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Paula Poundstone’s laugh riot at the Community Concert Hall
February 15, 2012, 10:11 pm
Filed under: KSUT event picks, KSUT happenings, KSUT news

Paula Poundstone had over six hundred friends of KSUT holding their sides and complaining that their cheeks hurt from laughing during her debut Durango performance last Saturday night.  Check out the KSUT flickr page for photos from the show and the pre-show VIP reception at the Rochester Hotel.  Thank you to all who attended this benefit for KSUT and thanks to our sponsors, The Rochester Hotel, Ska Brewing Company, Wildcat Canyon Liquors and Zia Taqueria.



KSUT Presents Paula Poundstone in live performance at the Community Concert Hall

KSUT Public Radio presents stand-up comedian Paula Poundstone in live performance, Saturday, February 11, 2012 at the Community Concert Hall at Fort Lewis College, 7:30 PM.  The event, a benefit for KSUT, will be Poundstone’s first Durango appearance. A limited number of VIP tickets, including a drink and appetizer reception with the artist at The Rochester Hotel prior to the show, and premium seating will be available.

Paula’s off-kilter sensibility and impeccable timing made her a perfect fit for NPR’s “oddly informative”, and incredibly popular weekly news quiz program,“Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me,” which she joined as a regular panelist seven years ago, and can be heard on KSUT Sundays at 2 PM.
Purchase tickets here, or by phone 970-247-7657
$35/$40
$75 VIP ticket (includes premium seating, private reception with Paul at The Rochester Hotel with wine/beer and appetizers prior to the show)



KSUT’s 18th Annual Member Party and Silent Auction coming up Saturday night at Ska. Have you registered?

All kinds of great music and cool loot being assembled this week for KSUT’s 18th annual Member Party and Silent Auction at Ska Brewing on Saturday night. Don’t miss the fun in support of public radio, register online here.

Check out our pre-event online auction here.

Please join us for a great night of fun and fundraising for KSUT.



Pagosa Springs Signal Temporarily Down – update – back on air as of 10/19
October 18, 2011, 7:15 pm
Filed under: KSUT news

Update – KSUT’s Pagosa signal was restored on Wednesday 10/19. Thanks for your patience. 

 

October 18, 2011: Our Pagosa Springs Signal at 88.1 fm is unfortunately down today due to technical issues at the transmitter site. Our engineers will be at the site first thing tomorrow (Wednesday 10/19) morning for repairs. We apologize to our Pagosa area listeners for the problem… please tune in mid-morning tomorrow and we should be back on the air.



KSUT celebrates 35 years on the air June 14. Join us for our anniversary party featuring The Iguanas at Ska Brewing on July 23 – save the date!
June 13, 2011, 2:38 pm
Filed under: Durango events, Four Corners events, KSUT event picks, KSUT news



Rob Rawls to host foreign journalists visiting Durango Herald Wednesday morning at 10:30
May 3, 2011, 4:39 pm
Filed under: KSUT interviews, KSUT news, KSUT programming

KSUT’s Rob Rawls will be joined by two foreign journalists working in the Durango Herald‘s newsroom for three weeks, as part of a media exchange program with the International Center for Journalists. Servet Yanatma from Turkey, is a diplomatic correspondent for Zaman Newspaper in Istanbul; and Aghavni Harutyunyan from Armenia is a reporter for the daily newspaper AZG. Read the Herald’s feature story on them here.

Tune-in to hear their impressions of the U.S. and get their unique insights into the dramatic changes now occurring in the Middle East. Wednesday (5/4) at 10:30 AM.

Out of the area? Stream it live here.



KSUT’s Rob Rawls interviews Colorado Senator Bennet, Thursday at 2:30
April 6, 2011, 7:32 pm
Filed under: economy, Federal funding for Public Broadcasting, KSUT news

KSUT will broadcast an interview with Colorado Senator Michael Bennet Thursday at 2:30. The Senator will join KSUT’s Rob Rawls for a conversation about the budget crisis and imminent government shutdown. We’re hoping to get his perspective on the status of funding for public broadcasting. Please join us.