Economic Development, Kevin Hoover, Editor-at-Large for the Mad River Union, Eric Kirk, Attorney and amateur political pundit and Brenda Starr longtime radio activist. 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.
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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