Sponsors — Local businesses are needed to help underwrite KSVU programming! If you have an idea for a show on KSVU that you want to underwrite, let’s talk! We can co-create a professional show for broadcast on our station and perhaps other community stations.
Membership — Buy a membership! You can make a one time donation or be a sustaining member by giving a little each month. Here’s how:
Volunteers — Make history and host a program on KSVU! We’re looking for volunteers interested in news, information, and music programs. We also need people to help with membership drives, fundraising events, attend community events and staff information tables.
Come and be a part of the station. It belongs to all of us here in this community!
Watch Christie Fairchild’s presentation to the County Commissioners on August 7, 2017 on why KSVU needs support from listeners and businesses in order to stay on the air! Click on item VII – c.) 2:30-3:00 for the relevant video.
Want to get your message out to the KSVU listening audience? Become an underwriter.
An alternative to advertising, identify your business, products and/or services as supporters of community radio programs on KSVR. Underwriting puts your enterprise in touch with our educated, dynamic audience.
Underwriting acknowledgements are concise and gimmick-free, linking your business with a high-quality image of commercial-free radio in the community interest.
Put your business in the spotlight with a strong, well-defined market segment of alternative radio listeners, at rates far below those of other promotions. As low as $5 per mention!
Reach an audience that matters:
You can position your acknowledgements near a specific program or talk show.
Support programming you enjoy:
Identify your business with a particular style of music or personality found only on KSVU.
Contact Station Manager Catherine Thuline for more information: email@example.com
Here are our fine underwriters. Please patronize these local businesses and organizations who recognize the importance of community radio by supporting KSVU.
Annie’s Pizza Station – Website
Albert’s Red Apple Market – Website
Upper Skagit Library Foundation – Website
Concrete Chamber of Commerce – Website
Concrete Theatre – Website
Concrete Herald – Website
Port of Skagit – Website
5bs Bakery – Website
Concrete Saturday Market – Website