Broadcasting LIVE from “The Bomb Shelter”.

Monday February 6, 2012 is a day that will live in infamy. Wait, that’s not really applicable here. Let’s try that again; Monday February 6, 2012 is the day broadcasts live from our new facility! This is a day KCSC staff and interns, present and past, of dreamt of for years. KCSC Radio has moved from “The Breadbox” on Ivy St. to “The Bomb Shelter” tucked away in the BMU on Chico State’s campus.

I speak for all of the KCSC staff when I say thank you to all of our loyal listeners, supporters, and alumni for your constant backing and love for the station. Without every single person along this journey, this dream wouldn’t have come to life.

I would like to give special thanks to a handful of people in particular (cue the orchestra, I’ve been practicing this speech in front of the mirror for awhile and I want everything to be perfect): to Peter DiFalco; our station engineer, for the priceless support, advice and expertise he has thrown our way; Denise Crosswhite, The Government Affairs Officers, Curtis Sicheneder and everyone with the Associated Students who have helped us along the way; Stephanie Swengel, Anita Rivas, and all of the alumni current KCSCers have had the pleasure of meeting this past year; previous BOD members, especially Jill Cleveland and Mike Chouinard, for paving the way for us; and last but not least, the current Board of Directors at KCSC for sticking it out through every single obstacle and remaining the weirdest, closest knit group of people I’ve had the pleasure of working with.

So please won’t you do us the favor of tuning into tomorrow, starting at 8am, for the sole reason all of this has taken place–to bring you the very best in live, unadulterated college radio. Your ears will thank you.


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