In search of talent

We’re reaching out to local musicians, artists, writers, and people of the community to be a part of upcoming fundraising events that are currently being planned. You fit the bill—so we’re hoping you can help us out.

Please let us know if you’re interested in jamming, doing a reading, donating, or volunteering in any way.

Our station continues to grow every day and we are currently awaiting FCC granting us our construction permit. We are now in the stage of  fundraising to begin our station build-out.

Let us know if you have any questions and we hope to hear from you soon!


  1. Kevin Kepple Reply

    This sounds like a wonderful idea and I’d love to help out. I’m interested in a dj spot to promote local bands and shows. As an retired musician myself, I know how hard it can be to get out and get noticed. I want t to help local talent make a name for themselves in the community. Please let me know your thoughts. Thanks!

    1. dom Reply

      Your ideas fall in line with what we’re wanting to do at Fulcrum. There’s a meeting tonight at Toast in Ballard at 7PM to discuss Programming. If you can’t make that, posting on the forums would be another good avenue to pursue.

  2. Reinhardt Reply

    This sounds like an awesome idea and I’d love to help out. I’m interested in a medium that I call “Artwork Entertainment” to promote local artists and connect them to business owners that need live painting events, artwork fundraisers, company team building through artwork workshops, live gallery runway shows and artwork events to market their company. I know how hard it can be to get out and get noticed. I want t to help local talent make a name for themselves in the community and at the same time help local business thrive by using local talent. Please let me know your thoughts.

  3. Robert Clancy Reply

    Just today, I read about Fulcrum seeking on air talent for it’s new local radio station, based upon Ballard, Fremont, Queen Anne, and Magnolia.

    I am well educated, and am excited about career change opportunities; saying the potential of helping this project launch is something I find most intriguing, is an understatement.

    In short, I am well educated in politics, religion, sports, law, etc. I pride myself in being well read, and an above average linguist. Although not having any published works, I have been prolifically commenting online for years, and have been acknowledged by thousands of followers and readers, (of course, agreeing and disagreeing, in great numbers).

    I am also a Seattle native, and have been a member of the Ballard community for over twenty years. This gives me a unique perspective regarding the important issues facing our community, and has resulted in my having many connections with local business leaders, who I am confident would donate much needed funding to your cause. I assure you, if I am honored to become a member of your team, these donations will materialize.

    Apparently, I missed your recent on air talent audition, recently held at Ballard Library. If any positions remain, I would be excited and honored to offer myself as a candidate for such a position.

    Thank you again, for the effort to provide community education,. and the improvement which undoubtedly will result from it. I have no doubt one of the important tasks you undertake at this embryonic stage, is assembling the best team possible.

    Again, if you are interested in a quality partner, with deep community ties, it would be an honor to join your team.


    1. Mikey Reply

      Hello Mr. Clancy,
      We are excited about your enthusiasm. Just to let you know, you didn’t miss an open call for talent. We are looking for content submissions, on-air talent, producers, etc. If you are interested in joining us, please do. We have a monthly meeting called the Programming “Potluck” where we gather and work on producing shows with people of all levels and abilities. We are currently streaming our station and will be going on the air later. The next “Potluck” is on Thursday, March 10th 6 pm at the Greenwood Library. Be sure to check our BaseCamp website: for more information. Hope to see you in March!

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