Dining On Airis a fun and easy way to reach out to your friends and introduce them to the station. Sign up to be a Dinner Host on March 27th. Invite your friends over for dinner, plan a fun menu, and listen to DJ Barney Burkeplay some eclectic dining tunes. He’ll also mention what dishes hosts are serving and take song requests. At the end of dinner, ask your friends to become members. It’s easy and fun! KPTZ will give all dinner hosts a bountiful Gift Basket of goodies and provide your friends with KPTZ mugs. Contactmolly@kptz.org to sign up.
Submitted by Nora Petrich on Tue, 2015-02-24 15:15
Wed 2/25 - 11am -- Special visit from great friends of KPTZ, and Port Townsend.....MOLLIE O'BRIEN & RICH MOORE
They'll visit with Tim Quackenbush, in preparation for their Key City Cabaret performance Wed night at 7:30pm. Then they're headed to Wintergrass this weekend, in Bellevue. They've been involved in a lot of new music..... always a delight to host them. KPTZ 91.9fm stream: www.kptz.org
This week, UNDER THE RAINBOW, Marcia Perlstein talks with Mary Yu, WA Supreme Court Justice and her partner Aline Flower, Counsel for Gates Foundation. Mary Yu is the first openly Gay Supreme Court Justice, and the first Asian and Latino on the court. Airdates: Tues 12:35pm, Wed 5:35pm, next Monday 2/16 - 5 pm. and on our podcast page.
Submitted by Nora Petrich on Mon, 2015-02-09 09:45
This Week on KPTZ Compass - a report from the Brinnon area - Brinnon Fire Department Lt Curtis Leitner and Dosewallips State Park Ranger Douglas Hinton talk about the damage wrought by the warm winter storm that brought nine inches of rain to the Olympic Mountains, and flooded local rivers.
KPTZ Compass on Monday at noon, Tuesday @ 5pm, Wed @ 10am, Sat noon
Want to get involved with your community radio station? Consider joining either our Advancement or Creative Writing Team. Here's everything you need to know:
Advancement Team: We are seeking a diverse group of people who wish to support KPTZ by giving of their time and talent. Our vision is to see a team come together that represents our community – from those working in a business, or staying at home, to those who are retired, all ages welcome.
Our objective is to engage and involve donors in activities throughout the year that will strengthen their connection to KPTZ and which will result in donors increasing the size of their gifts.
What is the time commitment required? To be successful in our objective, team members should commit to being on the team for one year. We will have weekly meetings as a group, and individual assignments for engagement activities. This is a new team concept for KPTZ – so we’ll work out the details together as we forge ahead.
What are skills we seek? You have an outgoing personality and like to meet people and converse with them. Willing to be a host for station tours and and arrange interview sessions with board members. Enjoy doing research, and uncovering data that will help us identify donor profiles. You have writing talent and good organizational skills. Not all team members need to have all skills, as we can divide up the tasks to suit the people on the team. If you have a desire to help KPTZ grow and serve our community, please consider joining this team.
Examples of Tasks: Review donor list, research and identify donor profiles, and put together list of potential large donors for cultivation.
Host tours of KPTZ station, and introduce Board Member and DJ’s. Facilitate discussion around history of station, type of programming, involvement with community. Find out from donor why station is important, what value the donor places on KPTZ.
Create a “Welcome New Member” packet and send to all members.
Coordinate and facilitate a “Care & Contact” Roundtable Luncheon. Members invited to give their thoughts on what are highest needs of our community. We will compile their input to use in our decision for choosing next year’s partner non-profit organizations.
Write up highlights of partnership with non-profit organizations and ways for our donors to get involved.
KPTZ is also seeking individuals to join our Creative Writing Team
If you would like to hone your skills in writing, editing and publishing a variety of marketing materials and fundraising brochures, here is the opportunity not to miss. Here is just an example of the kinds of printed materials you can create:
Monthly newsletter for our members that will include interviews with DJ’s and Show Hosts, interviews with non-profit organizations to highlight their services to our community, emergency preparedness tips, profiles of Volunteers at the station, and other creative stories about the “behind-the-scenes” goings on of a community
Pre-Campaign letters that are mailed out before our on-the-air fundraising drives
Press Releases for events and news that occurs throughout the year.
Radio Port Townsend KPTZ 91.9 FM
P.O. Box 2091 Port Townsend, WA 98368 email@example.com (360) 379-6886
Radio Port Townsend is a Washington State licensed non-profit organization with 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status.