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These coverage maps show the signals of the old KMUE signal at 1,250 Watts (at 88.3 MHz) and the new one at 10,000 Watts (at 88.1 MHz). 
The default image is the coverage map of the 1,250 Watt signal. Move your mouse over the image and off again to see the difference.

 

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Listing of KMUD Board of Directors with the year their term ends shown in parentheses - Information updated as of Aug. 16, 2014

Members’ Reps - President, Siena Klein (2017); Julia Minton (2015); Cody "Comfy" Dillon (2017).
Programmers’ Reps - Dan Murphy (2017); Marcy Stein (2015) resigned Nov. 2014; Secretary, Jack Frybulous (2016).
Board-appointed - Christine Doyka (2014); Mark Marchese (2017).
Station Manager, Jeanette Todd (ex-officio).

One seat is currently vacant and  will be filled as soon as the Board is able to identify someone willing and able to act as Treasurer.
A Vice-President will be appointed at the next Board meeting: Sept. 9, beginning at 4 PM, at the Healy Senior Center in Redway.

Our Board of Directors usually meets at the Healy Senior Center (456 Briceland Rd., Redway) on the 1st Tuesday of the month, starting at 4 pm. If you'd like to attend, be sure to first phone the KMUD office (923-2513) during business hours: 9 AM- 4 PM, Mon - Fri.) to confirm that no changes in meeting location or time have taken place.

 Click here to write a message to the Board or e-mail all members of the Board by addressing an e-mail to: board ( followed by @kmud.org )

The KMUD Audio Archive exists so you can listen when it's convenient for you.
KMUD is able to bring you the new and improved Audio Archive as part of our affiliation with Pacifica Radio.

If you missed a show on the radio, now you have another opportunity to listen.
There are three "actions" you can take to listen to the programs archived here: You can play all programs, and you can download news and talkshows to your computer's hard drive. You can also subscribe to some of them as "podcast."
  • Play
    Click on the "Play" link to listen to the show you want to hear.
    For copyright reasons music programs are not available for download.
  • Download
    Downloading lets you save a copy of the chosen program to your computer hard drive. Only public affairs, news, and talk shows are available for downloading.
    By simply clicking on the "Download" link your browser will start downloading the file and after a moment will start playing it. You could listen to the whole show in this manner if you like. Once the show is all downloaded you could go to your browser's File menu, and choose Save As, enter a name and a location, and save the file to your computer's hard drive.
    However, you might prefer to do the following to download quickly: Mac users can hold down the CTRL key while clicking the mouse on the "Download" link then choose the "Saved Linked File" (it might also be called "Save Link") option from the pop-up menu. Windows users should right-click and choose "Save Target As..." to save the file.
  • Podcast
    Podcasting lets you automatically receive the latest episode of your chosen program as soon as it's available. You need to "subscribe" to receive a podcast, rather like you might subscribe to a magazine and get it delivered each week. In order to sign up for a podcast you need a piece of podcast software usually available free of charge (iTunes, Juice, and Doppler are popular examples. Click here for a list of podcast software). This software will check for new episodes and automatically download them for you. Instructions for subscribing to Podcasts will vary with the software but in general the steps you follow will involve copying the podcast's link (PC users: right click the Podcast Button Podcast button and select "Copy Link Address," Mac users: hold down the control key, click and select "Copy"). Then paste the link into the subscription field of your podcasting software ("Add Podcast" or "Subscribe to Podcast" in most software).

Shows will remain here for the number of days listed.
You can sort the listing by Show Name or Date by clicking on the column title.

For help, you can email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call the station during regular business hours: (707) 923-2513.

Thanks to Otis Maclay for his assistance and for developing the Open SourceOticorderand the Archive and Podcasting System, both of which are freely available to any community radio station. Thanks to John Bachman of WJFF Radio Catskill for writing these instructions!

CHANGE OF TIME AND PLACE for the August meeting of Redwood Community Radio's Board of Directors will take place on Friday, Aug. 24 at 1:00 pm in the dining room at the Humboldt House Inn, Garberville.


Read the agenda for the meeting.

Redwood Community Radio announces an opening for a new KMUD Board Member to be appointed by the Board at its August meeting. The nomination period is open now and continues until August 21st. Nominations can be emailed to: boardelections - at - kmud.org. Board terms are three years.

HD Radio™ Technology upgrades broadcast radio from analog to digital. Broadcasters that upgrade to HD Radio Technology can provide consumers listening with HD Radio enabled receivers many benefits that improve their listening experience: CD-like digital audio quality and useful data services such as real-time traffic, iTunes Tagging and Artist Experience are just a few examples. Today, there are more than 2,100 stations serving local markets across the country with HD Radio Broadcast Technology. In addition to the upgrades to the original primary channel – the HD1 – HD Radio Technology enables broadcasters to create extra FM channels on the radio dial. We call these HD2/HD3 channels and today more than 1,400 HD2/HD3 channels are available in radio markets across the country, thereby providing consumers more diverse listening options than ever.

HD2/HD3 channels are found adjacent to a radio station’s traditional location on the dial. These channels provide a wide range of new, diverse content and often provide expanded coverage of the content played on the primary HD1 channel. For example, if a consumer traditionally enjoys listening to classic rock on 101.1 FM (the HD1), with HD Radio Technology there can be a second rock channel – perhaps deep cuts from a great album – on the HD2 channel and additional creative programming on the HD3.

With HD Radio Technology, stations have many ways to reach listeners with exciting new services and additional useful content via HD2/HD3 channels. Whether that is by broadcasting three related music genre on each HD Radio channel, by mixing talk radio with music, placing sports on the FM dial, by providing in-language channels, or numerous other possibilities, HD Radio Technology is a major upgrade to the traditional analog radio listening experience.

Approved by the Federal Communications Commission as the only system for digital AM and FM broadcasting in the United States; HD Radio Technology is developed and licensed by iBiquity Digital Corporation and supported by the leaders of the broadcasting, consumer electronics and automotive industries.

HD Radio broadcasts are available subscription free. Only an HD Radio enabled receiver is required and there are many choices. A couple of models will be available from KMUD in the very near future. To review available HD Radio enabled receivers, please visit www.hdradio.com and click on “Buyer’s Guide.” 

 

 On 12-27-2011, at approximately 9:15 a.m. a Humboldt County Deputy Sheriff was driving north on US 101 near Fernbridge Drive, Loleta when he witnessed a 1994 White Mazda Protégé weaving on the highway. The deputy ran a registration check on the vehicle which revealed the registration was expired. The deputy activated his emergency lights to stop the vehicle for the traffic violations. The vehicle yielded to the deputy after it took the Singley Hill off ramp where it stopped. As the deputy approached the vehicle on foot to make contact with the driver, the vehicle sped off at a high rate of speed. The deputy was able to look at the driver and passenger before they fled. The deputy pursued the vehicle with his lights and siren as the vehicle drove onto Loleta Drive, and into the town of Loleta. The vehicle reached speeds of over 80 mph in a 25 mph zone and ran several stop signs to evade the deputy. The deputy terminated the pursuit in the interest of public safety.

Shortly after the pursuit was terminated the Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center was notified by a citizen the car was now parked on Park Street, Loleta The deputy located the car and a female walking away from the vehicle. It was the same female who had been in the passenger seat. The driver had fled on foot. The deputy searched the vehicle and found a loaded .44 magnum handgun with the serial numbers removed under the front passenger seat, along with an 8” long double edged dagger and a syringe. The female passenger, Nachel Black, 33 years old of Arcata was arrested for interfering and resisting arrest, along with possession of loaded firearm in a vehicle, possession of firearm with the serial numbers removed and possession of an illegal weapon. She was booked into the Humboldt County Correctional Facility, where her bail is set at $25,000.00. The deputy through his investigation and a tip from Rio Dell Police Department learned the driver of the vehicle was Christopher Glen Mell, 31 who is on active parole.

The Sheriff’s office issued a be-on-the lookout (BOLO) for Mell to all local law enforcement agencies, and contacted his parole agent. Mell is wanted for felony evasion; felon is possession of a loaded handgun, felon in possession of ammunition and carrying a loaded firearm in vehicle.

Christopher Glen Mell is further described as: White Male, 31 years old, strawberry blond hair, blue eyes, 5-4, 150 pounds.

Anyone with information for the Sheriffs Office regarding wanted suspects or criminal related activity is encouraged to call the Sheriffs Office at 707-445-7251 or the Sheriffs Office Crime Tip line 707-268-2539.

Christopher Glen Mell

On 12-27-2011, approximately 7:00 p.m. the Sheriffs Office responded to the 41000 block of Highway 36, Dinsmore in regards to an assault. Upon the deputies arrival they spoke with two female victims outside the residence who reported Todd Vernon Nelson, 49 years of Dinsmore assaulted three people at the residence with his fists, and was armed with a filet knife. Nelson had been residing at the residence with the victims.

Deputies learned during their investigation Nelson had a no bail felony warrant out of the State of Washington Department of Corrections for Escape.

When deputies attempted to contact Nelson, he barricaded himself in the residence shoving chairs and other items against the doors. Deputies spent approximately forty five minutes attempting to negotiate with Nelson before forcing entry into the residence and taking him into custody.

The victims did not need treatment for their injuries and Nelson is being held in the Humboldt County Correctional Facility without bail awaiting extradition to Washington.
 Todd Vernon Nelson

Gregory Dalton Fitzgerald

The Humboldt County Sheriffs Office is attempting to locate two suspects.


Suspect number 1 (right) is Gregory Dalton Fitzgerald, 27 years old, white male adult, 5'8", 185 pounds, Brown hair, Brown eyes

Fitzgerald is wanted for possession of stolen property from a Home Invasion Robbery which occurred on November 21, 2011 in the McClellan Mountain area, Humboldt County during which the victims were tied up, and a shotgun was brandished by the suspects.

Suspect number 2 (below) is Michael Sherman Stockhoff, 21 years old. He is white male adult ,5'11", 180 pounds, Brown hair, Blue Eyes

Stockhoff is only wanted for two no bail felony narcotics warrants at this time, he is believed to be with Fitzgerald.

Michael  Sherman Stockhoff Anyone with information for the Sheriffs Office regarding wanted suspects or criminal related activity is encouraged to call the Sheriffs Office Crime Tip line 707-268-2539.

 

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Our Mission and Vision

Vision Statement: Redwood Community Radio envisions a community of listeners who, guided by example of RCR programming, work together to create better, more just and sustainable world systems to ensure that all human and other living species on earth move toward higher quality of life and are able to survive the challenges in the times ahead.

Mission Statement: Redwood Community Radio will encourage a communication center of open airways (KMUD) for all voices to inform, educate, entertain and inspire the listening community through quality programming.

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