Today marks the 25th anniversary of KUAF News Director Kyle Kellams hosting the locally-produced, news magazine Ozarks at Large. March 10, 1990, was the first day Kyle took the helm of the now iconic show.
Tune in today at noon and 7 p.m. to hear a special anniversary edition of the program, featuring special moments from the last two decades.
Also, Antoinette and Christina turn the microphone around and interview Kyle about his experience over the last 25 years.
Happy anniversary Kyle! What are some of your favorite memories of OAL over the past 25 years?
Join us TONIGHT as we continue to celebrate our 30th Anniversary as an NPR station with the first Pubs & Public Radio event of the year!
This evening, KUAF is hosting a Member Meet-Up and Release Party for The Idle Class Magazine, a magazine celebrating the arts in Arkansas. The Meet-Up will be at Two25 Gallery on Main Street from 5-7 p.m.
Locally produced program, Sunday Night Service, will begin airing on the FM signal of KUAF on April 5. Produced by the Artist Laboratory Theatre and recorded live at Maxine's Tap Room in downtown Fayetteville, the half-hour variety program has been on KUAF 3, an HD signal of talk and news, for about six months. The program has two different formats - "Singled Out", an interview and performance of a band of musicians and the "All You Need to Know Show," a variety program focusing on one topic with storytelling and live music.
Beginning tomorrow morning, the way NPR times the segments of Morning Edition is about to change slightly. You’ll hear national newscasts in three parts of the hour in Morning Edition instead of two beginning Monday, November 17. Slighter changes are planned for All Things Considered, too.
Did you know that every public radio program has a clock? Broadcast clocks are set templates that stations like ours use to track the timing of a show's stories and interviews, newscasts, and funding credits each day.
KUAF 91.3 FM, the local NPR affiliate, will wrap up its short winter on-air fundraiser, today, Dec. 12th at 7 p.m. This is the second winter on-air fundraiser the station has held. Last year's winter fundraiser was also four days and raised $65,000 of the $66,000 goal.
KUAF is looking to raise $75,000 during this year's winter fundraiser.
Support KUAF by calling 575-5823, 1-800-522-5823, or donate on line at supportkuaf.com. Thank you!
It's almost time for the Best of the Year lists and we want to know YOUR favorite songs of 2014!
Add your favorite song to our KUAF Best of 2014 playlist. Then join us on Monday, November 10th at Maxine's Tap Room in downtown Fayetteville, from 7-9pm, as Kyle Kellams, Katy Henriksen and others talk about the list and their favorites.
We'll have drinks, listen to the entire playlist and give away some free stuff too!