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Music
11:26 am
Wed January 28, 2015

Three New Music Shows Debuting This Week

When KOSU and The Spy teamed up in August 2012, KOSU station director Kelly Burley said that The Spy was providing "a vibrant venue for music genres that are completely underserved in our state."

With that in mind, The Spy and KOSU will launch three new music shows this week that will either take listeners on a new musical journey every week, celebrate new music and artistic endeavors in Oklahoma, or showcase funk, soul, and afrobeat.

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Station News
10:39 am
Mon January 12, 2015

KOSU to Air Gov. Fallin's Inaugural Address

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KOSU will air Governor Mary Fallin's second and final inaugural address on Monday, January 12 beginning at 11:30 a.m. from the south steps of the state Capitol.

Gov. Fallin and other statewide officials will take their oaths of office and there will be guest performances by 11-year-old Edmond singer Olivia Kay and operatic soprano Leona Mitchell.

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PhilanthroPete
10:45 am
Mon November 10, 2014

Help KOSU Share the Stories of Oklahoma City's Homeless Population

Every story has dignity and a uniquely human touch, but some stories are harder to tell than others.

When KOSU opened a studio in Oklahoma City’s Film Row district, we started working one block away from the City Rescue Mission and came in daily contact with the homeless community. We wanted to find a way to tell their story, a story that is mostly untold with dignity.

Now, with your help, we have an opportunity to do that. With the inspiration of programs like StoryCorps and Youth Radio, we are raising funds so the homeless community can tell its story in a very personal way.

KOSU will lend its expertise in radio and sound mixing, and your gift will help recruit members of the homeless community and buy recorders to allow them to tell their own stories. KOSU will then help them mix down the sound into a documentary that we will air and make available for podcast.

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2014 Fall Membership Drive
11:21 am
Thu November 6, 2014

A Huge Thank You For Supporting KOSU

On behalf of the Crazy Smart Radio players, I want to humbly thank you for choosing to listen to KOSU and for choosing to support this public radio station during our eight day membership drive that ended October 16.

Our goal was to encourage at least 1,500 of you to invest in your listening future during the drive and we finished with 1,530 pledges and $238,000 dollars raised! We are very grateful to each of you for choosing to become a member of KOSU and for making a financial commitment to a public radio service that brings you Oklahoma and the world story by story and song by song.

You can donate to KOSU here!

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Survey
2:44 pm
Wed October 29, 2014

Changes Coming for Morning Edition & All Things Considered

Beginning November 17, you may find yourself a little off kilter when you listen to Morning Edition.  We hear from many of you that you know you're late if you hear the local weather and you haven't reached a certain part in your commute or gotten your kids out the door.  Well, you might want to reset those clocks.

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Politics
1:29 pm
Mon October 27, 2014

KOSU to Air State Superintendent Debate Tuesday

Joy Hofmeister (left) and Dr. John Cox (right)

KOSU will air a debate between the two candidates for Oklahoma State Superintendent of Public Instruction—John Cox and Joy Hofmeister—live on Tuesday, October 28 at 7 p.m. from the Oklahoma State University-Tulsa campus.

The one-hour debate will be held at the OSU-Tulsa Auditorium, 700 N. Greenwood Avenue in downtown Tulsa. OETA managing editor Dick Pryor will moderate the debate.

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On Tap
10:09 am
Tue October 21, 2014

KOSU to Host Candidate Forum at October's On Tap

Steve Russell (left) and Al McAffrey (right) are candidates for Congressional District 5.

KOSU is holding a candidate forum during this month's On Tap at Picasso Cafe in Oklahoma City's Paseo District. KOSU's Rachel Hubbard and Michael Cross will be on hand to discuss the various races this election season.

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Politics
4:54 pm
Tue September 30, 2014

KOSU to Air Gubernatorial Debate Thursday

Gov. Mary Fallin (left) and Rep. Joe Dorman (right)

KOSU will air the state gubernatorial debate between Republican incumbent Mary Fallin and Democratic challenger Joe Dorman live on Thursday, October 2 at 7 p.m. from the campus of Oklahoma State University.

The one-hour debate will be held at the OSU Student Union Theater in Stillwater. Both Fallin and Dorman are graduates of Oklahoma State University.

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Station News
9:46 am
Fri September 26, 2014

Nikole Robinson Carroll's Last Day at KOSU is September 30th

Nikole Robinson Carroll

I’m sure many of you have heard the news by now.  I have accepted the Morning Edition host position at KNPR in Las Vegas.  My last day at KOSU is Tuesday, September 30th.

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Premiere on Film Row
11:20 am
Wed September 3, 2014

Sherree Chamberlain to Perform in KOSU's OKC Studios

Nathan Poppe

On Friday, September 19 at 8pm, KOSU hosts singer/songwriter Sherree Chamberlain in our Oklahoma City performance studio, as part of Premiere on Film Row.

The Oklahoma City musician plays a mixture of pop and folk music, which is exhibited on her 2014 album, New Skin.

  • For a chance to win tickets to this exclusive event, e-mail us at tickets@kosu.org.

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