Capital Campaign

Thanks to the Southern Ute Drum for publishing an article regarding the match! To read it, click here.  

We Made It to Our $1 Million Match!

We are pleased to announce that due to the generous support of hundreds of KSUT listeners and supporters, we have met the $1 million challenge match!  Thank you to all of you who have helped make our dream of moving into a new home on the Southern Ute Tribal campus a reality!  While we are thrilled to have met this major milestone in our fundraising, we still have the need to raise additional funds for our new home.  If you are interested in participating in this exciting project, please review the information on our website and let us know if you have any additional questions. 

With deep gratitude, 
The KSUT Family

KSUT's Capital Campaign

Jun 27, 2018

A Once-in-a-Generation Opportunity

This is a very exciting time for KSUT Public Radio and for our community. For the first time in our 42-year history, KSUT is embarking on a three-phased capital campaign. Phase 1 consists of renovating an existing building in Ignacio to create our new home, named the Eddie Box Jr. Media Center; Phase II will establish a Local News and Public Affairs Tribal Media and Training Program; and Phase III will establish the Carlos Sena Legacy Fund, an endowment program to ensure KSUT remains strong and relevant for another 42 years and beyond. To date, we have raised over $4.0 million toward the goal of $5.5 million for our multi-phased capital campaign.

Capital Campaign Phase I: Modern Broadcast Facility

Jun 22, 2018

Goal: $2.5 Million- Timeline: Fall 2019

The Need for a New Facility

Capital Campaign Phase II: Program Expansion

Jun 22, 2018

Phase II - Program Expansion

Local News & Public Affairs

The production and presentation of quality, in-depth and relevant regional news and public affairs programming is an important need in the Four Corners region. But, providing for this is a formidable task.

Capital Campaign Phase III: Carlos Sena Legacy Fund

Jun 22, 2018

Securing the Future of KSUT

In a climate where national media conglomerates have purchased many locally owned radio stations, the role of an independent public radio station such as KSUT is of critical importance to small and rural communities. Combined with threats to funding for public broadcasting and an unstable economic environment, it is vital that KSUT plan for its future through the creation of the Carlos Sena Legacy Fund.