Suddenly our world is very different, filled with uncertainty for our families and communities. During the COVID-19 pandemic, KSUT has mobilized a news team to provide breaking and regional stories.
Despite losses in revenue in underwriting, festival ticket sales, and special events, Alpine Bank made an early commitment to sponsor KSUT's news coverage. In addition, generous members have contributed through donations as this has unfolded.
KSUT is providing valuable local coverage to the mix of national and international reporting done by NPR journalists on programs like All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Here and Now. We’re tracking the latest developments, including closures and re-openings, economic impact, medical research, and, most importantly, what you can do to keep you and your loved ones safe.
We need your help now to ensure news coverage continues in the critical months ahead. You and KSUT share a commitment to timely and factual reporting. And we can continue that work with your financial support. Please consider increasing your sustaining gift or making a one-time donation today to KSUT.
Our community will continue to find ways to weather this crisis, and, with your help, KSUT and NPR will be there every step of the way. Please keep yourself healthy, and thank you for listening to and supporting public radio.