KGOU

30th Anniversary
11:58 am
Wed March 20, 2013

KGOU and Me: Has It Been 30 Years Already?

Michael Feldman brought Whad'ya Know? to OU's Holmberg Hall in the early 1990s.
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On Jan. 1, 1983, KGOU became a non-commercial public radio station. I barely noticed.

I should have noticed. After all, I was working at KGOU as a volunteer student broadcaster, and for the past year and a half I’d been dragging my sleep-deprived self out of bed at 6 a.m. (an hour most college students deemed unthinkable)  to write and deliver two five-minute newscasts each morning. Still, I didn’t pay much attention.

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Manager's Desk
4:15 pm
Sun February 10, 2013

KGOU FY2012 Financial Audit Complete

The annual external audit for KGOU’s fiscal year 2012 is now complete, and I have posted the report in the “About” section on the KGOU web page.

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Manager's Desk
4:10 pm
Sun January 27, 2013

Spring Semester Begins at KGOU

The spring semester of 2013 has begun and we have a new group of students learning the craft of storytelling and audio production.

In our largest Radio News class ever, we have 9 students: Joey Adams, Kate Carlton, Brett Coppenbarger, Cailey Dougherty, Kiana King, Brant Morrell, Ana Nospal, Ajinur Setiwaldi, and Hayley Thornton. Their first stories will come to the air on Assignment: Radio on March 10th. 

In Radio Practicum class is Hunter Clausen.

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Manager's Desk
4:01 pm
Sat January 19, 2013

Legislative Coverage Plans on KGOU

The Oklahoma legislative session will be starting soon, and both KGOU and StateImpact Oklahoma are planning coverage.

To begin, KGOU will bring you coverage of Governor Fallin’s State of the State address, scheduled for Monday, February 4.

Then, water issues are going to be a major topic of discussion among the legislators. They will be grappling with developing a water plan to carry Oklahoma into the future, while facing the effects of the current drought.

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