Your local community radio station is 10 years old! KPTZ is hosting an on-air celebration Thursday, May 13 through Wednesday, May 19. We’re looking back on a decade of achievements and talking about What’s Next for the station. This is a pivotal moment for KPTZ, as we embark now on our relocation to KPTZ’s new studios at Fort Worden’s Makers Square, to be complete later this year.
Thanks to generous donors, including our own KPTZ DJs, who contributed to a pool of matching funds, all new donations during What’s Next week are being matched, essentially doubling each and every donation! Our goal is to raise $50,000 to fund the station’s budgetary needs, stay tuned and we’ll update on progress!
We’ll be asking for your support throughout the week. Please help us continue and expand what we do best—RADIO! Everyone who donates to KPTZ will receive a sticker with our new logo. Also, Pane D’Amore is offering their much appreciated and sought after prize: A Loaf of Bread Every Week for a year! All What’s Next week donors are eligible, online donors will be entered automatically. All listeners can email email@example.com to enter. The winner will be announced on Thursday May 20th.
KPTZ thanks our special anniversary programming sponsors as we build community together, through lasting connections:
Port Townsend Garden Center
Power Trip Energy
Rainshadow Recording Studio
San Juan Villa
The Whidbey Island Naval Air Station Growler
Draft Environmental Impact Statement
Is Now Available for Public Review.
Members of the Public are encouraged
to attend upcoming meetings and give comments on
December 5 from 3-6 pm at the Fort Worden USO Hall.
For more information go to CitizensOfEbeysReserve.com.
KPTZ is covering the ongoing Standing Rock protest.
Listen Monday, Nov. 7 at 5 pm when Al Bergstein interviews PT residents
who recently traveled there to witness what’s happening.
Listen to the recent Compass podcast recorded by Steve Evans, first aired on October 31.
Listen to recordings from the live KPTZ Broadcast on Friday, September 23
from 5-7pm at the corner of Taylor and Washington
where Larry Stein, Marcia Perlstein and Cris Wilson interviewed
many of the special guests arriving to talk about their new films.
You can also listen to the earlier Everybody Can podcast of
KPTZ interviews with Film Fest presenters
KPTZ is a Proud Sponsor of the Port Townsend Film Festival
Listen to the live KPTZ Broadcast on Saturday, September 10, noon to 2 pm, at Point Hudson where Steve Evans and Phil Andrus interview many of the fascinating people involved in this year’s Wooden Boat Festival.