Station Updates

WKMS programming and fundraising updates and other station announcements.

Murray, KY – Murray State's listener supported public radio service, 91.3 FM, WKMS concluded its autumn fundraiser with the final day of its on-air campaign on November 3. Listeners and underwriters providing matching grants met the $100,000 goal, and these contributions go into the station's operating budget for business expenses, like the website www.wkms.org that the station maintains year round for listening to its two channels online.

Murray, KY – Media Release: Public Radio Service WKMS Fundraises

Contact: Kate Lochte, Station Manager, 270-809-4745

Date: October 13, 2009

Murray, KY – WKMS introduces Friday Night Live

Murray, KY- A new, locally produced music program, Friday Night Live premiers on Murray State's listener supported public radio service, WKMS, this Friday, September 25th. Each week Friday Night Live will showcase great music, including a variety of classical, jazz, and acoustic performances, recorded live from several regional venues. Friday Night Live will be heard on 91.3 FM and 91.3 WKMS HD-1 and HD-2.

Murray, KY – Media Release: Work on LBL Tower Affects WKMS Regional Signal

Date: Thursday, September 10, 2009

Contact: Kate Lochte (800-599-4737 or kate.lochte@murraystate.edu)

Murray, KY. - WKMS, the 100,000 watt public radio service of Murray State University, is powering down intermittently to allow structural reinforcement to its tower in Land Between the Lakes

Murray, KY – Media Release: New Season of The Eisenhower Hour on WKMS

Date: September 4, 2009

Contact: Jenni Todd (wkmsmembership@murraystate.edu or 270.809.4748)

Murray, KY – Murray, KY- 91.3 WKMS-FM, Murray State's listener-supported public radio service and NPR affiliate, is increasing its news service to the region. Beginning Monday, July 13, WKMS weekdays are all news and information through 7 p.m.

"This new line-up has been in discussion since the events of 9-11" says WKMS Program Director Mark Welch, "when many new listeners discovered that National Public Radio News and WKMS deliver comprehensive international, national, regional and local news."

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