KBOO's Community Advisory Board (CAB)

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KBOO Community Radio holds open meetings concerning the operations and programming of KBOO in accordance with requirements of the Communications Act of 1934, 47 U.S.C. 396, et seq. as amended, and certification requirements promulgated by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Information about KBOO Community Radio’s open meeting policy is also announced regularly on the air in the Pacific Northwest.

The Community Advisory Board (CAB) shall be permitted to review the programming goals established by the station, the service provided by the station, and the significant policy decisions rendered by the station. The board may also be delegated any other responsibilities, as determined by the governing body of the station. The board shall advise the governing body of the station with respect to whether the programming and other policies of the station are meeting the specialized educational and cultural needs of the communities served by the station, and may make such recommendations as it considers appropriate to meet such needs.

The role of the board shall be solely advisory in nature, except to the extent other responsibilities are delegated to the board by the governing body of the station. In no case shall the board have any authority to exercise any control over the daily management or operation of the station.

For more information about CAB meetings, please email the Station Manager manager [at] kboo.fm.

The next CAB meeting will be Dec 30 from 1-2pm. Meetings are being held via Zoom unless indicated otherwise.

The CAB members include:

Donovan Smith - Journalist, Artist

Fahiym B. Acuay - Music Writer, Event Planner

Paul Riismandel — Content Marketer, Podcaster

KBOO Board Liason:

KBOO Staff Liason: Jenna Yokoyama, Station Manager

CAB Members:    

What is KBOO doing well and could improve on for your community
Who in your community should be on the radio - who needs a mic, and who would benefit from training in the technical aspects to get out their message or music
What organizations should be using KBOO to help get the word out or to partner with?