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$1 Million to KDFC

Now that Classical KDFC in San Francisco is publicly supported rather than commercial, the station actively seeks funding from listeners and foundations.  That makes this news from bizjournals.com a very positive development: With the recent infusion of a $1 million gift from USC alumnus Kevin Klein — CEO of Alameda-based software company Wind River — and […]

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Catching Up

Hello to all.  I’ve been away for a while.  Many of you know that I lost my husband of 40 years suddenly and unexpectedly at the end of July.  Thank you for your notes and condolences. In Boston, longtime classical broadcaster David MacNeill has passed away at age 80.  MacNeill worked at classical WCRB for […]

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Good News in SF: KDFC Expands

The University of Southern California is adding to its collection of stations  in the Bay Area with the purchase of KCNL 104.5 in San Jose.  The goal is to increase the coverage of classical KDFC into the South Bay area.  If you’ve been paying attention, you’ll recall that KDFC switched from commercial to public early in 2011.  […]

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San Francisco Classical Still in Flux

From Tom Taylor at Radio-Info.com: the classical listening community and the displaced adult alternative community are both unhappy in San Francisco. First of all KUSF listeners are still bummed about the way Entercom and USF dumped their adult alternative programming with no warning and moved KDFC to the KUSF frequency at 90.3.  It’s sort of convoluted. […]

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