What's on KPOV this week?

The Point, Tuesday 8/30

Are your trees losing their leaves already? Are they changing 

The Writer’s Voice, Tuesday 8/30

Ted Rall talks about his new book, “Trump”. Then, new

The Radical Songbook, Friday 9/2

Celebrate Labor Day with songs of Solidarity on The Radical

Ultimate Oldies Show Friday 8/26 and Sunday 8/28

Groundhog Day! – The Ultimate Oldies Show with Mike Ficher.
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KPOV – High Desert Community Radio

Welcome to 88.9 KPOV! KPOV broadcasts from Bend, Oregon and reaches listeners throughout Deschutes County and into Crook County.  With over 40 locally produced programs and 70 hosts, KPOV is radio by the people and for the people.

Listener Supported and Volunteer Powered!

KPOV, 501 NW Bond St, Bend, OR 97703, 541-322-0863

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KPOV In Source “Best Of” Readers Poll

Source Best of Winner Icon 2016.cropThank you so much to everyone who voted for KPOV in the Best Radio Station in Central Oregon category in the Source Weekly’s 2016 “Best of Central Oregon” readers’ poll.  We were 2nd in the polling.

We are inspired by your confidence in KPOV as a great local radio station and pledge to keep bringing you high quality music, local news and affairs, and thoughtful dialogue on issues from local to global.

Community radio by the people and for the people of Central Oregon rocks on!

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KPOV’s Next DJ Training Class is September 24

Interested in learning all about community radio?  Thinking about becoming a DJ on KPOV?  Want to host Youth Radio Hour?Tris new production board cropped and reduced for web

KPOV’s spring DJ training class is coming up September 2.  It’s the first step!

You will learn everything from the history and law of community radio to hands on production and broadcast skills.  Click here for more information, and to register online now. Or you may sign up by phone by calling COCC at 541-383-7270. Read more for specific dates, times, and teen class info Read more ›

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Become a KPOV Talk-Show Host!

KPOV wants you to talk about it!  Microphone The issues and events important to Central Oregon that is

To expand and improve on “The Point” and other KPOV talk shows current and future, we will be offering a talk-show host training program that will begin September 24 with our DJ training class. There’s more about the DJ training class here and more about the talk-show training program and times and dates below. Read more ›

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Bend Roots Revival Is September 23-25. KPOV Will Broadcast!

Bend Roots LogoThe 10th annual Bend Roots Revival is coming this year September 23-25 on Shevlin Hixon Road near the Old Mill (same place as last year).

KPOV will be broadcasting from the main stages as we have done since the beginning. Stay tuned for more details, but save the dates.

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KPOV Will Broadcast from Bend Fall Festival

2106 Fall Festival logoContinuing our commitment to bring you the best in live local music, KPOV will be broadcasting from the KPOV Locals Only Stage at Fall Festival.

The festival is September 30 – October 2 in downtown Bend.

More details to come, but save the dates!

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KPOV Receives a Grant from Oregon Cultural Trust

KPOV is proud to announce that we have received a grant from the Oregon Cultural Trust to support an expansion of KPOVs signal and reach throughout Central Oregon in order to connect with new audiences and better serve existing listeners.  We are very grateful to the Oregon Cultural Trust for their support for KPOV and for arts and culture throughout the State of Oregon.

KPOV is honored to have the confidence of this venerable organization.  Thank you Oregon Cultural Trust!

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