I hope everyone is staying nice and warm out there in radio land!
Whether you're hunkering down next to the fire or stumbling around with your phone light, I know all of you are keeping your spirits high and helping one another.
I'm typing this blog update between blackouts. Our backup generator is working, however, the generator at the tower is waiting to be wired. So we did experience some dead air today.
We're grateful to everyone who helped install our backup system here at KXCJ LP. Our community is growing more resilient with everything that gets thrown at us and the same can be said about our little radio station.
We're premiering a new musical/montage show on Monday. "Saffron Walls with Selector Shu" airs from 2-4pm! Check it out!
There's a snow storm of fresh, creative content coming soon to help us all coast through this dark winter. Radio dramas, stories, a choose-your-own-advernture game show perhaps?
Thanks for staying tuned and thanks for your patience as we build up our infrastructure! Your ongoing support is always appreciated.
Get cozy next to that radio.
Greetings and salutations random Blog readers!
And a happy 2021 from all of us here at KXCJ LP!
Our long awaited STL switch process is still underway. We've been prepping, conference-calling, updating diagrams and ordering gear to get our Emergency Broadcast System up and running with a signal that will sustain itself through power and network outages. We're so close, I can taste it.
We've got a list of long-term projects here at the station, but some will have to wait until its 'safe' to have gatherings and fund raisers.
In the meantime, tune in, drop out and donate to KXCJ if you can! Every little bit helps keep us on the air. Also, T-shirts are for sale at the station, so stop by if you'd like to buy one! kxcj.org/donate
We're also always looking for more volunteers! Right now, we could use a webmaster to eventually handle our new website.
Special thanks to our awesome DJ's, board members and volunteers!
Stay classy and let thy cup runneth over.