This is from the Manager’s Desk. This week is the big week for the Jazz in June concerts, clinics and musician jams here in Norman – Thursday through Saturday -- the 20th through the 22nd. Here's the link to the Jazz in June web page to find more information about the concerts – from locations, times, the artistic line up and more.
This is from the Manager’s Desk. We have upgraded the KGOU web page with a new audio streaming service. Click on the “listen live” tab in the upper left corner of the KGOU web page to see the new options for listening online.
If you have already installed the KGOU mobile web page on your smart phone, the streaming button on the top of the page is now functional. You can get the mobile web page by loading "kgou.org" in your smart phone browser and following directions.
I hope this message finds you safe and well after the events of last week, and if you have been directly affected, that you are receiving the services needed to start the road to recovery.
I trust you've had the opportunity to hear or read the radio and online coverage from KGOU, StateImpact Oklahoma and NPR in the aftermath of the severe storms, and I hope you've found it to be enlightening and insightful.
This is from the Manager’s Desk. Once again, the members of KGOU have stood up and have been counted. I am very happy to report that membership pledges of support have continued to come into KGOU, and we are now past our spring membership goal of $180,000.
This is great news and it means we can finish off this fiscal year and start the new one in July with confidence that listener support remains strong.
This is from the Manager’s Desk. The spring semester of twenty thirteen is nearly over and we must say goodbye to some students.
In our largest Radio News class ever, we had 9 students: Joey Adams, Kate Carlton, Brett Coppenbarger, Cailey Dougherty, Kiana King, Brant Morrell, Ana Nospal, Ajinur Setiwaldi, and Hayley Thornton. Their last stories will air on Assignment Radio on May 12 at 12 noon.
Hunter Clausen participated in the Radio Practicum class.
This is from the Manager’s Desk. Well, on some days it feels like you have a lot of energy and can spend that energy on very productive things. Then things don’t happen as fast as you had expected, or wanted.
So you redouble your efforts, keep a stiff upper lip, and move forward. And things don’t happen as fast as you had expected or wanted.
H.T. Palmer said, Try, try, try again. Master Po said, “Patience, grasshopper.” Wait for it, wait for it. April showers bring May flowers. A watched pot never boils!