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Lots to Listen To! Upcoming Programming Specials

There is always a lot going on under the roof here at KBOO, and sometimes it's hard to know what's happening! Here are a few highlights I'm looking forward to in the next few weeks: Monday Feb 4th Fortunato will be hosting the Three Ring Circus that is the Monday Sampler! B... Read more

A Baker's Dozen Rockin' New Years Show

 HEY THERE- - - - DON'T PASS OUT YET! (or somewhat more sadly-"go to sleep"!?!)...  Tune in to KBOO right now because it's time for  "A Baker's Dozen Rockin' New Years Show" That's right -  on The Vinyl Pajama Party - on this, the First Morning, of the First Day,of the first ... Read more

Programming Volunteer Spotlight: DON MERRILL

Don Merrill is a relatively new volunteer here at KBOO, and has been on the air mostly as a news reporter. However, he’s also taken it upon himself to do a web only show called “The Talk”, where he interviews some of the more famous people who request air time on KBOO, as w... Read more

5th Monday Labor Radio Election Special! 3rd Party Alternatives!

  Checkout Voices in Action, Human Rights on Film! by sponsored by KBOO and The Portland Alliance On October 29, 2012, Fifth Monday Labor Radio on KBOO will have an hour lo... Read more

Annual All Programmers Meeting THIS SATURDAY 1pm at the Musician's Union Hall

A PROGRAMMERS MEETING. The Strategic Plan asks us to meet yearly... This year, we will gather on SEPTEMBER 22ND from 1-3pm at the Musicians Union Hall, 325 NE 20th, Portland, (just south of Sandy Blvd.)  Topics include going over the new Programmer Rights and Responsibilities... Read more

New hosts join Yiddish Hour

 From Portland's Jewish Review: Portland’s Yiddish Hour has three new co-hosts—Ed Kraus, Liz Schwartz and Barry Lavine. Yiddish Hour airs on KBOO 90.7 FM radio every Sunday from 10 to 11 a.m. Launched in 1979 by Jack Falk, the show has brought Jewish music and culture to P... Read more

Remembering Mary Catherine Lamb

Mary Catherine Lamb died Aug. 15, 2009. She was a pioneer of women’s programming on KBOO. From the mid-’70s to the mid-’80s she had a bi-weekly program, first called “Women Reading Women’s Writings” and later “Women’s Voice,” on which she read diverse fiction and nonfictio... Read more

Remembering Jim Braun

We are saddened by the sudden loss of long-time friend and volunteer Jim Braun, 79, who passed away August 24, after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage from a bad fall. Jim was a native of Portland and was dedicated to community radio. He was not on the air very often but you... Read more

New Evening Schedule!

KBOO is making changes to our evening lineup, starting November 3rd. We are adding new rock, hip hop, and world music shows, opening time for guest programmers, and adding more public affairs in the evening from an African American perspective. Several shows are going off t... Read more