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  • 2020 Year End Review

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Thursday, December 31st, 2020 12:00am

    As 2020 unfolded with evolving challenges and change, public media found itself navigating an unprecedented landscape. This has made it more difficult for KPFK and Pacifica to rebound. These trying times, exacerbated by financial and organizational challenges, have underscored our need to adapt to face current and long-term problems.

  • Fall Feedback Survey

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Monday, December 14th, 2020 7:52am

    We recently conducted a feedback survey to help us better understand our audience and members. The survey covered programming, reasons for supporting KPFK, audience listening habits, and how the expanded 6 PM news is rated.

  • The Future of the KPFK 6 PM News

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Tuesday, October 20th, 2020 12:19pm

    To continue our service in Southern California with Pacifica quality news, we will be adding news from...

  • How They’ve Wanted to Stop Us

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Tuesday, August 4th, 2020 11:28am

    Oh, how they’ve wanted to stop us. Every day KPFK opens up a new controversy, a new societal pain point, a new cultural, political or community insight, and new revelations about everything that means something in your life. We can’t help it. It’s who we are and what we do. And we won’t stop.

  • We're Trying Something New

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Thursday, April 30th, 2020 10:24am

    Community media, news, services, and journalism are all cornerstones of our democracy and are more critical than ever. Many community organizations, publications, and independent media companies will become casualties of the pandemic. Our world has changed profoundly and KPFK is adapting to it, so we can still be here for you.

  • There Is No Replacement For An Activist State

    Posted by Anyel Z Fields at Monday, April 20th, 2020 11:07am

    We are watching how our long battle in bringing a progressive vision to our democracy is finally beginning to take hold. We were here long before Bernie Sanders and the New York Times shifted the conversation from liberal to progressive thinking.

  • California Was Once a Mostly Conservative State

    Posted by Anyel Z. Fields at Monday, March 2nd, 2020 1:25pm

    I often meet people who, in some way, were influenced by our programming over our long history.

  • The Price for KPFK

    Posted by Anyel Z. Fields at Tuesday, February 4th, 2020 12:00am

    The past few weeks have been eventful with the historic Impeachment trails, a rise in unsheltered Angelenos, the loss of Lila Garrett, and elections season is ramping up with the Iowa caucuses that KPFK and Pacifica covered.

  • End Of Year - Thank You

    Posted by Anyel Z. Fields at Tuesday, December 31st, 2019 8:00pm

    From myself and all the programmers and staff at KPFK, Have a wonderful New Years' Eve celebration. May your pursuit of happiness and efforts for a saner world be fruitful in the year to come. 

  • Listener Appreciation

    Posted by Anyel Z. Fields at Friday, May 31st, 2019 12:00am

    I want to extend my gratitude and appreciation to all who have helped and supported KPFK and the Pacifica Foundation during our fund drive. A special thanks to those that have been there for KPFK including its listeners through thick and thin. It was a tough decision to preempt our regular programming in May so that we could meet our goal to fund KPFK's operations.

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