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This holiday season you can air a personal message on KMUD
and receive a beautiful holiday card
with the custom messaging information of your choice
to present to that special someone.

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For a full-size brochure to print out, please click hereYou can also call the KMUD office and request a copy, or simply send all the information to KMUD with payment enclosed.

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For a full-size brochure to print out, please click here. You can also call the KMUD office and request a copy, or simply send all the information to KMUD with payment enclosed.

 

 

glass mug with KMUD logo

These mugs could be considered a collectors item; they were made when KMUE was still broadcasting on 88.3 FM, but otherwise they're good as new. Whether you're enjoying a cup of tea, coffee with or without milk, or you fill it with beer or juice, this cup will remind you that you are part of a great radio station.

In the Fall 2013 pledge drive, all new members are eligible for one of these mugs. We would prefer if you could pick up the mug at the station, so we could save on shipping cost.

 Rug detail

Every call and pledge, also online, will be entered into a raffle for this beautiful rug, donated by Himalayan Rug Tradersand the drawing will be held Wednesday night (November 20). 

It's the Bluegrass Country!
Ken Jorgensen will be hosting his show this Tuesday morning, starting at 10, and we may get a visit from The Band of Heathens. Be sure to tune in!
Ken Jorgensen

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Get this CC Solar Observer wind-up radio with a $120 donation (or membership).

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Get this portable HD and FM radio with a $150 donation (or membership).

The HD2 channels of KMUD, KMUE, and K258BQ currently carry programming from the World Radio Network, on the web at wrn.org. 

Please note that as of March 29 all times in the schedule below are minus one hour. This is due to the change to summer time in Europe and the U.K. on March 29, and WRN appears to follow that change. An updated schedule is forthcoming shortly.

WRN English North America - B14 Schedule - Effective January 1st, 2015                                     Download an easy to read printable schedule
revised for Daylight Saving Time starting March 8, 2015

MIDNIGHT Deutsche Welle
1:00 Polish Radio External Service
2:00 KBS World Radio (Korea)
3:00 Radio France International
4:00 Deutsche Welle
5:00 NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
5:30 Radio Slovakia International
6:00 KBS World Radio (Korea)
7:00 Polish Radio External Service
8:00 Radio Sweden (Mon-Fri)
         Radio New Zealand Int’l: Dateline Pacific (Sat)
         Radio Guangdong: Guangdong Today (Sun)
8:30 Radio Prague
9:00 Deutsche Welle
10:00 Radio New Zealand International: Korero Pacifica (Mon-Fri)
         Swissinfo (Sat)
         Swissinfo (Sun)
10:15 Vatican Radio
10:30 Radio Prague (Mon-Fri)
         Radio Guangdong: Guangdong Today (Sat)
         Banns Radio International: Copenhagen Calling (Sun)
11:00 Radio Sweden (Mon-Fri)
         PCJ Radio International: Media Network Plus (Sat)
         Radio Guangdong: Guangdong Today (Sun)
11:30 Radio Slovakia International (Mon-Fri)
         Glenn Hauser's World of Radio (Sat)
         PCJ Radio International: Media Network Plus (Sun)
NOON Polish Radio External Service
13:00 Deutsche Welle
14:00 KBS World Radio (Korea)
15:00 Radio Prague
15:30 Radio Slovakia International
16:00 Polish Radio External Service
17:00 Radio Sweden (Tue-Sat)
         Banns Radio International: Copenhagen Calling (Sun)
         Radio New Zealand Int’l: Dateline Pacific (Mon)
17:30 Israel Radio
17:45 Vatican Radio
18:00 Radio Prague
18:30 Radio Slovakia International
19:00 Radio New Zealand International: Korero Pacifica (Tue-Sat)
Radio New Zealand Int’l: Dateline Pacific (Sun)
Radio Guangdong: Guangdong Today (Mon)
19:15 Israel Radio (Tue-Sat)
19:30 Radio Sweden (Tue-Sat)
         Radio Guangdong: Guangdong Today (Sun)
         Glenn Hauser's World of Radio (Mon)
20:00 KBS World Radio (Korea)
21:00 Polish Radio External Service
22:00 NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN
22:30 Israel Radio
22:45 Radio New Zealand International: Korero Pacifica (Tue-Sat)
         Swissinfo (Sun)
         Swissinfo (Mon)
23:00 Radio France International

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KMUD and the Mateel Community Center present the 2013 Halloween Boogie!
Costume Party, Costume Contest, and Rock Extravaganza... however you prefer to charactarize the yearly Boogie, it's one of the most rockin' parties of the year!
This year's Boogie will feature the following incredibly talented bands:
Heavyweight Dub Champion, Ganga Giri and Band, and El Radio Fantastique. Dr. Israel will be the evening's MC!

Saturday, October, 26th, 2013
Mateel Community Center
Tickets: Advanced $27 / At the Door $30 / $2 off for MCC and KMUD members

Foster Farms logoUSDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing a public health alert due to concerns that illness caused by strains of Salmonella Heidelberg are associated with raw chicken products produced by Foster Farms at three facilities in California.

Minutes
Redwood Community Radio Board of Directors
May 21, 2013 -- 4 pm
Healy Senior Center, 456 Briceland Road, Redway
Call to Order: Meeting Ground Rules and Opening Comments from President
Roll Call: Siena Klein, Vice President, Member's Rep; Julia Minton, Treasurer, Members' Rep; Noel Soucy, Secretary, Programmers' Rep; Jordan Jumpshot, Programmers' Rep; Nella White, Members' Rep; Marcy Stein, Programmers' Rep; ex officio member: Jeanette Todd, Station Manager.
Not present: Antonia Lamb, board-elected; Suzanne Beers, President, Board-elected.
Also present: Jama Chaplin, Maria Savage, Rohn Jennings, Simon Frech, Behr, Christine Doyka, Bob Stern.
Approval of Minutes: April- Nella moves to approve the Minutes. Julia seconds. Minutes approved with a friendly amendment. Unanimous.
Approval of Agenda: Julia moves to approve the Agenda. Marcy seconds. Agenda approved unanimously.
Open Time: Speakers will be assigned an amount of time not to exceed 5 minutes
Jama Chaplin- Jama wants to urge Maria to say something. Last time she brought up the by-laws to the Board that call for equal access to the airwaves. Kerry wants to put out the word for a volunteer or two to make coffee. Our PSA policy suggests that people who can use PSAs are non-profits, and people that have a personal emergency. The PSA pollcy needs to be revised to say that the non-profits do not have to be incorporated.
Siena-Thank you.
Rohn Jennings- Rohn wants to see the contract with CPB regarding the transmitters. He heard that All Sides Now was used for a list of thank yous to an event, and he was wondering if that was true.
Siena- Thank you.
Maria Savage- Maria is interested in being on the Board. Jama was the one who suggested it to her. She is currently a volunteer and helps with stories on the news. She loves the station, and has lived here for 30 years. Her background is in newspapers and magazines. She is a liberal supporter of everything. She doesn't know if she is qualified to be on the Board, but she is here to listen today. She feels like KMUD is the most welcoming and inclusive of all the organizations she has worked with, and she says thank you.
Siena-Thank you.
Signal Quality Report
Simon is working on the problems with signal quality. He may have to hire expert advise to work out the remaining bugs.
Management Report (See written report in public file.)
Discussion/Questions for Management Julia reported that a goal is to have DonorSnap ready to go in time to enter pledges directly into computer(s) during the August special Pledge Drive.
Jeanette reported that she had asked eight contractors to do the ADA project (including handicapped parking place), with no luck.

Consent Calendar
A. Vacation Pay- Second Reading- The second paragraph of Policy 5.4.7.1, Vacations, is revised to read: "Vacations pay, or payouts of accrued vacation time, will be based on the employee's current pay rate." This is the second of two Board considerations of this policy change. Julia moves to approve, Marcy seconds. Unanimously approved.
Treasurer's Report (See writen report in public file)
Unfinished Business
A. Revisions to Compliance Calendar- We have made a lot of revisions to the Compliance Calendar, and we need to provisionally approve it until more information is added. Noel moves to approve the Compliance Calendar, draft dated 5/13/13, provisionally until the insurance details are added. Nella seconds. Unanimously approved.
B. Technology Proposal- Noel moves to table. Marcy seconds. Unanimous.
C. Board Recruitment- Nella moves to appoint the two Board-elected seats at the August meeting. Marcy seconds. Four in favor, with one abstaining (Julia).
New Business
A. Standards of Conduct Policy Proposal- Marcy moves that we accept the Standards of Policy Proposal, draft dated 5/17/13, with Nella seconding. Unanimous approved.
Reports
A. Programmers' Reps- There will be a Programmers and Volunteers Meeting on 8th June at 1 PM, where we will have a forum about the open Programmer's Rep seat, among other topics. Agenda TBA.
B. Members' Reps
C. Advisory Boards (CAB's)
D. Correspondence Secretaries
Other Committee Reports
A. Development, including Pledge Drive Subcommittee
B. Mediation
C. Policy (See written report in public file.)
D. Website (See written report in public file.)
E. Elections
F. Transition
Scheduling -- proposed meeting times are:
A. Annual Membership Meeting, June 25, 4 pm, Healy Senior Center
B. Board of Directors: June 25, following Annual Meeting, Healy Senior Center
C. Executive Committee: Monday, 10 June, 4 pm, Studio B
D. Finance Committee: Tuesday, 18 June, 3 pm, KMUD
E. Development Committee: 1st Monday, 3 June, 3 pm, KMUD
F. Policy Committee: 10 June, 12 pm, KMUD
G. Transition Committee- TBD
H. Website Committee: 2nd Tuesday, 11 June, 10 am, KMUD
I. Mediation Committee- June TBA
J. Strategic Planning Working Group- July TBA
K. Next Board/ Staff Meeting- August TBD

Minutes respectfully submitted by Noel Soucy, RCR Board Secretary, on August 27, 2013

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Our Mission and Vision

Vision Statement: Redwood Community Radio envisions a community of listeners who, guided by example of RCR programming, work together to create better, more just and sustainable world systems to ensure that all human and other living species on earth move toward higher quality of life and are able to survive the challenges in the times ahead.

Mission Statement: Redwood Community Radio will encourage a communication center of open airways (KMUD) for all voices to inform, educate, entertain and inspire the listening community through quality programming.

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