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Underwriters in the WWtop200

These community businesses support KBOO through underwriting. This month, they're contenders in the Willamette Week's "Best of Portland" poll! You can vote for them here until June 30th: http://bitly.com/top200ww. If you use Twitter, let the world know that you voted with t... Read more

People's Food Co-op

Open daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. People's Food Co-op is a community-owned, values-driven natural foods cooperative market, for almost 50 years. Featuring farm-direct organic produce from more than 30 local farms, bulk foods, and a farmers' market every Wednesday, year rou... Read more

Skyway Bar & Grill

Roadhouse-style NW BBQ place with a “lick your plate clean” a la cart menu from Chef Jason Hornor. Menu features an Oregon spin–recipes that highlight the bounty of fresh meats that they smoke and cure in-house and combine with local foods of the great Pacific NW. Handmade ... Read more

NPR's Underwriting Woes

 An interesting article on NPR's flattening growth curve.  Hmmm, methinks people around the world have many more media choices than they once did; crisis or opportunity? www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/npr-sees-sharp-downturn-in-advertising-revenue-leading-to-talk-of-... Read more

Advertise at KBOO.fm

KBOO.fm proudly announces the launch of our online advertising program. Now you can reach our online visitors at our home page, which is reaching nearly 100,000 every month, as well as on all of our other pages. Whether they’re searching for hiphop or hillbilly, feminist o... Read more

Research proves underwriting works

 WBUR finds ROI for stores in underwriting Published in Current, Aug. 29, 2011 By Karen Everhart Looking to expand the pool of companies that place underwriting spots on public radio stations, Boston’s WBUR unveiled results from its first-ever study demonstrating that sponso... Read more

Support KBOO Sponsors

Sponsors You Can Believe In Don't forget that every day, progressive businesses and organizations support the KBOO programming you love through underwriting.  Our underwriters are lovers of KBOO just like you:  They support public access to public airwaves, the recruitment... Read more

A Bleak Budget Outlook for Public Broadcasters

Here's an article from the New York Times about how public broadcasters are facing ever-shrinking revenue sources.  KBOO is grateful for its members, and in my department we extend additional thanks to our program underwriters.  If you would like to promote your work while ... Read more

Holiday Shopping

Esteemed KBOO listeners, If you decide to go shopping for friends or family this holiday season, please consider patronizing KBOO underwriters as a way of saying thank you for supporting the real voices and real radio upon which you rely. You can see a list of KBOO sponsors ... Read more

KBOO sets the standard for integrity in underwriting.

Here’s a story from “Marketplace” with some interesting discussion on the effects of corporate underwriting on noncommercial programming integrity and the importance of a firewall between programming and underwriting. I always take so much pride in pointing out that KBOO has... Read more