2017

Spring Fund Drive:  OUTSTANDING!

    Those of us who make our living behind a mic are rarely at a loss for words. But the response to Public Radio Tulsa’s Spring Fund drive left us speechless.

Thank you to all of you who made contributions, large and small, to support YOUR public radio station.  We surpassed our fund drive goal of $200,000 BEFORE the final day of the drive, and our total now stands at an astounding $233,801!  

WE ❤️ YOU!

Apr 10, 2017

We've said it before and we'll say it again. 
 

Because of you, we're able to continue to provide the highest quality news, information, conversation, and music. 

 We are at $225,367 and counting for the Spring 2017 Fund Drive!   

Thank you for listening, thank you for supporting, and thank you for standing with Public Radio Tulsa!

  

Tick tock! The doctor is in and she has issued a challenge. 

You can make a bigger impact with your dollars.  

Here's how the challenge works: this afternoon between 4:00 and 6:00 p.m. if we receive $2,000 in pledges, Dr. Kathleen Heffron will donate $1,000 to Public Radio Tulsa. 

Will you meet the challenge? DONATE NOW

Your Support is Still Crucial, Now More Than Ever. And we still have some GREAT thank you gifts for you. Check 'em out! 

Public Radio Tulsa/NPR Cap
$180/$15 per month or more
DONATE NOW

    

Love NPR and PRT?  Shout it to the world with this stylish charcoal gray ball cap!  This six panel cap has a self-fabric Velcro closure and sports the Public Radio Tulsa logo in front in white stitching, and the full-color NPR logo on the back.

 

 

No Pitch Wednesday?! What is is that?!

It just means no programming will be interrupted on Public Radio 89.5 tomorrow for our fund drive! All pledge reminders will be heard during regular scheduled breaks. 

See if you can hear the message from Wait, Wait...Don't Tell Me's Peter Sagal...

In the meantime, help us keep this incredible momentum going! We are 75% of the goal and counting! 

 DONATE NOW

You can also give us a call at (918) 631 - 3689 

Groundbreaking

Thought-provoking.
 
Data-driven. 

News without noise. 

Stories with context and fact. 

Great journalism. 

This is what you have come to love and appreciate about public radio. This is why you turn to Public Radio 89.5 KWGS for your source of news and information, local and national. This is made possible because of YOU. 

Public Radio Tulsa brings you great journalism and unforgettable music, every day.

Your support is more important than ever. And we want to hear from you! We are using listener comments on our social media and website during the Spring 2017 Fund Drive to encourage others to join you in supporting Public Radio Tulsa.

CLICK HERE to let us know why you support and your favorite program! 

You can read some of the quotes here:

Unforgettable, great, profound, vibrant, enduring

All adjectives that can be used to describe the classical music that you hear on Public Radio Tulsa's Classical 88.7 KWTU EVERY DAY. 

Great music has the power to stir emotions, gives you an escape, even if temporary, and is always there whenever you need it. 

Wikipedia

 

Two very high profile hearings took place this week on Capitol Hill. The House Intelligence Committee is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election and the Senate Judiciary Committee is grilling President Trump’s nominee to be the next justice of the US Supreme Court. 

Get caught up and  follow the real-time coverage here with the NPR live blogs.

It’s springtime at Public Radio Tulsa, and we have a variety of warm weather thank-you gifts, some for as little as $10 a month! 

But hurry…the clock is ticking on our TWO Early-Bird Specials! DONATE NOW

YOUR PLEDGE. OUR GRATITUDE.

  

EARLY-BIRD SPECIAL: Southwood Herbs
$120/$10 per month or more
DONATE NOW  

It's almost spring, when thoughts turn to...supporting Public Radio Tulsa!  Our Spring Fund Drive will be March 29 - 31 on KWTU, and April 3 - 8 on KWGS.  But don't wait!  Pledge now and take advantage of our TWO Early-Bird thank-you gifts!

Historically Black

Jan 31, 2017
APMReports.

Objects hold history. They evoke stories stamped in time. The Smithsonian's new National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. has opened up a world of stories that visitors are flocking to discover. 

Indivisible

Jan 24, 2017

Indivisible is public radio’s national show about America in a time of change.