Viewer Exchange

Dear KRCB:

Are you still doing a paper schedule for TV and radio? If so, I would like to get it. I know mailing is an expense. Perhaps you could post a pdf of the schedule instead of the way you do it now, week by week with few descriptions.

A Viewer

 

 

Dear Viewer:

We are still producing a paper schedule of Open Air, our monthly programming guide, and would be happy to put you on a list to receive one. We stopped mailing it except by request in March. There is a pdf available online. If you go to the website, www.krcb.org, and look on the right hand side of the home page, you'll see "Open Air Online." The current month's Open Air is available for download if you click on the link. We put the next month up as soon as it is ready. Contact Joel Bellagio in membership if you'd like to continue to receive a paper copy, 707-584-2018.

There is also a slide in the slideshow at the top center of the home page which also has a link to the Open Air pdf page.

Thank you for your inquiry.

KRCB Staff

Dear KRCB:


How can I get the monthly program listings only without printing all 32 pages of "Open Air"? When "Open Air" arrived in the mail, which I prefer, it was no problem.

A Viewer

 

 

Dear Viewer:

Thank you for your interest in KRCB and our programming. Our IT person suggests that you download the file and when you print, select just the pages for the program listings. Printing the page range of 16-17 will give the radio listings, and printing pages 21-29 will give the television listings.

We are considering adding a second file that would have just the program listings to make it easier for our viewers to print just the listings. Keep your eye out for that addition.


KRCB Staff

Dear KRCB:

I'd like to add an event to the  KRCB Community Calendar on your web site.

I believe I successfully submitted the venue, but it has not been added to the venue list.

Will I receive a message when the venue has been added to the calendar system?

Thanks for your time and assistance.

A Viewer

 

 

Dear Viewer:

Thank you for contacting KRCB. When you submit an event for the community calendar it needs to be approved before it goes live. This process usually takes about 24 hours. We do not have a mechanism set up to alert a poster when the event goes live. I'll pass that along as a suggestion to our IT people.

Regards,

KRCB Staff

 

Dear KRCB:

Please don't end World Focus. It is one of the very best news programs. BBC is the only other source of world news and even that program is mostly focused on the US. Americans need more world news to make us aware of other countries and peoples, not less. Thank you.

A Viewer

 

 

Dear Viewer:

The decision to end World Focus is not ours. It is a decision made by the producers. They made an announcement during their Monday, March 8, 2010 broadcast about their decision. It was announced to our programming director here at KRCB only a few days earlier that they have been unable to obtain the funding they need to keep the program in production due to the economies of the times. If they can find the funding, they will continue it, but it is purely a financial decision at this time. We here at KRCB have no say in whether it continues or not. You could try contacting them directly at http://worldfocus.org


Thanks for your inquiry.

KRCB Staff

 

 

 

 

 

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