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By Dan Rudy 

Local station begins fall fundraising

 


Wrangell's public radio station KSTK began its annual fall membership drive Monday, with hopes to raise $18,000 by Saturday.

The fundraiser is one of two the station holds each year, raising a total of $36,000 for its yearly operating budget.

The rest of KSTK's approximately $290,000 budget comes from public funds, with the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) making up the largest share along with Alaska Public Broadcasters.

“Without these funds we can't rely on the CPB or Alaska broadcasting money,” station manager Cindy Sweat explained. The public monies are dependent on a demo...



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