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The News Director is responsible for the overall news programming on KDNK. The News Director runs the news department and is responsible for identifying news issues in the local community, monitoring and partnering with other media sources, hosting NPR programs, assigning stories to reporters and broadcasting news.
KDNK has rescheduled our birthday party here at the station to Tuesday, April 15 at 5 p.m. We have burgers and brats from Sustainable Settings Ranch, birthday cake and beer and wine and pop ... free for all current KDNK members! Feel free to bring a side dish or something for the grill.
KDNK has been owner operated since 1983. That's the theme of our membership drive, which runs from February 17-28. Join or renew by clicking the "Donate" button. We've scheduled some fun activites so click through for all the information.
It is time for our annual board elections and all members are encouraged to vote. This is your digital ballot.
In addition to the board election there are some proposed bylaws changes that must be approved by the membership. The proposed changes are here.
Please fill out the ballot and:
A. E-mail it back or
B. Print it and fax it to 963-0810 or
C. Print it and mail it to P.O. Box 1388 or
D. Print it and drop it off at 76 S Second Street or
E. Attend the annual meeting and pick up or submit a ballot there.
Make sure you put your name on the ballot! Deadline is December 5, 2013 at 6 p.m.
Find short interviews with the candidates here.
Cary Morin, a Crow Indian from Montana brings his Native Americana fingerstyle blues to KDNK's Blues & BBQ, Saturday August 17 at the 4th Street Plaza in Carbondale. The show features Hannibal Brown at 4pm, Texas Flood (Stevie Ray Vaughan tribute) at 5pm and Cary Morin at 7:00 pm. Click through to see the awesome food menu that the Goat is bringing to the party.
"'Sing It Louder' highlights Morin's deft fingerstyle guitar talents and distinctive songwriting style and showcases Morin's decades of music experience. A staple of the Fort Collins, CO music scene, the Native American Morin is a stellar songwriter. The town of Fort Collins recently created a public mural in celebration of local musicians, including Morin, serves as testament to Morin's impact on music in the area." - Nick Loss Eaton
The concert kicks off the 30th Anniversary KDNK membership drive and is free to all KDNK members with a current KDNK Community Card.
All current members are invited to attend the KDNK 30th anniversary party at KDNK on Sunday, April 14 at 2 p.m.
The winter membership drive is February 18-March 1. Mission: KDNK provides public access radio that connects community members to one another and the world. Be part of the connection!
Theme: 30 years of community radio. Goal $65,000. Click on DONATE to help. Thank you.
Wednesday, Feb 27
Live broadcast at Village Smithy 8-10 a.m. Live broadcast of Thompson Divide town hall discussion beginning at 6 p.m.
Thursday, Feb 28
C-Town-KDNK’s local variety program and talent show, 8 p.m. PAC3. Contact us to perform.
KDNK's Annual Meeting is November 20 at 6 p.m. at KDNK. Five people are running for three seats on the board. Current members may click through to download a ballot and find out more about free pizza at the membership meeting.
The KDNK Labor of Love Auction and Community Mixer is Friday, November 30, 2012 at the Carbondale Rec Center! We have many hundreds of wonderful donations from this incredible Wayne Kramer Fender Stratocaster guitar to art, dining, services and local labors of love! This free event goes from 6:30-9:00 and will feature delightful finger foods from Konnyaku, a bar with beer and wine and live jazz from the Walt Smith Trio.
Last weekend, KDNK and the Aspen Daily News presented an afternoon with Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now! She stopped at Carbondale's town hall as part of their 100 city "Silenced Majority Tour."
Goodman spoke about police brutality, the narrow focus of mainstream media, voices absent in the 2012 elections and the vital role of independent media.
(Listen to Amy Goodman's full discussion)