Gayle Chisholm

KLCC Webmaster and Marketing Director

Gayle Chisholm has been KLCC's Marketing Director since 1986.  She took on the role of Webmaster when KLCC launched its first website in 1996, and has overseen klcc.org through its 4th generation site which launched in the fall of 2013.  Gayle is also co-coordinator of the KLCC Microbrew Festival, held in Eugene every February.

Ways to Connect

The UO School of Journalism and Communication (SOJC) recently held a forum in Portland to help Oregonians prepare for "the big one." The SOJC’s “Don’t Wait for the Quake” event, hosted in partnership with OPB, convened a timely conversation about earthquake preparedness in Oregon.

As a catalyst for conversation, the forum featured five videos produced by SOJC Allen Hall Studios undergraduate students, each with its own angle on earthquake preparedness and recovery:

Enjoy our special programming for the season!

Sat Dec 19, 7 pm  
Dead Air Solstice Show, with host Downtown Deb

Sun Dec 20, 6 pm
Jazz for the Holidays, Through the Years, on JazzSunday with host Jeffrey Ogburn

On December 3rd KLCC teamed up with Food for Lane County and Cafe Yumm! to feed hungry families.

For every contribution to KLCC of $75 or more, Cafe Yumm! donated 25 pounds of protein rich, organic beans to Food for Lane County.

Over $30,000 was raised by KLCC listeners, resulting in a donation of several thousand pounds of protein rich, organic beans.

Thank you KLCC listeners for doing two good things at once!

Enjoy these specials on Thursday November 26

1 p.m.  THE SCIENCE OF GRATITUDE

The Science of Gratitude is a one hour documentary focusing on the latest information regarding the power (or lack of it) of being thankful. We hear research, expert opinion, and individual stories to illustrate how gratitude often has a large impact on overall happiness. The program covers gratitude in the workplace, in relationships, in health, in child-rearing, etc. It is hosted by Academy Award winning actress, Susan Sarandon, and produced by Peabody award winning BMPAudio.

K L C C  
M I C R O B R E W  
F E S T I V A L

F E B R U A R Y   12  - 13 ,   2 0 1 6 

Friday 5-11 p.m.   
Saturday 1-11 p.m.

Lane Events Center
796 W 13th, Eugene OR

TICKETS

VOLUNTEER

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All proceeds benefit KLCC 89.7 FM

Arts & Culture on KLCC, with your host Eric Alan.  Check it out!

Fall Goal Reached in Record Time with Innovative Approach

Goal of $250,000 was reached at 10:30 am on October 6 !!

Thank you KLCC Listeners!!!

KLCC reached its Fall Fundraising Goal of $250,000 in the shortest amount of time in station history.  A three week "Stealth Drive" brought in 90% of the goal, and a four hour Radiothon finished the job.  The goal was reached at 10:30 a.m. on October 6.

Oakshire Brewing will give $1 to KLCC for every pint sold at their pub on Wednesday, September 16. 

Visit Oakshire at 207 Madison Street in Eugene from 11 am to 10 pm, and support KLCC with every pint!

KLCC staff will be on hand from 5-7 pm.  See you there!

Oakshire Brewing

Reveal, the occasional collaboration brought to you by The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX, airs Tuesday August 4 at 6:30 pm.

This month's episode is called One Thing Leads to Another, and includes follow-ups on some of the biggest stories of the last few months, including: An investigation into the culture of secrecy within the Jehovah’s Witnesses that lead us to the story of one woman who was ostracized after she accused an elder of abuse.

KLCC 89.7 FM will broadcast Oregon Festival of American Music's
RHAPSODY IN BLUE
Tuesday August 11, 7:30-10 pm

 

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