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Our Lawsuit - YOU BE THE JUDGE (member expulsion)

Should KRFC continue to spend individual and small business donations defending this lawsuit? Read our arguments about why we think members were expelled illegally and judge for yourself.

KRFC hires permanent GM, Earth still round

Wednesday, June 18, 2008 (from hoopla-happens)
KRFC hires permanent GM, Earth still round

For the third time in its five-year history, the KRFC Board of Directors has hired a new general/station manager from within its own ranks. I wish I coulda caught some action on that forgone conclusion (rent’s due in two weeks, you know).

NONCOMMERCIAL PUBLIC RADIO IS IN STATE OF FLUX

By Lynn Arave
Deseret Morning News

TERRIBLE RECEPTION FOR WYPR

Protesting WYPR

Terrible reception for WYPR

Radio station can't clear the air in Steiner debate
05/28/08
By Adam Bednar

KRFC chief fuses fun, work

KRFC chief fuses fun, work (original at Coloradoan.com)
BY PAT FERRIER • PATFERRIER@COLORADOAN.COM • MAY 12, 2008

Music and technology have always been part of Chris Kennison's world.

Whether playing in Hawaiian swing band "Book 'em Danno," running his own music studio, Seldom Fed Productions, working as an IT manager at Hewlett-Packard or introducing a radio audience to the expressive tones of a steel guitar, Kennison never strays far from the beat.

Fried: Help Save KRFC From Itself

By Eric Fried (original at Fort Collins NOW)
1:05 a.m. MT Mar 26, 2008

I see where Fort Collins' community radio station KRFC is collecting testimonials for its spring membership drive. I wonder if they will ask Paul Bame for one.

Was kicking out some KRFC founders an example of "founder's syndrome" -- a natural phase of a maturing organization?

No, even though it may look that way because founders were involved in
a disagreement.

Press Kit

Information potentially useful to press.

LEGAL STATIC

A Larimer County judge orders mediation for KRFC and its critics.
By BRIAN HULL (original at Rocky Mountain Chronicle web site)

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