On April 28th, KHOI received the Doug Brown Media Award from the Ames Community Arts Council. The Doug Brown Media Award recognizes a radio, TV, or print organization that has displayed an ongoing commitment to covering the arts in Ames and a desire to constantly improve what they do. The Ames Community Arts Council gave this award to show thanks to KHOI Community Radio for their continued support of the arts. This and other awards, were given at a ceremony held at the Octagon Center for the Arts.
Dick Brooks has over 35 years of experience in public and commercial radio. He has worked asa reporter, producer and manager for print media and public radio. Brooks has numerous national and international broadcast awards and fellowships and served as a consultant to the Corporationfor Public Broadcasting.
Linda Manatt and Roxanne Thompson wish to share the following message about their new show, "Walking the Talk":
On Friday, February 22, 2013, KHOI is airing a new show called “Walking the Talk” which shares stories of people who are taking steps to address social issues in our community and doing the work of making a better world for us all.
KHOI Community Radio thanks all of the individuals and local businesses that helped make the station’s first-ever on-air pledge drive a success.
Nearing the Goal
The inaugural pledge drive took place on Friday, February 15. Spurred on by an anonymous $25,000 donation received earlier in the week, volunteers took to the airwaves and raised an additional $3,000 during the daylong pledge drive.
Call in your donations. Stop by anytime all day to give encouragement.
Pitching starts at 7 AM.
5 PM - 9 PM is party time!! You are invited.
Join us on Friday, February 15th at the Pantorium from 5 to 9 p.m. for a party to celebrate KHOI going LIVE!
The studio-to-tower link is finally in place and live radio is happening. We want to mark this auspicious occasion by inviting the public, especially those who have supported KHOI throughout the entire process, to join the celebration and be on the air with us.
“The mike is open,” says Station Director Ursula Ruedenberg. “We want to hear your voice on KHOI.”