A community radio station can’t run without support from….  the community! It takes a surprising range of disciplines to operate smoothly. No matter your skill set, we can find a place (or two) for you.



Skill sets required

While we have the strongest needs for volunteers in the Capacity and Development and Programming committees, we need the help of everyone from tax preparers to lawyers to handypeople to on-air talent, and everything between. If you have a service you’d like to provide, let us know. We’ll find a job for you.

We have three committees that take care of most of the work related to our LPFM community radio project.

Capacity and Development – All things related to public relations, finance, fundraising, real estate, legal, volunteer recruitment, developing partnerships with neighborhood organizations, etc.

Engineering– All technical aspects of studio equipment and broadcasting equipment.

Programming– All aspects of programming: ideas for shows, show planning, and finding people to do shows. Have a great idea for a show? Feel free to pitch it to us. If you’re interested in producing a show, we plan to make available some portable production kits as well as lessons on how to make your production ready for airing.

Get In Touch With Us– Tell us a little about yourself and your interests with this form :

 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdAkV O1ekarhC_EhprIyCElLc9hhEWglJz7fI9Lyei6dTuRw/viewform

You can ask questions at info@kbfgseattle.org or call us at 206-317-4518.

Word of mouth helps also

Take a minute to like us on Facebook and visit us on Twitter .

Share one of our posts. Play our station at work. Tell a neighbor about a great show you heard. The more our message spreads, the greater our value to the community.