Sunday, September 27, 2009


OK you ham-and-eggers, KSFR, Santa Fe Public Radio, is in the middle of our fall fund drive and it's about time you forked it over.

I know these are difficult financial times for a lot of us, but we have to keep KSFR afloat.

In case you didn't know, I produce two shows on KSFR, The Santa Fe Opry on Friday nights (starts 10 pm Mountain Time) and Terrell's Sound World same time on Sunday night. (My podcast, The Big Enchilada, isn't directly affiliated with KSFR, but the music on the podcasts is the same type of stuff I play on my shows.)

KSFR is a public station is a public station which means we aren't supported by advertising. We're supported by our listeners and our underwriters. (If your business would like to consider underwriting CHECK THIS PAGE.)

Being a public station also means its locally controlled. Our music shows don't follow playlists created by out of state marketers. Local people like we play the music we want. Check out the great shows KSFR officers on our program guide.

But like I said at the beginning of this post, it's time to fork it over! You can pledge online or during daytime hours you can call 428-1393. If you're out of the Santa Fe area, there's a toll-free pledge number, 1-800-907-5737. I'll be on the air tonight at 10 pm, so I'll be happy to personally take your pledge at 505-428-1382.

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