Station News


August 5, 2014
Congratulations! Thank you KDNK members! We've reached our $65,000 goal on schedule again because of all you lovely listeners and participants. Our mission is to provide public access radio that connects community members to one another and the world. You are the connection!

Membership Drive is August 18-29

David Barsamian
David Barsamian

On Monday, August 18 at 7:30 pm we will screen the film, “The Last Waltz” at the Crystal Theater. Proceeds benefit KDNK.

On Thursday, August 21 at 7:30 we will host Carolyn Wonderland and her band at the Thunder River Theatre. Thunder River and KDNK want to give music lovers a chance to celebrate and dance to some spectacular, explosive music. Crews at Thunder River Theatre and KDNK are already polishing the dance floor and cooling down the refreshments. Admission $15 - $10 for KDNK members. Presented by KDNK and Thunder River Theatre.

Tuesday, August 26 DJ Billy Bob Speaks and Amy Moon will take your membership pledges, pour coffee and broadcast Billy Bob’s Revenge from Dos Gringos Burritos in Carbondale.

The news department will host David Barsamian of Alternative Radio at the new KDNK Broadcast Learning Center, 76 S. 2nd Street on Wednesday, August 27 at 7:30 pm. We invite you to be part of our interactive live studio broadcast.


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