KPCW is building its volunteer program for projects and programs off the air. We are looking for responsible, detail-oriented, computer-savvy local news fans to join our team. Time commitment is about two to three hours a week. Which hours you're here are flexible. For more information, or to sign up, contact Monika at email@example.com or fill out the volunteer application with the online PSA.
A community day coming up Friday will benefit KPCW Radio and usher in the Sundance Film Festival with a live broadcast of The Sundance Reel with KPCW's This Green Earth's hosts Chris Cherniak and Nell Larson. Lynn Ware Peek has more.
KPCW has the live broadcast of The Splendid Table's 'Turkey Confidential' for you, starting at 9 AM, followed by a special program, Giving Thanks. And as holiday tradition dictates, Volunteer DJ Paul Askins will play Arlo Guthrie's Alice's Restaurant right after NPR's news headlines at noon.
We are immensely thankful for all our listeners and supporters this past year. Happy Turkey Day and have a safe and fun long weekend!
KPCW Radio has completed a significant upgrade to its signal at 88.1 FM that has noticeably improved the listening experience of our core listeners in Summit and Wasatch counties.
KPCW operates on two FM frequencies: 91.9 FM, broadcasting from a tower on top of Quarry Mountain just north of Park City, and 88.1 FM, originating on a tower on top of Lewis Peak which is the dominant peak visible to the northeast from the Snyderville Basin.
KPCW in Park City was honored Thursday night, September 11 in Indianapolis as one of America’s top five noncommercial radio stations. Park City’s community radio station was among an elite group of public stations honored with a nomination for the Marconi Award, the radio industry’s highest honor for overall excellence in broadcasting.
“It was an honor to be included in the list of great American radio stations,” KPCW General Manager Larry Warren said. “I couldn’t be more proud of the staff and volunteers who create great radio for the citizens of the Wasatch Back.”