KHOI Local Talk Goes Live

November 19, 2013 - 3:13pm -- ron

Hannah Dankbar

KHOI’s Local Talk program can now be heard live! Tune in at 7:00 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings to hear volunteer reporters interview other community members about local events, stories, and topics. This is the first talk program to go live at KHOI; with more to come when the production studio is completed.

New KHOI Studio Coming Soon!

October 21, 2013 - 3:20pm -- ron

KHOI has been hard at work preparing for a new studio. Funds are mostly raised and the design is drawn out; all that is left is construction, which is set to start soon. Plans include a live broadcast area and two recording studios projected to be complete before the end of the year. The main broadcast studio will be larger than a commercial radio station’s studio; the goal is to create a broadcast space that is community-friendly.

KHOI Interviews Ames City Council Candidates

September 26, 2013 - 2:20am -- ursula

Sept. 25, 2013

With Ames’ four Ward boundaries redrawn in 2011 and three of the current six council members not seeking reelection, The Ames City Council will have at least two, and as many as four, new members next year. Five of the council’s six seats – the most seats ever on one ballot in at least 30 years* – plus the mayoral race will be on the ballot.

 KHOI Community Radio, 89.1 FM, invited the public to hear the candidates appearing on the Nov, 5 ballot discussed the issues with journalist Lauris Olson during a series of broadcasts of the program, Local Talk, starting Monday, Sept. 30, and continued Wednesday, Oct. 2 and Friday, Oct. 4. Three candidates will appear live each day, answering questions from Olson and listeners from 7 to 7:55 a.m., with show rebroadcasts at noon and 7 p.m. the same day.

To hear these Local Talk programs on the web:

President's Speech on Syria Broadcast On KHOI

September 10, 2013 - 3:26pm -- paulhertz

KHOI interrupted their regularly scheduled programming tonight to bring you President Obama’s address to the nation on the Syrian crisis. The speech was carried live. There was be commentary and analysis until 9 p.m. The president’s speech culminated a weeklong media blitz urging military action against Syria for its use of poison gas in its civil war.


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