KNYO-LP

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KNYO-LP
City Fort Bragg, California
Frequency 107.7 MHz
ERP 87 watts
HAAT 30.3 meters (99 ft)
Class L1
Facility ID 123415
Transmitter coordinates 39°24′51.00″N 123°47′05.00″W / 39.4141667°N 123.7847222°W / 39.4141667; -123.7847222
Owner Noyo Radio Project
Website knyo.org

KNYO-LP is a low-power FM (LPFM) radio station broadcasting at 107.7 FM located in Fort Bragg, California. KNYO is a project of the Noyo Radio Project, a non-profit educational public-benefit corporation.[1]

History[edit]

The Noyo Radio Project was incorporated in October 2000. KNYO-LP received its Construction Permit from the FCC on February 14, 2005, and began broadcasting 24 hours per day, 7 days per week on May 7, 2006 at 107.7 FM.

Programs[edit]

C&J's Warehouse is a rocking variety show that first aired on 12/24/2014 from 7pm to 9pm. Over time the show expanded to include the 6 to 7pm hour as "The Dyslexic Eclectic Radio Hour" hosted by Denny Lundsford retired. The show includes special features such as "Time machine News", "Slow Jamming The Weather", "Christory"(history lesson by co producer Chris Dunn), and a "Datebook" of local events hosted by Joe Wagner. The show was originally conceived while Chris and Joe were watching a lighted truck parade from inside a bar next door to the KNYO studio. While pondering not having a drummer to play music with; Joe said "Hey.. let's do a radio show". In about two months time, the maiden voyage of C&J's Warehouse was broadcast from Joe's garage studio in Cleone Ca.

Roots & All is a Folk music radio program produced and hosted by Jeff Zolitor, every Wednesday from 2-4pm. Jeff digs through resources ranging from the Library of Congress, to the Smithsonian, as well as various collections of lp's in all formats, and music collections wherever he can find them anywhere in the world, to curate a unique blend of "the people's music" to present to his listeners.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KNYO-LP Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2011-05-05. 

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