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    • Alamosa, CO

      KRZA is dedicated to maintaining its role as a connecting force in the community. We honor and preserve our Hispanic heritage and recognize the changing demographics that form the listenership of today. We serve our audience through quality programming that; entertains, provides information, and furthers the discussion of peace, social justice, the environment and intercultural sharing. Connecting cultures along the Upper Rio Grande.

    • Albany, NY

      WAMC/Northeast Public Radio is a regional public radio network serving parts of seven northeastern states. These include New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont, New Jersey, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania. Stations and translators are in 24 locations throughout the region. WAMC/Northeast Public Radio is a member of National Public Radio and an affiliate of Public Radio International.

    • Ames/Des Moines

    • Appleton, WI

      College radio at Lawrence University. Programs from 4 p.m. - midnight Monday-Saturday.

    • Arlington, VA

      A project of Arlington Independent Media, WERA's programming is produced by and for the community. WERA is an outlet for anyone interested in creating, producing, and delivering broadcast-quality content to the Arlington community and surrounding area. WERA-LP features local-centric programming brought to you by talented and dedicated volunteer producers working in a wide variety of genres and styles to bring the sights and sounds of the Arlington area to our listeners. WERA-LP is Arlington’s only radio station. Broader coverage of DC and Northern Virginia often overshadows the news, events, people, stories, and culture that define one of the most diverse and innovative communities in the country. But WERA-LP and wera.fm will provide an opportunity for all Arlingtonians to raise their voices and share their perspectives – and listen to their friends and neighbors as they produce and deliver their own community radio programs.

    • Asheville, NC

      Variety, music and news. Local current affairs and a lot of local music.

    • Astoria, OR

      We are the only non-commercial, local public radio station serving the coastal areas of southwest Washington and northwest Oregon. On the air since 1983. We are the only non-commercial, local community radio station serving the coastal areas of southwest Washington and northwest Oregon. On the air since 1983.

    • Atlanta, GA

      Album 88 is the student-run radio voice of Georgia State University, broadcasting 24/7 from Student Center West. It features a rotation of indie-rock, indie-pop, electronic and hip-hop music, complemented by an assortment of specialty shows in the evening and weekends, athletics broadcasts and 88 Updates by our student news team.

    • ATTLEBORO, MA

    • Austin, TX

      Austin Community Radio, Inc. operating as KAZI 88.7 is the oldest community station in Austin. The station is a listener-supported, non-commercial community radio station, staffed almost entirely by volunteers who work together out of a sense of commitment and concern for our community. KAZI was the dream of the late Dr. John Warfield, professor of African-American Studies at the University of Texas. His vision was to create a noncommercial station that served the needs of the African-American community. With generous funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and loaned tower space from LBJ-S Broadcasting, KAZI began transmitting on August 29, 1982. Although KAZI was launched with the aid of public funding, it currently survives entirely on donations from listeners and support from commercial sponsors. The station also receives monies from the City of Austin for the broadcast of the weekly City Council meeting. KAZI remains a strong force in the Austin Community with its unique mix of RnB, Soul, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Gospel, Blues, Reggae, Zydeco, Talk, Community Information, Independent News and more… KAZI also takes pride in supporting and promoting local artists as well as national artists on small independent labels. Since 1982, KAZI has been serving Austin and the surrounding communities. The station maintains a family atmosphere with a volunteer staff that loves what they do, which keeps the listening audiences always wanting more.

    • Austin, TX

      KOOP—community radio for Austin, Texas—is radio for people, not for profit. Visit us at <a href="http://www.koop.org/">KOOP.org</a>.

    • Baltimore, MD

      WLOY is so much more than your average college radio station! Whether it's our Award Winning local music shows, community outreach, our in studio performances by great bands, fundraising for others, or just our great DJs playing all sorts of killer tunes you need to hear – WLOY is better than the average bear!

    • Bellows Falls, VT

      WOOL-FM is Black Sheep Radio: member-owned, volunteer-run, non-profit community radio for the southern Vermont and New Hampshire borderlands.

    • Bend, Oregon

      Welcome to Central Oregon! KPOV is radio by the people and for the people of Central Oregon. KPOV strengthens community, arts, culture, and democracy through participation in independent, non-commercial radio. KPOV broadcasts from Bend and reaches listeners throughout the region with over 40 locally produced shows and 70 local hosts as well as national and international news not heard elsewhere in Central Oregon.

    • Bisbee, AZ

      KBRP is a grassroots, membership-run, community radio station located in Bisbee, AZ.

    • Bloomington, Indiana

      WFHB is Indiana’s first community radio station! Volunteer-powered and listener-supported since 1993. WFHB's mission is to provide an open forum for ideas and issues, and to celebrate and increase the local cultural diversity.

    • Boise, Idaho

      KRBX - Boise's Only Community Radio Station. Radio Boise is a community radio station. Our volunteer programmers strive to provide quality local programming for the wide range of people and communities in our listening area who are not satisfied by existing media outlets. Radio, Live Transmission.

    • Boston, MA

      BIRN1: Live radio curated and hosted by students at Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee. All styles, all hours. See our full schedule at http://www.thebirn.com/birn-1/

    • Boston, MA

      WBCA 102.9 FM, a partnership between Boston Neighborhood Network and the City of Boston. You can listen daily from 6pm-2am.

    • Boston, MA

      WRBB 104.9FM is Northeastern University's student-run radio station broadcasting since December 1962, and streaming live 24/7 at wrbbradio.org. We dare you to listen.

    • Bridgeport, CT

      WPKN is a 10,000-watt non-commercial radio station founded in 1963 as the college radio station of the University of Bridgeport. While our studios and offices remain on the campus of the University of Bridgeport, in 1989 we became an independent, non-profit 501(c)3 corporation. Since then WPKN has been an independent, listener-supported community radio station, broadcasting at 89.5 FM. WPKN and streaming live on the internet at wpkn.org and on many tuning apps. Initially established to serve the needs of the residents of Bridgeport’s local educational institutions, WPKN’s terrestrial signal now serves a potential listenership of 1.5 million people in Connecticut, Long Island, and parts of New York and Massachusetts. Programming is on WPKN is decidedly freeform in nature and includes multiethnic and multilingual shows; music of all genres and eras as well as live and recorded news, public affairs, and spoken word. We also have PODCASTS for the more than 25 spoken-word oriented shows on WPKN. WPKN’s free app for Apple and Android is WPKN LIVE.

    • Brooklyn, NY

      Radio Free Brooklyn is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to give a global voice to local artists, residents, community organizers and other non-profit institutions by providing a commercial-free freeform Internet Radio platform. We are a non-commercial community freeform Internet radio station, streaming original content by the artists and residents of NYC’s most populous borough 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.

    • Burlington, VT

      Burlington Vermont's low power FM community radio station

    • Carbondale, CO

      KDNK provides public access radio that connects community members to one another and the world.

    • Cedar Rapids - Iowa City, IA

      Past recipient of JazzWeek’s “Station of the Year” award, KCCK is one of the best-kept secrets in jazz. Artfully balancing the latest jazz sounds with classic masters in Bebop, Post-Bop, Mainstream, Latin, Big Band and Contemporary Jazz Styles, Jazz 88.3 packs 60 minutes of the hippest music anywhere into every hour. Listen for the best in jazz music and jazz news every day, plus live concert broadcasts and great national programs like Piano Jazz, Jazz Profiles, Riverwalk, Radio Deluxe and Jazz From Lincoln Center. Cool Blues, Big Band Swing shows on the weekend, too! Jazz 88.3 KCCK is an independent, listener-supported public radio station whose mission is to enrich people’s lives through music. Also producing jazz education programs in the schools for students of all ages.

    • Champaign-Urbana, IL

      WEFT 90.1 FM is a community radio station established in 1981 serving a diverse community of listeners in East Central Illinois and many listeners worldwide via our live stream at weft.org/listen and on-demand listening via Radio Free America.

    • Chapel Hill - Carrboro, NC

      WCOM 103.5 FM: Listener supported, volunteer powered community radio. Facilitating the exchange of ideas and music with particular regard for those who are overlooked or under-represented by other media outlets. Providing a mechanism for volunteers to become creators and contributors. For all inquiries please contact us at stationmanager@wcomfm.org

    • Chicago, IL

      CHIRP Radio plays a wide mix of independent, local, and just generally good music curated by passionate, knowledgeable DJs who are always live from our Chicago studios.

    • Chicago, IL

      WNUR is a non-commercial, listener-supported radio station broadcasting at a frequency of 89.3 MHz FM and a power of 7200 watts. The WNUR studios are located in Louis Hall, on the campus of Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, and the station produces a signal that can be heard by nearly 3 million potential listeners throughout Chicagoland. WNUR also streams on the Web to listeners around the world. WNUR is licensed to Northwestern University and its operations are subject to the authority and oversight of Northwestern University’s Board of Trustees and its Officers. Through its programming, WNUR strives to provide a forum for underrepresented music and ideas. By pursuing the cultural, intellectual, and artistic aspects of radio, WNUR promotes musicians, musical genres, news, public affairs issues, and athletic events often overlooked by major media outlets. Additionally, because it is completely independent of commercial pressures, WNUR has the opportunity to provide unique and challenging programming to the Northwestern, Evanston, and Chicago communities no matter how unpopular or controversial. Although WNUR is student-run, its roster of DJs comprises both students and members of the WNUR community.

    • Chico, CA

      KZFR Community Radio is a noncommercial, nonprofit, public service organization dedicated to playing music and disseminating news and information. Our purpose is to entertain, educate, and to contribute to cultural appreciation and enlightenment. KZFR's programming reflects the needs of the Northern Sacramento Valley Communities. Most Programming is produced by members of our community and is community oriented. Programming produced outside our community provides information on issues affecting the Northern Sacramento Valley. KZFR Community Radio operates with the support of approximately 120 community volunteers who provide a wide variety of music programming as well as local public affairs and information programs, and who assist a small paid management staff with fundraising, outreach and events for the northern Sacramento Valley and beyond. Agreement with the principles and goals of KZFR is the sole criteria for participation. We are guided by the spirit of the First Amendment. KZFR Community Radio is open to everyone. We are united in our diversity.

    • Columbia, Missouri

      Independent news, diverse talk and music of the world. We are Mid-Missouri's community radio based in Columbia, MO.

    • Cortez, CO

      KSJD's mission is to inform, entertain and empower the people of the Four Corners region. KSJD is public radio serving based in Cortez, Colorado and serving the Four Corners Region of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah, including the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe and portions of the Navajo Nation. We are proud to operate in a community radio model, meaning volunteer leadership powers much of the programming and operations of the station.

    • Crested Butte/Gunnison

      KBUT is a community radio station located in Gunnison County, Colorado. We distinguish ourselves from commercial stations through a commitment to community participation, support and control. KBUT Community Radio exists to enrich and unify the Gunnison Valley through information, entertainment and community involvement.

    • Cupertino, CA

      KKUP is known as the 'people's radio.' Our purpose is to provide views, music, and cultural diversity not found in mainstream media. We feature local musicians, activists, poets and story-tellers both on tape and live in-studio! You name it! If you can't hear it anywhere else, it's probably on KKUP.

    • Dallas Texas

      KNON Community Radio is an all volunteer DJ Radio Station in Dallas Texas playing music for people who love music from DJ's who love music. The mission of KNON is to be the Voice of The People in the Dallas area. We provide unique programming to reflect the diversity of the entire metroplex community.

    • Durango, CO

      Fort Lewis College and Durango Community Radio Free Form Radio...For Durango and Beyond

    • Durham, NH

    • East Orland, Maine

      WERU Community Radio is an independent, noncommercial, educational media organization. Our mission is to engage with the community to provide diverse music, entertainment and alternative news and public affairs programming, with emphasis on local people, issues and cultures.

    • East Stroudsburg, PA

      WESS Radio (90.3 FM) is East Stroudsburg University's student-operated radio station, and is an MTV Woodie Award Winner for being the "best college radio station in the country." WESS Radio, a 24/7 broadcaster and webcaster, offers a wide variety of unique content including diverse music shows, talk programs, sports, vintage radio programs from the 1930s through the 1950s, and student news briefs. Follow us on Twitter at #WESSRadiio to find out what shows are always coming up that you can listen to live, or as podcasts. We like it when you turn us on.

    • Eugene, OR

      KWVA is the University of Oregon student radio station and multi-media program. Real live volunteers produce 1- or 2-hour music programs once each week 24-hours/day, and students also volunteer to cover and produce sports and news programs. We often host live bands and love having guests. We recently moved to a brand new facility and are working on settling in.

    • Eugene, Oregon

      KLCC is an NPR affiliate in Eugene Oregon licensed to Lane Community College, serving western and central Oregon. Featuring NPR News, Local News, Talk, Jazz, Blues, Folk, World, Celtic, Americana & Grateful Dead.

    • Fairfax, VA

      We have everything from sports and news programming to interview based talk shows and the best music from today and yesterday. WGMU is also the flagship station of George Mason’s Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams, part of the Go Mason Digital Network. Go Patriots!

    • Fargo, ND

      Radio Free Fargo is a non-profit community radio station located in the Fargo-Moorhead area

    • Fort Collins, CO

      KCSU-FM (90.5 FM) is Colorado State University’s non-commercial, student-run, campus radio station licensed to Fort Collins, Colorado. KCSU was born in 1964 when CSU Students applied for an official FCC license and obtained 90.9 megahertz. KCSU upgraded to our current frequency 90.5 in 1984. KCSU broadcasts at 10,000 watts, reaching east to Greeley, south to Longmont, and north to the Wyoming border. The mission of KCSU is to train students to collaboratively operate a radio station that delivers and creates content that informs and inspires our listeners. KCSU is a 501c3 non-profit organization affiliated with Rocky Mountain Student Media Corporation and is one of the largest college radio stations in the country. The KCSU broadcast signal reaches over 250,000 people and can be heard anywhere in the world that has internet access on www.kcsufm.com.

    • Fort Wayne, Indiana

      WELT-LP is a non-commercial, listener-sponsored, member-controlled community radio station licensed by the FCC to broadcast within Allen County. From the studios at the downtown branch of the Allen County Public Library, WELT-LP's volunteers and staff promote communication, education, entertainment, and understanding by providing quality programming and services to the Fort Wayne community. By providing a forum for both the discussion of public issues and the expansion of musical and cultural experiences, WELT-LP facilitates community expression by giving Allen County access to the airwaves for the purpose of sharing music, culture, news, and information.

    • Gallup, NM

      The primary mission of KGLP is to provide a radio service that encourages intellectual curiosity and critical analysis. KGLP's mandate is to provide for the otherwise un-served tastes and interests of the public in the Gallup area, and to present material that challenges the mind, provokes thought and discussion, broadens views, and educates the whole person in a formal and informal manner.

    • Garberville, Eureka, Laytonville, Shelter Cove, CA

      Broadcasting from Humboldt County, California, KMUD has been on the air since 1987. Great music of all kinds, news and talk relevant to our community of listeners, brought to you by volunteers with the assistance of a small staff. Real people, no commercials.

    • Garden City, KS

      High Plains Public Radio operates a network of 19 FM stations and translators providing public radio service to 78 counties across the High Plains region, including parts of Kansas, Texas, Colorado, Oklahoma, & Nebraska. For nearly all of this area, HPPR is the sole source of public radio service. From our headquarters in Garden City, KS, as well as a second studio in Amarillo, TX, our network hosts a variety of national and regional music and news programming. For more information, visit www.hppr.org. ~ HPPR: In touch with the world, at home on the High Plains.

    • Garden City, NY

      WHPC 90.3FM, The Voice of Nassau Community College, is a 500-watt non-commercial, educational radio station, serving Nassau County, eastern Queens, and Western Suffolk County communities, licensed to Garden City, NY. WHPC can also be heard world-wide online at NCC.edu/WHPC and now on Amazon Echo, Google Home, and the iHeartRadio app. Our station provides professional broadcast training to qualified Nassau Community College students, as well as members of the community.

    • Grand Junction, CO

      KAFM is the only local community radio station in Grand Junction, since 1999, providing both ecclectic music programming and special interest talk shows to listeners in the Grand Valley and beyond. We're powered by over 250 volunteers, including the corps of talented and vibrant programmers you hear on-the-air daily. These are your friends, neighbors, and partners, making KAFM truly "community powered" radio.

    • Grand Marais, MN

      WTIP is the first community radio station on the North Shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota

    • Gualala, CA

      NMRC/KGUA was formed to create content about Native Americans and to promote racial harmony and cross-cultural understanding. Since its inception, NMRC has been one of the primary content providers of radio programs and documentaries about Native Americans, working in collaboration with such prestigious institutions like the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Koahnic Broadcasting Corporation, Northern California Cultural Communications, Inc. and Native American Public Telecommunications, Inc.

    • Haines, Skagway, Klukwan AK

      KHNS is listener-supported community radio for the Upper Lynn Canal: Haines, Skagway, and Klukwan Alaska. Proudly broadcasting since 1980!

    • Hanalei, Kaua‘i, Hawai‘i

      KEKAHU FOUNDATON / KKCR MISSION STATEMENT KKCR is Kaua‘i’s independent, non-commercial, listener-supported community radio station. KKCR seeks to: • Stimulate, educate and entertain our audience • Preserve, perpetuate and celebrate Hawaiian culture • Reflect the diversity of the local and world community KKCR provides a forum for overlooked, suppressed, or under-represented voices and music. The Kekahu Foundation facilitates this broadcasting opportunity.

    • Hawi, HI

      KNKR 96.1 FM is a listener supported, non-commercial, nonprofit, community radio station in partnership with the Kohala High and Middle schools. We broadcast exclusively to North Kohala on Hawaii Island. KNKR reflects the North Kohala community by offering programming by a wide variety of local volunteers. We encourage cultural diversity and provide a platform for creative expression. KNKR promotes and broadcasts local community activities and events and presents local emergency broadcasting for the community.

    • Hemingway, SC

      The songs you hear on Radio Baha'i will make you happier, make you smile, remind you of your spiritual reality, encourage you to be of service to others, and remind you of God's love for you. Music is, after all, "a ladder for the soul."  We all need balance - and balancing our material life with our spiritual reality is essential for true happiness. Let Radio Baha'i help keep you balanced.

    • Hoopa, CA

      Tribally Owned and Operated Community Radio K’IDE is a word in the Hupa language. It is an antler that is taken off the deer and used as a tool or it is decorated. We needed a four letter word that started with “K” to be used for the radio station Call Letters. The Call Letters of this radio station were chosen by a Fourth Grade Hupa Language class in 1977. KIDE has been a tool for the community since 1980.

    • Jackson, Wy

      We are Wyoming's only independent community radio station, providing locally curated music, news, and community affairs discussions for Jackson Hole and beyond.

    • Joliet, IL

      WCSF (88.7 FM) is a radio station based in Joliet, Illinois broadcasting an eclectic college radio music format. The station is licensed to the University of St. Francis.

    • Kansas City, MO

      KKFI is the Kansas City area’s independent, noncommercial community radio station. We seek to stimulate, educate and entertain our audience, to reflect the diversity of the local and world community, and to provide a channel for individuals and groups, issues and music that have been overlooked, suppressed or under-represented by other media.

    • Ketchikan, AK

      KRBD reaches out to all segments of the community to encourage access to the airwaves, enabling the people of Southern Southeast Alaska to share their ideas and cultures with the community at large. We strive to provide listeners with a broad range of art, cultural entertainment and ideas from other parts of the world, to initiate analysis and dialog, and to promote understanding among people through these presentations.

    • Lexington KY

      Lexington Community Radio: Home of El Pulso 95.7FM and WLXU 93.9FM http://www.lexingtoncommunityradio.org/

    • Lexington, KY

      El Pulso Latino WLXL-LP 95.7 FM is presented by Lexington Community Radio. This station broadcasts Spanish programming with original shows produced in-house by Latino community members. We strive to connect the community and provide a media platform to be used as a resource and an outlet for Spanish-language programming. El Pulso follows the mission of LCR and it hopes to keep pushing for the betterment of the Latino community in Lexington. ¡Bienvenido a El Pulso Latino presentado por Radio Comunitaria Lexington! Radio Comunitaria Lexington (LCR) es la organización primaria de WLXL-LP 95.7 FM, una nueva estación FM comunitaria de baja potencia en Lexington dándonos la oportunidad de transmitir en inglés y español. Proveemos el estudio y la guía y la gente de Lexington crean el contenido: noticias de los vecindarios, seguridad pública, educación, música, arte y cultura. Usamos el poder de las historias –lo que la comunidad de Lexington comparte de sus preocupaciones y lo que los apasiona, victorias y derrotas – para crear comunidad entre la gente de todas partes de la vida.

    • Lexington, KY

      WRFL, Lexington is the University of Kentucky's Student-Run Radio Station. WRFL is a Free Format Community station  that has someone Live 24/7/365 in our Campus studio playing music since 1988!

    • Lincoln, NE

      Listener-supported local radio from Lincoln, Neb.

    • Little Rock, AR

      No commercials, no pledge drives, no subscriptions, no playlists. Just classic hip hop, funk and more.

    • Long Beach, CA

      Global Station of the Year RadioFlag 2013, winners of 6 global awards in the last four years. Great College Radio!

    • Long Beach, CA

      KLBC 1610am "Truly Underground Radio" is a student controlled radio station operated out of the LAC (Liberal Arts Campus) of LBCC (Long Beach City College) located in beautiful sunny Long Beach, California.

    • Lopez Island, WA

      Our Low Power FM station serves Lopez Island, Washington. We operate on 18 watts at 102.9 broadcasting and webcasting from Center Road in the middle of the island. KLOI is owned and operated by GIVE (Gathering Island Voices and Expressions) the sponsoring non profit organization, a Board of Directors and countless volunteers.

    • Los Angeles, CA

      We are a 100% student run Radio station located in the upper reaches of our Student Union. We run programming 24/7 which includes music, comedy, sports, and news shows.

    • Madison, WI

      Since 1975, WORT has broadcast a wide variety of noncommercial, independent, locally-focused news and music programs to south central Wisconsin. Our FM signal reaches a roughly 50-100 mile radius around Madison. The station webcasts all of its music, news and public affairs programs, maintaining an online archive for 2 weeks (music) and up to 2 months or more (talk shows.) Our schedule includes a small amount of syndicated programming such as Democracy Now!, BBC News Headlines, WINGS (Women’s International News Gathering Service) and This Way Out. The majority of our news and music programming is produced on site by volunteers. From Spanish language programming to science and literature, call-in shows and an hour-long local newscast every weeknight, plus music from classical to metal, folk, indie, jazz, blues, reggae and more, there’s something for everyone on our airwaves! WORT's over 300 volunteers provide most of the on-air programming. In addition, many community volunteers contribute to myriad off-air operations. The organizational structure of WORT reflects the station’s principles of democratic decision-making: Paid and unpaid workers (volunteers) elect the Board of Directors; the Board sets policy and hires full-time and part-time paid staff. The full-time staff is organized as a collective that operates within sound management practices and written policies established by the Board. The staff collective oversees the day-to-day operations of the station. WORT maintains membership or affiliation with a number of organizations, including:  Pacifica Network (affiliate station)  National Federation of Community Radio Broadcasters (NFCB)  AMARC (World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters)  Grassroots Radio Coalition  Public Radio International (PRI)  Wisconsin Broadcasters Association (WBA.) WORT is a 501(c)3 nonprofit. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law. Tax ID 23-7328965. For more information, contact pledge@wortfm.org.

    • Madison, WI

      OUR MISSION ​​Many Voices, One Community 95.5 WWMV's mission is to build community by bringing together the full richness of our community to share their gifts, talents, perspectives and cultures. In partnership with local schools, colleges, community groups, and neighbors, we create opportunities for people of all ages and from all walks of life to develop their own voice and learn new skills.

    • Mankato, MN

      89.7 KMSU 'The Maverick' is your local radio station. Listen to us for a unique blend of music and talk shows you won't find anywhere else. Together we make GREAT radio!

    • Marfa, TX

      Public radio in Far West Texas

    • Marin County, CA

      KWMR is West Marin Community Radio - a media platform that includes over 90 volunteer programmers and partnerships with local non-profits and businesses based in northern California. KWMR is a vital resource for building and sustaining community, standing ready to serve in times of emergency, airing locally relevant information and entertainment to listeners, creating a forum through which every voice can be heard. Our station offers instruction and experience in radio production and broadcasting skills to members of all ages. Tune in for local information and a wide variety of music programs!

    • Medical Lake/Spokane, WA

      KYRS-Thin Air Community Radio is a volunteer-powered, non-commercial, listener-supported, community radio station in Spokane, WA serving the area with unique programming for un-served and underserved populations. Heard on 92.3 & 88.1 FM and streaming 24/7 at www.kyrs.org, we provide a mix of news, views, culture and music often overlooked by other media.

    • Millegeville, GA

      Today, more than 40 students make WGUR 95.3 possible. Students are given free rein to play a range of music, sports and news. WGUR believes in the power and voice of Georgia College students, the station itself is a testament to that. One student had an idea and that idea turned into a movement, a thriving organism, an outlet for freedom and creativity for generations of students that would come after him.

    • Missoula, Montana

      Missoula Community Radio creates a medium for all community members to enrich and engage their community directly and freely by producing educational, socially just, culturally aware and entertaining radio programming.

    • Missoula, MT

      We are a College-Community based radio station located in the University Center on the University of Montana campus in Missoula. Our staff is entirely comprised of students, and our DJs are volunteers. We focus on promoting our community and it’s local businesses in part with their support. It’s a labor of love here at KBGA, maintaining the purest form of radio, the way it should be.

    • Missoula, MT

      Montana Public Radio is an NPR affiliate with a robust Montana news team including bureaus in Missoula, the Flathead and Helena. Our eclectic music and entertainment programs include classical, jazz, literature, science, and the longest running children's radio programs in the country.

    • Moab, Utah

      KZMU is a grassroots, community radio station perched in the dramatic landscapes of Canyonlands and the Colorado Plateau. Our home is the small tourist town of Moab, Utah, more than 100 miles from the nearest city. For 24 years, KZMU has truly been an aural oasis in the desert airwaves of Southeastern Utah.Local volunteer DJs program our airwaves, along with a small part-time staff. Our public affairs programming includes coverage of local political meetings, local arts and humanities events as well as in depth interviews with community movers and shakers. We air Democracy Now, Alternative Radio Snap Judgement, Inflection Point, and a selection of regional productions. KZMU is also about music, all kinds of music, connecting community members to one another, to the wider world and having fun while we’re at it. We are the sound of wild Utah: we aren’t particularly polished, but you can be sure that whatever you hear will be spontaneous, fun and full of positive energy. Indeed, our mission statement is to “inform, engage, entertain and delight.”

    • Montclair, NJ

      The Voice of Montclair State is a student-operated station owned by Montclair State University. Format: Indie/ Alternative

    • Moscow, Idaho

      KRFP is a volunteer-driven, community radio station serving the Idaho-Washington Palouse region. Community members create their own programs, which can include free-form deejaying, specialty music shows and talk. Diverse programming from a great community!

    • Moscow, Idaho

      KUOI is a free format radio station that has been blessing the airwaves of Moscow, Idaho since 1945. We are in our 73th year and hope to double that! Thank you to all the loyal listeners who have stuck with us through the years and all of those that tune in around the world!

    • Mount Vernon, WA

      KSVR is committed to providing local voices and content, with entertainment, news, and information, for the Skagit Valley College Educational District #4, in both English and Spanish. KSVR provides opportunities for students and community volunteers to produce radio programming to reach local populations. It offers about 45% of its programs in Spanish.

    • New Britain, CT

      We are a diverse radio station with DJ's spinning Metal, RPM, Top 200, Urban and Alternative all day, every day.

    • Ocean City, MD

      Our station is primarily underwritten by Edinboro Early School, with Early Childhood Educational programming on weekday mornings. We feature an old time radio, family oriented, program format with music from the 1950-1960s, and locally produced programs.

    • Olympia, WA.

      KAOS Radio KAOS is a non-commercial community/college radio station broadcasting from the Evergreen State College in Olympia, WA. Tune in at 89.3 FM in the South Puget Sound or by webstream at www.kaosradio.org.

    • Orono, ME

      Open-format college radio station serving the University of Maine with the greatest in wonderful, weird, and worldly music as well as sports broadcasting and commentary.

    • Palmer, AK

      RFP broadcasts 24/7  and via a web stream that is accessible from a computer or from our smart phone app. Local programming includes in-depth local news, cultural events, education, music, sports, and other community events. A selection of unique national shows rounds out our programming. We are an all-volunteer station. Our special programming has included live daily broadcasts from the Alaska State Fair for the past three years. We stream and podcast the regular Mat-Su Borough Assembly, the Mat-Su School Board and the City of Palmer City Council meetings on the Internet.

    • Paonia/Montrose, CO

      KVNF is a community public radio station serving nearly 10,000 square miles of Western Colorado over the public airwaves, and the rest of the planet via www.KVNF.org

    • Payson, AZ

      99.7 FM KPJM-LP “THE BRIDGE” is a non-profit FM Radio Station in Payson, Arizona. Our mission is to provide anti-addiction and anti-abuse education to help keep our community’s children from entering into destructive behaviors, and to also help those who are caught in those traps and trying to find the way to get out.

    • Peach Springs, AZ

      The station broadcasts a variety of music and talk, including local language, culture and education, as well as national Native American content.The station broadcasts live from the Hualapai Indian Reservation which encompasses a million acres along 108 miles of the Colorado River Grand Canyon - Home of the Hualapai River Runners and the Grand Canyon West Skywalk. The Hwal`bay call this middle river corridor "Hakataya" or "the backbone of the river".

    • Phoenix, AZ

      Radio Phoenix™ is central Arizona’s community radio station. We were launched in 2008 as a program unit and media service of Arizona Community Media Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We use radio, media literacy, social media and community outreach initiatives as tools for building harmonious human relationships among populations within greater Phoenix who are generally not engaged by public radio.

    • Piedmont, South Carolina

      WXRU-LP mission is to produce and air segments that are relevant to our community. Just a few of the main important life issues that will be addressed include: job readiness, home ownership, financial wellness, entrepreneurship, and health and wellness awareness. It is our objective to empower our listeners with skills and knowledge that will improve the overall quality of health and life in People of Color and those of low wealth in our community

    • Port Townsend, WA

      Listener fueled and volunteer driven, KPTZ is the voice and soundtrack of the Northeastern Olympic Peninsula.

    • Portland, OR

      KBOO news and public affairs programming shall place an emphasis on providing a forum for unpopular, controversial, or neglected perspectives on important local, national, and international issues, reflecting KBOO’s values of peace, justice, democracy, human rights, multiculturalism, environmentalism, freedom of expression, and social change. - See more at: http://www.kboo.org/about-kboo#sthash.VnuzKbXV.dpuf

    • Portsmouth NH 03801

      Cutting edge radio for people who care! New Music & Emerging Artists. Specialty Music Shows - Live Performance - Public Affairs - Politics & Culture.

    • Provincetown/Orleans, Massachusetts

      Volunteer-driven, listener-supported community radio for Cape Cod and beyond.

    • Raleigh, North Carolina, U.S.

      WKNC 88.1 FM HD-1 is student-run non-commercial radio from NC State University. We pride ourselves on our alternative programming of indie rock, electronic, underground hip-hop and metal and have been consistently named among the best in the Triangle by Independent Weekly. Boasting 25,000 watts, WKNC can be heard throughout the Triangle and far beyond via our webcast. Our aim is to provide NCSU students with the knowledge needed for a career in the broadcast industry and listeners with music that doesn't suck.

    • Redding and Redbluff, California

      KFOI was born out of the greater community needs of a progressive station dedicated to authentic news and a commitment to future generations.

    • Reserve, WI

      An affiliate of National Public Radio and the National Federation of Community Broadcasters, WOJB presents the finest in national broadcast service via satellite. On the regional level, our news and public affairs programs give listeners up-to-date information crucial to survival and maintenance of quality rural living. Music programming is eclectic, including contemporary and traditional Native music, folk, blues, jazz, worldbeat, classic country and indie/underground. WOJB's live coverage of the American Birkebeiner Cross Country Ski Race is legendary!

    • Rhinelander, WI

      Independent Community Radio, serving North Central Wisconsin with 100,000 watts at 91.7 FM. Also heard on Lake Superior's South Shore at 100.9 FM Ironwood / Hurley, and in Central Wisconsin at 91.9 FM, WXPW, Wausau. The best of NPR with the local news, features, events, and music you love...all from people you know. WXPR. LOCAL. Public. Radio.

    • Salida, CO

      KHEN is a volunteer-supported community radio station and media platform committed to uniting our community through programming, outreach and education.

    • Salt Lake City

      Community Connection - Music Discovery

    • San Antonio, TX

      KRTU is a leader in commercial-free, listener-supported radio specializing in diverse music programming that is locally-curated...Music for Independent Listeners! 

    • San Antonio, TX

      KSYM is a student run radio station based out of San Antonio College. We broadcast on 90.1 FM to the city of San Antonio and online to the world. KSYM prides itself on being “Your Only Alternative” experience to commercial radio.

    • San Diego, CA

      KNSJ is a community radio station operating in the San Diego area on 89.1 MHz. It began airing on July 4, 2013. Content includes locally produced programs as well as news and information from the BBC and Pacifica Radio. Spanish-language programming airs from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.

    • San Francisco Bay Area

      KCSM-FM Jazz 91.1 - "The San Francisco Bay Area's Jazz Station" From Miles to Mehldau, Ella to Esperanza - Bop, Cool, Latin, Mainstream, Blues, Swing, Trad, World & Beyond. Handpicked by veteran announcers from the third largest jazz library in the USA, 24/7/365. Broadcast live from San Mateo in the San Francisco Bay Area. Real Jazz--All the time, commercial free!

    • San Marcos, TX

      KTSW 89.9 is the official radio station of Texas State University, broadcasting to San Marcos and the Interstate 35 corridor stretching from San Antonio to Austin. KTSW is a student run, college indie formatted station featuring music from all genres including, rock, hip-hop, electronic and more.

    • Santa Barbara, CA

      A noncommercial college and community station broadcasting 24/7 out of the University of California, Santa Barbara. We offer sounds you can hear nowhere else, ranging from an exciting and eclectic music lineup to diverse and cutting edge news and public affairs programming.

    • Santa Cruz, California

      KZSC (88.1 FM) is an adventuresome and eclectic radio station--astounding sounds from UC Santa Cruz.

    • Santa Fe, NM

      THIS IS OPEN-MINDED, UNINTIMIDATED PUBLIC RADIO. That's what we believe Public Radio should be. Especially here in Santa Fe, "The City Different." KSFR demonstrates this commitment 24 hours a day, with programs that reflect the independent, thoughtful perspectives of our own community, as well as those of other critical thinkers around the world. You'll hear opinions that don't toe the line, from all corners of an issue. Santa Fe Public Radio's insistence on diversity extends to the music we play. Nearly every musical genre is represented in the course of our broadcast week. We pay special attention to local New Mexico musicians whose talent often finds an appreciative audience among KSFR listeners. KSFR News covers Northern New Mexico with the largest radio news team in the capitol city. Reporting on the international scene, we count on our partner, BBC World Service, the largest independent news organization in the world.

    • Santa Fe/Albuquerque, NM

      Alternative radio from the University of New Mexico campus.

    • Santa Rosa, CA

      The first bilingual public radio station in the United States. Serving the peoples of eleven North Bay counties since 1973.

    • Sarasota, FL

      Sarasota's Own Community Radio

    • Seattle

      C89.5 is Seattle's Home for Dance, and the oldest dance station on the planet. Join us for a variety of programs highlighting genres of dance you might not find anywhere else!

    • Seattle, WA

      Student run college radio station for the University of Washington, Seattle

    • Sitka, AK

      Raven Radio is a non-commercial, community radio station operating out of Sitka, Alaska. We provide daily local news, and have an eclectic array of local programming provided by more than 50 volunteers a week!

    • South Orange, NJ

      We are Seton Hall's Pirate Radio station, bringing the best in metal, to New York, New Jersey, and the world!

    • St. Cloud, MN

      KVSC-FM offers a blend of progressive rock, jazz, folk, reggae, world, blues, Minnesota music, and much more. KVSC has a wide variety of news programming which includes coverage of University, local & state wide events.

    • Tacoma, WA

      Student run radio station at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA.

    • Talkeetna, Alaska

      KTNA's mission to provide a broad base of educational, cultural, and informative programming to enrich and connect the community in the Susitna Valley.

    • Telluride, CO

      "The Voice of Telluride" has been delivering News, Information and Music to listeners in Telluride Colorado and beyond since 1975. Non-commercial, non-underwritten, period.

    • Thief River Falls, MN

      Pioneer 90.1 is an independent community radio station broadcasting from Northland Community & Technical College in Thief River Falls and East Grand Forks, MN. Weekdays feature a hosted mix of new and classic Americana and Triple-A. Evenings and weekends feature unique volunteer-produced programming and syndicated programs.

    • Traverse City, MI

      WNMC is the community public radio service of Northwestern Michigan College in Traverse City, broadcasting great music from around the world and around the corner, including jazz, world music, alternative rock, blues , roots and more.

    • Troy NY

      Community radio for the NY Capital Region and beyond, from around the world to your back yard!

    • Tucson, AZ

      KXCI is an award-winning, non-profit and independent, community-based radio station located in the historic Armory Park in downtown Tucson, Arizona. KXCI has been broadcasting local and independent music in a terrestrial radio format since 1983. Connecting the communities of Tucson and Southern Arizona to each other and to the world with informative, engaging and creative community-based radio programming.Tune in at 91.3 KXCI Tucson, or listen on line at www.kxci.org.

    • Turner, OR

      KMUZ–FM is a community radio broadcaster (music, news, and talk) serving the mid-Willamette Valley. KMUZ is the voice for those not represented by commercial radio or other media. KMUZ broadcasts at 88.5 and 100.7 FM and streams at www.kmuz.org. KMUZ celebrates the people, culture and civic life of the mid-Willamette Valley.

    • Two Harbors, MN

      Two Harbors Community Radio provides low power listener-supported radio to build community in the greater Two Harbors area through inter-generational grassroots participation. Two Harbors Community Radio offers an open forum for all voices to be heard in an atmosphere of respectful inquiry into our shared social issues and respective cultural expressions and beliefs.

    • United States

      WCUW, 91.3 FM, is a non-commercial, community access radio station owned and operated by WCUW, Inc., an independent, educational corporation dedicated to the exploration and improvement of the communications media in the Central New England area. WCUW seeks to inform, entertain and enlighten. We seek to make a positive difference in the lives of the people of Central New England: - striving to involve those communities typically under-represented by the media in programming and operations; - providing responsible community members access to the facilities and training, regardless of race, creed, sex, life style, or age; - educating the community about local issues; - supporting local artists, activities and culture; - promoting awareness of global culture and issues; - fostering creative freedom and experimentation in the use of the communications media; - operating the station through participatory democracy; - and participating in the National Federation of Community Broadcasters.

    • Upper Hudson Valley, NY

      We are the only station in the country to dedicate significant airtime to radio as an artistic medium. Tune into transmission art and experimental sound programming overnight and on Saturdays, and hear artists from all over the world who sculpt and compose with the airwaves.

    • Viroqua, WI

      Community radio from the ground up!

    • Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii

      Tune in to Maui's leading non-commercial, 100% listener-supported, 100% volunteer-staffed radio station for a thoughtful, creative and eclectic mix of music. Old to new, roots to modern, local to global. All brought to you by knowledgeable hosts who want to share their passion for great music with you!

    • Warm Springs, Oregon

      KWSO is a non-commercial radio station owned & operated by the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs Oregon. We focus on sharing local news & information that people find useful. We play a variety of music. including a contemporary mix as well as "Talking Drum" powwow songs

    • Watkins Glen

      WRFI exists to inform and entertain and will always be community owned and operated, providing access to the airwaves and an opportunity to learn the craft of radio while serving the general well-being of its community. The station strives to cultivate and promote programs that share local and underrepresented perspectives in keeping with the following values: peace, justice, sustainability, freedom of expression, cultural diversity, integrity, joy.

    • Whitesburg, Kentucky

      WMMT is the non-commercial, community radio service of Appalshop, Inc., a not-for-profit multimedia arts center located in Whitesburg, KY. WMMT’s mission is to be a 24-hour voice of mountain people’s music, culture, and social issues, to provide broadcast space for creative expression and community involvement in making radio, and to be an active participant in discussion of public policy that will benefit coalfield communities and the Appalachian region as a whole.

    • Willimantic, CT

      WECS (90.1 FM) is a radio station based in Willimantic, Connecticut, on the campus of Eastern Connecticut State University.

    • Winter Park, FL

      WPRK is the Best in Basement Radio and Voice of Rollins College, broadcasting from the school since 1952.

    • Worcester, MA

      Jazz + for New England! WICN proudly brings you nearly 100 hours of locally- produced and hosted programs weekly - creative jazz programming all day and great American music genres evenings.

    • Ypsilanti

      Your community NPR station from Eastern Michigan University featuring jazz, news, and blues.