KGLP, 91.7 on your radio dial, is, should, and can be YOUR public radio station. KGLP is a non-profit and member-supported organization. Our primary income is generated from your membership dollars. Major grants from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and others are leveraged by your pledge.
Nearly $22,000 raised since April... Reach $30,000 by August 1st?
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Spring 2017 Membership Campaign
Premiums and extra gifts (while they last)
Anyone who contributes is welcome to come by KGLP to pick up such items as a KGLP logo pen, bumper sticker, Prickly Pear Jelly, mini-flying disc, or other freebies, while supplies last.
Anyone donating $15 or more may also come by the station to select one or two items, such as CDs featuring jazz, world music, or perhaps a small artwork. You might also pick up a book, such as former Gallup resident Larry Larason's young adult novel, The Ghost on the Moki Steps, informed by Larry's knowledge of the region.
A $200 donation qualifies any member for a day sponsorship — this is your personal message that KGLP would record, a formal “shout out” on a special day of your choosing, with a script that we would work with you to mark a special occasion. For example: “The Langford Family congratulates their child, Keisha, on her pending graduation from Diné College, and want their friends and neighbors to know how proud they are! Please join us in celebrating her academic career. For more details, our friends may contact us at their leisure.” — this sort of message would air a minimum of 10 times during that day. You might even focus on a shout-out for a non-profit organization, public service, or event. You can also drop off a check or go to KGLP.org's home page and donate directly with PayPal, then come by to pick up any gifts or premiums.)
We may have a little art on hand, too.
Spring 2017 Newsletter
Weekly Program Schedule
KGLP’s current weekly Program Schedule is available to download here in PDF format.
Public Media Code of Integrity
Gallup Public Radio supports the Public Media Code of Integrity, a national code which describes a commitment to trust and integrity in public media. The document may be viewed here.
Diversity Policy, IRS 990, FSR
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You can help support KGLP just by writing a positive review of Gallup Public Radio at the following link, for "Great Non-Profits": https://greatnonprofits.org/
Gallup Public Radio, Inc.'s board of directors meets next on Monday, august 14, 2017 (the second Monday of each month) from 5:30 pm until at least 7:00 pm in the UNM-Gallup Executive Director’s Conference Room, Gurley Hall, Room 1216-A. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information, you may email email@example.com or call 505-863-7626. KGLP’s policy on open meetings is available here.
KGLP applied for license renewal - Post-Filing message
On November 19, 2014, KGLP was granted a license, with conditions, by the Federal Communications Commission to serve the public interest as a public trustee. Our license will expire on October first, 2017. We have filed an application for license renewal with the FCC.
A copy of this application is available for public inspection during our regular business hours. You may call ahead at 505-863-7626. The application contains information concerning this station’s performance during the last license term, November 19, 2014, through this week.
Individuals who wish to advise the FCC of facts relating to our renewal application and to whether this station has operated in the public interest should file comments and petitions with the Commission by September first, 2017.
Further information concerning the Commission’s broadcast license renewal process is available at KGLP, in Gurley Hall, Room B-210, on the UNM-Gallup branch campus., 705 Gurley Avenue, Gallup, NM 87301-6979, or may be obtained from the FCC, Washington, DC 20554.
Protect My Public Media
Viewers and listeners appreciate that public media is non-commercial and available for free to all Americans.
While CPB funding looks like it will be stable for at least a year, any elimination of federal funding to CPB begins the collapse of the public media system itself and the end of this essential national service.
On July 13, 2017, the U.S. House Appropriations Subcommittee that sets public media funding levels passed a draft bill. There is both great news and bad news.
The Great News: The draft bill provided essential public media seed funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in its draft bill. This is a tremendous victory that could not have happened without your outreach to Congress. But your help is needed once again.
The Bad News: While we saved one important program, funding for public media's Interconnection infrastructure system was eliminated.
Interconnection enables virtually every American to receive local station programming for free - reaching even the most rural parts of the U.S. The system allows your stations to distribute programming, as well as public safety, national alert, and warning communications.
If Interconnection funding is eliminated, it becomes nearly impossible for local stations to broadcast your favorite programs and important public safety communications to you.
You helped us take an important first step toward providing funding for local stations in the House Bill. Now we need your help to save Interconnection.
Email your lawmakers httpss://protectmypublicmedia.org/email-save-funding/ and tell them to fully fund public media, including Interconnection.
Funding levels for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and Interconnection are not final, yet.
We have a small window of opportunity to voice our support for this program. As early as next week, Congress could move legislation that could help or hurt our cause.
We're on the right track to protect all public media funding, but we must stay active.
It's going to take all of us - viewers and listeners - working together to keep our nation's public media system strong and accessible to every American.
So, please email your Members of Congress today to protect your connection with your stations.
If the House passes this bill, then it falls to the Senate to propose their own cuts - Contact your U.S. Senators and anyone else about the importance of public radio in your life.
Email Senator Tom Udall (D-NM):
Contact Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM):
(Select issue: Budget)
or Go to: httpss://protectmypublicmedia.org/
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), a private, nonprofit corporation created by Congress in 1967, is the steward of the federal government’s investment in public broadcasting. It helps support the operations of nearly 1,500 locally owned and operated public television and radio stations nationwide. CPB is also the largest single source of funding for research, technology and program development for public radio, television and related on-line services. For more information, visit https://www.cpb.org , follow them on Twitter @CPBmedia, Facebook and LinkedIn and subscribe for email updates.
The Protect My Public Media Team