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Science Goes to the Movies

July 3 at 2 pm. A new series, co-hosted by Faith Salie and Dr. Heather Berlin, that looks at the science in contemporary motion pictures. Guests are drawn from different scientific disciplines,…

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First 5 Sonoma County

KRCB and First 5 Sonoma County are partnering to bring awareness to the urgent need for universal access to high quality early childhood education. Together, we have created three learning videos…

North Bay News

Agriculture Pitching in to Battle Climate Change

Now that California is collecting billions of dollars from greenhouse gas emitters, some of that money is being directed to programs that help farms and dairies reduce their carbon footprints.

When I'm out in the community, I often get asked questions, some variation of "how can I get KRCB involved in my community event?" or "how can I get publicity?" I know it can be difficult to figure out how to approach the station if you don't happen to know someone who works here.

One of the major purposes of this blog is to make the station more transparent to the community. Bruce Robinson, our news director here at KRCB, has been kind enough to compile a quick guide:

How to contact KRCB

Main desk: (707) 584-2000

Fax: (707) 585-1363

Location and Mailing Address:
5850 Labath Avenue
Rohnert Park, CA 94928

Email: listener[at]krcb.org (radio) or viewer[at]krcb.org (television)

Online Community Calendar: Go to the homepage and click on Community.

Newsroom: Bruce Robinson, News Director (707) 584-2012 or news[at]krcb.org

Community Events/Outreach: Cheryl Scholar, Outreach Coordinator (707) 584-2005 or cheryl_scholar[at]krcb.org

Sonoma Spotlight scheduling (FM only): Wendy Nicholson
(707) 584-2016 or Radio Line (707) 584-2020

Sponsorships: Call main desk, ask for sales

Submitting Public Service Announcements:

Information about upcoming events and activities may be submitted to both radio and television. Please fax or mail the information. All PSAs are 30 seconds or under; one page is more than enough information; please do not send photographs. Please submit your information 6 weeks before the date of the event for television, and 3 weeks in advance for radio. Follow-up inquiries are not necessary. Please understand that not all submissions can be used. Those decisions are made at the discretion of KRCB. Community events can also be posted on the KRCB website at the Community Calendar .

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North Bay News

Jun 27

Major Changes Coming To California Public Utilities Commission

ALSO: The California Highway Patrol says it was properly staffed to provide security for a white separatist event at the State Capitol Sunday.
Jun 27

Caring for Aging Parents

Taking care of aging parents is complicated, both medically and emotionally. A new how-to handbook offers some practical advice.
Jun 26

Should California's Rainy Day Fund Be Used Even When There's No Recession?

Democratic legislative leaders say California could tap its “Rainy Day Fund” to avoid a potential $4 billion budget deficit a few years from now.
Jun 24

Monitoring California’s Black Oystercatchers

Black Oystercatchers are distinctive, but not numerous. So these hardy shorebirds are being monitored by naturalists and citizen scientists to see how they are affected by sea level rise and other…
Jun 23

Summer Means Camping Season in Sonoma County

If you haven't yet made summer plans to be at any of the campgrounds county-wide, don't worry.

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Music News

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Jun 25

In Songwriting, Carla Hassett Looks Home

Born in Sao Paolo and now living in Los Angeles, singer Carla Hassett finds musical inspiration in each place she's called home. Hassett, who toured with Sergio Mendes and Billy Idol and lent her…
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Jun 24

'The Hot Sardines' Album: French Fries & Champagne

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Jun 24

Kip Winger Explores His Classical Side

The band Winger is perhaps best remembered for its late 1980s rock anthems, like "Seventeen." Its musicians could play. They wrote catchy songs, and of course, they had the hair. MTV viewers ate it…
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Jun 24

How A New Texting Service Connects Music Artist With His Fans

Imagine being able to text your favorite music artists at their personal phone number. You might be able to tell them how much you loved their latest single. You might be able to tell them about…

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