KZUM's Spring Fund Drive officially concluded at 1 p.m. Thursday, February 12, and we'd like to send a huge KZUM THANK YOU the way of everyone who supported the station! Be sure to stop in and pick up your "thank you" gifts over the next week or two!
You can still donate your support to help the station celebrate 37 years on the air this Valentine's Day!
As we embark on a new year, your financial support has never been more important. Listener-supported radio only works when the people who use the service pay for it.
We hope we can continue to count on your generous and essential support in 2015!
Donate right here, right now..
Have you ever thought about hosting your own radio program? Most of the people you hear on KZUM are dedicated volunteers who want to broaden the kinds of music and conversation available on your radio. They are people who have a passion for music, community involvement, and for going local. Many, if not most, have no prior experience in radio.
Does this sound like you? Do you have a great idea for a new program on KZUM? We'd love to hear about it!
We’re currently accepting applications for new music and talk programs from passionate, energetic and willing volunteers.
Apply now using the online Programmer Application.
KZUM-FM and KZUM-HD has studios and offices located at 3534 S 48th ST, Suite 6.
We have over 100 volunteer programmers keeping our shows broadcasting 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
So, c’mon. Turn this electronic page and see what we’re all about. Check out our programming schedule or click on our streaming station signal. If you like what you see and hear then please consider supporting Nebraska’s only community based radio station by becoming a member or by underwriting a program.
The station’s mission gives voice to quality music, news and thoughtful discussion on local, national and world news while reaching an ever-widening audience with a more vibrant, artistic, diverse and quality programming schedule.Thanks for stopping by our website and come again!
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