KPCW's Community Advisory Board consists of current KPCW members who broadly represent the communities served by the station.

Current Members:

  • Jorge Rodriguez, Chair
  • Roger Crawford, Vice-chair
  • Kevin Kotzian, Secretary
  • Beth Armstrong, Liaison from the Board of Trustees
  • Colin DeFord
  • Dave Nicholls
  • Alex Natt
  • Rena Jordan
  • Lisa Allison
  • Andy Miller
  • Catherine Cimos
  • Katie Mullaly
  • Diego Zegarra

What does the Community Advisory Board do?

Thank you to the following businesses for sponsoring programming on Park City's community radio station, KPCW:

STATS FOR KPCW RADIO STATION & WEBSITE

KPCW listeners are highly affluent with more than 48% having a household income over $100K. More than 73% of locals tune in to KPCW, and they are educated, active and loyal.

EDUCATED LISTENERS:

  • College Graduates                                                  62%
  • Postgraduate/Professional Degree                 25%

HIGH-INCOME HOUSEHOLDS

  • $100,000+/year                                                     48%
  • $ 50,000-$100K/year                                         29%

GENDER OF NPR LISTENERS

KPCW IS ALWAYS LOOKING FOR DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS

KPCW has many volunteer opportunities throughout the year. Here are some of our most urgent needs:

Marketing & Public Outreach

KPCW is has multiple events and programs it promotes throughout the year, and lordy, we could use some help:

Charles is a radio reporter, story teller, Excel ninja, database grasshopper, and loves to FOIL records. He's worked for NPR, Deutche Welle, Radio Netherlands, Soundprint, Penthouse, the Religion News Service, and the Catholic World Report.  He's won three SPJ Public Service Awards, a National Murrow, and was a finalist for the Livingston Award for Young Journalists.  He once did 3Gs in a stunt plane, ran the Tough Mudder, and dove 40 meters on a single breath.  Charles is extraordinarily friendly so don't hesitate to contact.

The Two-Way
5:05 pm
Tue July 2, 2013

Wildfire Season So Far: Tragic, Destructive And Below Average

Originally published on Wed July 3, 2013 7:13 am

It may seem like wildfire Armageddon out there, given the tragic deaths of 24 wildland firefighters this year, more than 800 homes and businesses burned to the ground, nearly 1.6 million acres scorched and over 23,000 blazes requiring suppression.

But as dramatic as it's been, the 2013 wildfire season has yet to kick into high gear.

"We have seen, overall, less fire activity so far this year," says Randy Eardley, a spokesman at the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise, Idaho.

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The Two-Way
4:47 pm
Tue July 2, 2013

Clapper Apologizes For Answer On NSA's Data Collection

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has apologized for a "clearly erroneous" response to a question about surveillance on Americans. The question was asked before the Senate Intelligence Committee in March.
Susan Walsh AP

After telling Congress that the National Security Agency does not collect data on millions of Americans, National Intelligence Director James Clapper has issued an apology, telling Senate Intelligence Committee Chairwoman Dianne Feinstein that his statement was "clearly erroneous."

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It's All Politics
4:36 pm
Tue July 2, 2013

Gov. Rick Perry Will Keep Texas Guessing. Until Monday

Texas Gov. Rick Perry addresses the Conservative Political Action Committee in February 2012.
Mandel Ngan AFP/Getty Images

Will he or won't he?

The Texas political class has been abuzz this week about more than just Democratic state Sen. Wendy Davis' abortion bill filibuster-heard-round-the-nation.

The other occupying parlor game: Whether three-term Republican Gov. Rick Perry intends to seek an unprecedented fourth full term.

CNN and other news organizations reported Tuesday afternoon that Perry, a failed 2012 GOP presidential candidate, plans an announcement Monday about his "exciting future plans."

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ISDN services are available for use year-round in Park City, Utah at the KPCW studios. During the Sundance Film Festival, KPCW becomes the feed point to radio around the world. BBC, CrocMedia (Australian radio) and others use KPCW studio to broadcast their message home. If your company is interested in using our facilities, please contact Jan Williams at (435)  649-9004 x306.

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