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 KBOO podcast for dialup 
 membership drive / election pledge : unofficial archive and podcast for dialup of ALL LOCALLY PRODUCED kboo news and public affairs
 Regular Show
 
 CascadiaPublicRadio.org  
 For non-profit use only.
week at a glance schedule for month
http://kboo.fm/files/sept07grid.pdf
more detail on kboo official site kboo.fm
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Glen Owen "producer" ... well ACTUALLY Audio Technician and Archivist ... CascadiaPublicRadio series on radio4all.net as well as, on occasion, via archive.org, is a candidate for the KBOO Board of Directors election whose ballot submission closes 3pm Sunday Sept 30th

Candidate asks WHY KBOO's entrenched owner (KBOO Foundation = 501c3) and managers cannot, or will not, deliver ALL of KBOO's news and public affairs broadcasts on the web, in a format accessible by dialup, on a prompt daily basis.

Candidate also questions the motives of a Board that wants the power to make "minor" and "technical" amendments to the bylaws without prior referendum by membership; while also appointing the Board itself to determine which amendments are "material"

Glen the Candidate pledges to continue this public service of news and public affairs availability on a timely basis via radio4all.net through the closing of balloting Sep 30th; and if elected to further continue this service until such time as he should assume office as a Director

At that time, if elected, he will propose that KBOO Foudation take over responsibility for this web archiving service for its listenership at large, as well as for its contributing members

That would mean that Official KBOO, with its twelve Directors, elected by a process wherein chain of custody of election ballots has historically been in doubt (viz 2005 election), with its ten paid staff, and with four hundred volunteers, should deliver complete broadcast AND PODCAST service to its potential listening community according to KBOO charter
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Programming Mission

KBOO shall be a model of programming, filling needs that other media do not, providing programming to diverse communities and unserved or underserved groups. KBOO shall provide access and training to those communities.

KBOO news/public affairs programming shall place an emphasis on providing a forum for unpopular, controversial, or neglected perspectives on important local, national and international issues, reflecting KBOO's values of peace, justice, democracy, human rights, multiculturalism, environmentalism, freedom of expression, and social change.

KBOO's arts, cultural and music programming shall cover a wide spectrum of expression from traditional to experimental, and reflect the diverse cultures we serve. KBOO shall strive for spontaneity and programming excellence, both in content and technique.

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KBOO ELECTION NEWS

*** Election Time is Here ***
September 30, 2007

Calling all KBOO members : It's time once again to vote and make your voice heard. We need to fill seven open seats on the Board of Directors and enact a new bylaw (view new bylaw info). Members may vote by mail or in person at the annual meeting. Don't miss this chance to help shape our beloved station

Missed the Candidates On-Air Forum or want to listen again?
http://kboo.fm/node/3975
(NOTE : official site audio of Candidates On-Air Forum is at 128 kbps, a bit big and slow to download or stream for dialup modem users

BOARD CANDIDATES RUNNING:
Mark Allyn, Jamilah Bourbon, Erin Brand, Marliese Franklin, Larry Huang, Gloria Keeth, Glen Owen, Ivonne Rivero, Louis Sowa, Jay Thiemeyer, Sourixay Vilalay, and Siva Weiler.

FORMER CANDIDATES (NO LONGER RUNNING):
Rene-Marc Mangin, Liz Waddle, and Jamey Harris, and Alan Wone.

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Annual Membership Meeting
Sunday, Sept. 30, 2-5pm
Liberty Hall, 311 N. Ivy (view map)

Come and enjoy frozen treats, socialize, VOTE, and join in a community forum. Members are invited to participate in a lively discussion about KBOO's community, the role of radio in the 21st century and the upcoming celebration of our 40th anniversary.

Ballots cast by mail must be received by the accounting firm of Mark Eklund by Friday, Sept. 28th, at 5pm. Members may vote at the Sept. 30 meeting until 3pm. Members check your mailboxes for the ballot and voting information.

VOTE! Same day complete archive and podcast for dailup of ALL kboo's locally produced news and public affairs depend on it

KBOO Community Radio
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Front Desk: (503) 231-8032 * Studio: (503) 231-8187 * Fax: (503) 231-7145
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The KBOO Morning News (7:00 AM)

Locus Focus - Host Barbara Bernstein's guest is Frances Moore Lappe', who will discuss her latest book, "Getting a Grip: Clarity, Creativity and Courage in a World Gone Mad." Lappe says she wants to enable us to see what is happening all around us, but is still invisible to most of us. It is about people in all walks of life who are penetrating the spiral of despair and reversing it with new ideas, ingenious innovation - and courage." (7:30 AM)

Movie Talk - Ed, D.K. and Dawn review the latest movies. (9:00 AM)

Speaking of Animals - Laurie Sonnenfeld hosts. Her guest is Nathan Winograd, author of Redemption: The Myth of Pet Overpopulation and the No Kill Revolution in America. (9:00 AM)

People Rise Up - People Rise Up explores issues related to inter-human and -species fairness, preservation of the biosphere, and inclusive, participatory democratic self-organization to counter the dictatorial, military-industrial-corporate octopus. Hosted by Andrew Geller. Today Andrew's guest is Michael Munk, author of The Portland Red Guide, published by non-profit Ooligan Press at Portland State University. The Portland Red Guide is a historical guidebook of social dissent which offers a dense collection of sites and stories associated with Portland's progressive history, emphasizing labor struggles and activism. Author Michael Munk is a veteran of peace, civil rights and workers' rights activism and regular Portland Alliance columnist. Archives Here. (10:00 AM)

Democracy Now! - Hosted by Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzales. (11:00 AM)

Alternative Radio - Hosted by David Barsamian. AR is a weekly program that spotlights the most insightful progressive thinkers of our time. Today John Pilger discusses "Lapdogs with Laptops." John Pilger is a leading journalist and documentary filmmaker. He began his career in Australia before moving to London in the 1960s.

He's twice won British journalism's highest award, that of Journalist of the Year. His latest book is "Freedom Next Time." His award-winning documentaries such as "Palestine is Still the Issue" are seen all over the world but rarely in the U.S. His most recent film is "The War on Democracy." (Noon)

KBOO Evening News - Tune in every weeknight for non-corporate, volunteer-produced news reports from your community! YOU can be a part of making it happen! Call in your news tips, take our volunteer trainings, and become a citizen-reporter with KBOO News! Volunteer in the KBOO news room by calling 503-231-8032 x203, or email pmnews[at]kboo.org. (5:00 PM)

Free Speech Radio News - An international collective of freelance reporters produces this daily newscast of news stories from around the world. Real news by real people -- hear the voices of those affected, in their own words, uncensored and straight from the source. (5:30 PM)

The Underground - Join the KBOO Youth Collective for "The Underground". Our topic this month is Magical Creatures. We'll give you the story of our Unicorn "Little Bighorn", mascot of the KBOO Youth Collective, we'll talk to others about their favorite magical creatures, and we'll have a profile of the Cabbot, half cat, half rabbit. We also talk to some folks from the Myth Media Unschoolers writing group, and more. (6:00 PM)
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 KBOO podcast for dialup: Wed Sep 26th news and public affairs Download Program Podcast
membership drive / election pledge : unofficial archive and podcast for dialup of ALL LOCALLY PRODUCED kboo news and public affairs
05:50:18 English 2007-09-26
 broadcast portland oregon
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8:41am(end) Barbara Bernstein with Frances Moore Lappe  00:18:47  16Kbps mp3
(2.15MB) Mono
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9:00am Morning RadioZine Lineup  00:00:49  16Kbps mp3
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9:01am MOVIE TALK with Ed, DK and Dawn  00:32:22  16Kbps mp3
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9:30am SPEAKING OF ANIMALS Sonnenfeld w Nathan Winograd  00:27:28  16Kbps mp3
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10:00am REOPLE RISE UP Michael Munk Portland Red Guide  01:00:03  16Kbps mp3
(6.87MB) Mono
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11:00am DemocracyNow.org HEADLINES  00:16:10  16Kbps mp3
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12:07pm JOHN PILGER : Lapdogs With Laptops  00:49:42  16Kbps mp3
(5.69MB) Mono
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5:00 pmnews Evening News - local and regional  00:29:03  16Kbps mp3
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5:30pm next day morning lineup 20090727  00:06:54  16Kbps mp3
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10  5:37 opmnews FREE SPEECH RADIO NEWS fsrn.org  00:00:00  16Kbps mp3
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11  6;00pm The UNDERGROUND (extended) youth collective  01:49:00  16Kbps mp3
(12.48MB) Mono
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