e-Newsletter
August 18, 2016
Contents:
  • Initiating political conversation
  • National Radio Day open house!
  • Blues giveaway

 

A Nation Engaged: NPR Collaborative Coverage
US map - A Nation Engaged
Over the next three months NPR and several local stations are collaborating on coverage of issues related to November's election. The idea behind the project is to build nationwide reporting and conversation, a week at a time, on important issues.

During the week beginning Aug. 29 NPR's newsmagazines will ask "What is America's place in the world?" and will look at military, diplomatic, economic and cultural aspects of that question. You'll hear the reports on Morning Edition and All Things Considered. In September, A Nation Engaged takes a deeper dive into economic opportunity in America.

More coverage on NPR.org

KGOU Open House on National Radio Day Aug. 20
National Radio Day with radio towers
KGOU is hosting an open house for National Radio Day this coming Saturday, Aug. 20. We'll have informal tours and demonstrations, local band The Royal Jelly performing live on The Weekend Blues, prize giveaways and pizza! Drop by for a few minutes anytime between noon and 3 p.m., meet the KGOU staff and see the studios where radio is made every day!

How to find us
Coming Soon ~ Updates to KGOU Audio Stream
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We know some KGOU listeners who use our online audio stream have been less than satisfied with the new online player we installed a year ago. In the next few weeks we'll be switching to another new player that we hope will work better on all devices. This change will also affect the KGOU stream on other websites and apps, such as NPR.org and TuneIn. Our aim is to provide the best streaming experience we can to the most listeners we can. We'll post information on our website when the new player is activated. If you experience a problem at that time, let us know.

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NPR Music Produces "Noteworthy" Video Series
Miguel
Singer and producer Miguel
NPR Music is producing a new series of video documentaries on the creative process as told by those who create popular recordings.

"Noteworthy" is hosted by Jason King, co-founder and professor at New York University's Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music and a music journalist and musician himself. The series will explore the ways these artists create, and how their personal background -- race, family, place and the music they love -- illuminates their work. New videos will be added into the fall.

Watch videos

Ticket Giveaway ~ Dusk 'til Dawn Blues Fest in Rentiesville
Dusk til Dawn Blues Festival
The signature annual event of the Oklahoma Blues Hall of Fame, the Dusk Til Dawn Blues Festival is coming up Labor Day weekend, Sept. 2-4 in Rentiesville, Okla. (near Muskogee). Three nights of music and 30 bands, including headliners Joanna Connor with her slide guitar and Johnny Rawls, a 2016 HOF inductee. We'll hold a drawing for pairs of passes good for one night's entertainment.

Enter drawing

Congratulations to our winners!
In our last issue, we gave away passes to Da Vinci--The Genius on exhibit at Science Museum Oklahoma. Our lucky winners were Eric and Kim -- enjoy!
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