Tri-county nonprofits weigh impact of budget, tax cuts
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Dubroff: Trump’s budget priorities will create tri-county winners, losers
A cardinal rule about covering politics these days is that it’s never too early to speculate. So, with the contours of the Trump administration’s approach to budgeting just coming to light, it seemed timely to begin to try to sort out winners and losers among major tri-county institutions. It’s way too early to predict what Read More →
Fentons give $1 million to news department at KCLU
Linda and Dennis Fenton of Westlake Village have donated $1 million to the news department of radio station KCLU. The Linda and Dennis Fenton KCLU Radio News Endowment will be used to hire personnel and enhance equipment, programming and production. The National Public Radio station serves Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties. The Read More →
KCRW enters Santa Barbara market with KDB buy
Santa Monica-based National Public Radio affiliate KCRW has acquired Santa Barbara-based station KDB, intensifying the battle for public radio listeners and donors in the Tri-Counties.
KCLU, KCBX to battle it out in Santa Maria
A radio battle is shaping up on the Central Coast, with two similar stations preparing to face off for audience share from the Santa Ynez Valley to San Luis Obispo. But it’s not another clash of commercial giants such as Cumulus Media and Clear Channel Communications. The contenders are KCBX and KCLU, two nonprofit public Read More →
KCLU buys Santa Maria station
Thousand Oaks-based National Public Radio station KCLU has purchased a station in Santa Maria that will expand its reach to the Central Coast. The station, which is a community service of California Lutheran University, will begin broadcasting to listeners in Santa Maria, the Santa Ynez Valley, Lompoc, Nipomo and the Five Cities area. The frequency Read More →