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Excitement And Anticipation Build With Each Race Over Two Incredible Days. The Best Race at the Breeders’ Cup? Official Online Store of the Breeders’ Cup World Championships. Jump to navigation Jump to search For the airport serving Charleston, West Virginia, assigned the ICAO code KCRW, see Yeager Airport. KCRW was founded in 1945 to train servicemen returning from World War II in the then-new technology, FM broadcasting—hence its call letters, which stand for College Radio Workshop. It was a charter member of NPR in 1970, making Santa Monica College the second community college to own a public radio or television station. The new General Manager is Jennifer Ferro.
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Ferro is also the President of the KCRW Foundation, which provides financial support and other resources to ensure that KCRW can maintain and expand its mission consistent with economic, social and technological developments. American Public Media, and the BBC, a range of music programs and live in-studio performances, and locally produced news and culture programs. In August 2013, KCRW released a new logo and brand design created by Los Angeles-based branding agency Troika Design Group. PST with the station’s signature music program Morning Becomes Eclectic. KCRW covers the Southern California film industry with programs including The Business with Kim Masters, The Treatment with Elvis Mitchell, Martini Shot with Rob Long, and film reviews from Pulitzer Prize winning Wall Street Journal film critic Joe Morgenstern. From 1986 to 2002, KCRW was the on-air home of Joe Frank, hosting nationally broadcast shows Work in Progress, In The Dark, Somewhere Out There, and The Other Side. Frank produced over 200 radio shows for KCRW, which consisted of a series of monologues.
He’s spent his career grappling with all the grand topics: sex, love, morality, lust, greed, sin, fear, hatred, the search for meaning. Music programs feature an eclectic array of songs from around the globe, particularly on the daily music program Morning Becomes Eclectic and the daytime weekend line-up. Local and regional touring artists can send recordings to KCRW for consideration of airplay. PST on each Tuesday they are held. Since 2013, KCRW has put on the annual Radio Race, a 24-hour competition in which participants can write, record, and edit a nonfiction radio story.
Here Be Monsters”, a podcast about fears and the unknown, got its start on KCRW after winning Radio Race. KCRW’s flagship program is Morning Becomes Eclectic, a three-hour daily music program that has aired for more than 30 years. Historically, the show host is also the station’s music director. Isabel Holt created the show in 1978. Tom Schnabel hosted the show from 1979 to 1990. KCRW has given initial exposure to artists such as Coldplay, Norah Jones, Sigur Ros, Damien Rice, and David Gray. Streaming media is now prominent at the station, which streams thousands of hours of content each week.
KCRW provides three different live streams: the live broadcast, a 24-hour music service, and a 24-hour news service. KCRW has members across the country and the station regularly sponsors live music events throughout the United States and in Canada. KCRW promotes a great deal of live music events nationally, featuring both established and emerging artists. The Los Angeles Times reported an increase in tagging around MoCA after the exhibit opened to the public. KCRW programming is relayed by five full-power stations.