KGLT – your community music station – continues to celebrate a half century of great music with its annual on-air and online fundraiser.
Following its spring postponement due to the global coronavirus pandemic, the 2020 KGLT Fund Drive has relaunched and will run through Saturday, June 13th.
Non-commercial and mostly listener supported, the annual fund drive a major source of operating revenue for KGLT. During this week-long event, a staff of volunteer DJs take to the airwaves to offer a wide assortment of gifts donated by local businesses and organizations to entice listeners to support this rare breed of radio station. KGLT also offers its own line of gear with a fresh logo every year.
All are invited to participate in the 2020 KGLT Fund Drive by calling (406) 994-4492 during the live broadcast events, June 7th–13th, or pledge anytime at www.kglt.net. Listen to KGLT in Bozeman on FM frequencies 91.9 and 97.1 (MSU), 91.9 in Big Sky, 89.5 in Livingston, 89.1 in Helena, 107.1 in Gardiner and Mammoth Hot Springs, and 90.5 in Big Timber.
Operated as a program of Montana State University – Bozeman, KGLT has broadcasted from the campus since its inception in 1968, providing non-commercial, educational radio to area listeners. KGLT is funded by donations from listeners, grants, and foundations, as well as underwriting and support from the Associated Students of Montana State University (ASMSU). KGLT works with many clubs and programs on and off campus, writing and producing over 1,500 public service announcements per year on topics including sexual harassment, GED completion, senior education, preventative health measures, low cost medical services, humane control of animal population, new classes on campus, psychological counseling, crisis hotlines, among others. •