Denver, CO (August 12, 2019) – What’s better than new vinyl? Old vinyl! And KGNU will have plenty of old vinyl to choose from when our Annual Record and CD Sale is held on Sunday, Sept. 1.
Whether you are right-sizing your living space, digitizing your crates or changing your taste, music lovers tend to have an overflow. Please consider making a donation of your gently used audio treasures at our Boulder and Denver studios during business hours, by calling 303-825-5468 or by emailing Dave@kgnu.org to arrange a pick-up. Then come to the sale at our Denver station, 700 Kalamath St., and explore some new-to-you sounds.
Either way, we hope to see you at KGNU’s Annual Record and CD Sale: Sunday, Sept. 1, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or part two of the sale, Friday, Sep. 6 during KGNU’s 1390AM 15th Anniversary Party from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Unearth forgotten treasures and explore the dynamic spectrum of the deep dusty grooves, in support of your community radio station, KGNU.
What: KGNU’s Annual Record and CD Sale
When: Sunday, Sep. 1, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Where: 700 Kalamath St. Denver, CO 80204
Questions? Email Dave@kgnu.org
In 2019, KGNU will embark on a capital campaign to raise $1.25 million, with an equal amount to be matched by the City of Boulder. The matching grant is part of Boulder’s 2017 Community, Culture and Safety Tax Initiative and will allow KGNU to expand and upgrade its Boulder studios to create a regional community media center that will serve an even broader demographic.
At KGNU, a small staff working with more than 300 volunteers produce, host, report, DJ, administer and govern the station, broadcasting 18-20 hours of locally produced programming each day. Keep our mission alive for another 40 years by donating today!
KGNU Commitment to Community
Vision: The Boulder Community Broadcast Association, Inc. dba KGNU Community Radio envisions an actively engaged global community rooted in mutual respect, working together to advance a more equitable, just and environmentally sustainable society that ensures all peoples access to and participation in independent media.
Mission: KGNU seeks to stimulate, educate and entertain our audience, to reflect the diversity of the local and world community and to provide a channel for individuals, groups, issues, and music that have been overlooked, suppressed or underrepresented by other media.
As such, KGNU reaffirms our commitment to foster inclusive equitable practices, communities, and governance first and foremost inside our organization, and by proactively working toward building an inclusive and socially equitable local media landscape by challenging all forms of discrimination. We believe that by working together and embracing our differences, we forge stronger, more resilient and more inclusive communities.