Program and Schedule Changes!
What's the best and worst thing that could happen to a Program Director at a radio station? To have so many people who want to participate in creating programming that you have to decide what to do with "syndicated" or "canned" programming. Wonderful because Community Radio is about community participation and interaction. The more live programmers the more the community is represented and diversity prevails. Tough because you then have to decide which of the phenomenal programs you've filled the schedule with either gets dropped or placed somewhere in the schedule that might make it less available to the majority of listeners (like after midnight). We fortunately or unfortunately find ourselves in that place. With the edition of the Evening News and other new programs, either just started or soon to begin, I find myself having to make tough choices. I also find that I've been changing the schedule almost daily to accommodate the new programs. Often changing it again as my "sense" of what best compliments the program before or just afterwards is refined by listening to them in a block. Please feel free to contact me here at the MEC and KMEC to give me your feedback on program changes or to make recommendations. Thanks, Ed Nieves. 707 234-3236
All About Money - THE COMPLICITY OF PSYCHOLOGISTS IN CIA TORTURE
THE COMPLICITY OF PSYCHOLOGISTS IN CIA TORTURE -- AT KMEC RADIO, MONDAY, DEC 15, AT 1 PM, PACIFIC TIME "All About Money", with host and producer, John Sakowicz, returns to KMEC Radio on Monday, December 15, at 1 PM, Pacific Time, with guests, Roy Edelson and Trudy Bond. Edelson and Bond are two well-known psychologists at Psychologists for Social Responsibility. They just wrote the piece, "The Complicity of Psychologists in CIA Torture". KMEC Radio is heard at 105.1 FM in Ukiah, CA. We stream live from the web at www.kmecradio.org
"Sundays at the MEC"
KMEC-LP 105.1 FM is starting it's new Sunday Live Concert series "Sundays at the MEC" on Sunday November 30th from 3-5PM in the "Ballroom" at the MEC. Our first artist will be Ethan Morrison. Visiting from Colorado, Ethan has been compared to Tracy Chapman both for his incredible voice and his searing lyrics. A talented guitar player as well as a vocalist the show is guaranteed to be enjoyable for all. The show is Free. Donations are appreciated and Ethan will have his new CD "Drops of Water" for sale. For more info or to hear a selection from the new album you can go to his website www.ethanmorrison.com. or check him out on Facebook. This series will include an open house every Sunday for the public to attend the Live performances. Additionally we will broadcast the concerts on KMEC-LP 105.1 FM for those who cannot attend in person. We will feature local as well as visiting artists. Musicians interested in performing at the MEC should contact Ed Nieves or Smokin' Joe Rocha at 707 234-3236 to get on the schedule.
NSA Whistleblower Russ Tice to be John Sakowicz's guest Monday October 2oth on KMEC
Russ Tice was very deep into black ops at NSA, and he was a whistleblower long before Edward Snowden. Join him and John Sakowicz on "All about Money" Monday October 20th at 1PM. Russ Tice From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Russell D. Tice (born 1961) is a former intelligence analyst for the United States Air Force, Office of Naval Intelligence, Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), and National Security Agency (NSA). In December, 2005, Tice helped spark a national controversy over claims that the NSA and the DIA were engaged in unlawful and unconstitutional wiretaps on American citizens. He later admitted that he was one of the sources for the 2005 New York Times reporting on the wiretapping activities. After speaking publicly about the need for legislation to protect whistleblowers, Tice received national attention as the first NSA-whistleblower in May 2005 before William Binney, Thomas Andrews Drake, Mark Klein, Thomas Tamm, and Edward Snowden came forward. Checkout this link on RT News http://whowhatwhy.com/2014/01/16/transcript-another-nsa-whistleblower-russell-tice/
"All About Money" w/ John Sakowicz on KMEC Mondays at 1PM
John Sakowicz will be producing his show "All About Money" on KZYX every Monday at 1PM. John's guests come from Wall street, K Street and Main Street. High Finance to High Jinxs he explores it all with his guests. Tune in to stay tuned to the nuances you might otherwise miss by listening to other media outlets.
Candidates Forum Broadcast on KMEC
The Mendocino Environmental Center sponsored a Ukiah City Council Candidates Forum. All eight of the candidates participated in the forum moderated by MEC Board President Peter Good. The forum was broadcast live on KMEC LP 105.1 FM and a small group of voters sat in the "Ball Room" named after co-founders Gary and Betty Ball. The candidates each made a two minute opening statement and then proceeded to answer 15 questions that they had written for each other with a couple more from voters in attendance. You can listen to the podcast here on KMEC Radio. www.kmecradio.org
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An Informed Community is a Strong Community!
Ukiah City Council Candidate Forum to be held at the MEC on Tuesday October 14th at 6PM. The forum will be attended by all eight candidates and is open to the public. The event will be at the MEC 106 West Standley St. in Ukiah across from the courthouse. It will also be broadcast live on KMEC Radio 105.1 FM.
Living Well and Dying Well moving to Mondays 11AM
Living Well and Dying Well with Margy Henderson will be moving from Wednesdays at 1PM to Mondays at 11am - starts Monday September 22nd.
Join Norman de Vall for the Access Program Tuesday 10/16/2015
Join Norman de Vall and his guest Crispin Hollenshead on Tuesday Oct 16th at 10AM. Crispin Hollenshead is a well know local activist and oceanographer. Join them on KMEC LP 105.1 FM. Listen here
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