Station Announcements

KFAI is currently seeking program proposals for three blocks of airtime: Sundays from 6 – 8 am, Wednesdays from 9 – 10 am and Thursdays from Noon – 2 pm.

KFAI’s Board of Directors, staff and volunteers extend immense thanks to the 120 donors who contributed $6,960.01 on Give To The Max Day! Thanks to each of you, KFAI exceeded last year’s total on Give To The Max Day. Special gifts will be given to the 90th and 106th donors.

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KFAI is currently seeking listener members to serve on the 2012 program committee and the deadline to apply is this Friday!

Program committee members must attend monthly meetings and should be devoted to helping KFAI meet its mission of developing program content and delivery mechanisms.

There are two open seats to fill — a two-year term and a one-year term.

Interested in the democratic control of your radio station? KFAI board nominations are currently open, and will close on OCT 7th for listener-members! Read on for details and application materials.


KFAI thrives best when we have active participation from our community.

KFAI’s, Fresh Air Radio is celebrating 33 and 1/3 years of community radio. You Make the Difference in KFAI’s History.

KFAI is YOUR community station for Programming Without Boundaries, brought to you by a Rich Tapestry of Authentic Volunteers.

District 61 State Senator Canidate Elsa Batica and Bob Dewitt of the Passport Agency a Division of the US Department of State live on the Filipino American National News tonight from 9-930pm.

KFAI’s engineering staff is still troubleshooting the cause for the ongoing failure of some of our shows to generate mp3 archives. The problem is sporadic; until an explanation can be nailed down we can expect to intermittently see programs without an mp3 archive. This problem is being actively worked on.

KFAI is a proud sponsor of the 6th Annual FLOW Northside Arts Crawl:, on Saturday, July 30, 2001, 3:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. This free, family oriented event is a unique collaboration between business and arts organizations showcasing artists of all ages.

KFAI’s Chief Engineer cleaned up the sound quality of KFAI’s live stream and archives on Friday, July 1, 2011 and the sound quality has been improved. If you have questions or feedback, please call 612.341.3144 ×23. Thank you!