I thought this was a well written and very informative article and I waited eagerly for the new station. However, over the months it has not proven to be much more than a poor cousin to KMUN with limited NPR programming between classical music and their weekend emphasis on jazz. Such a disappointment. Now I am waiting for the OPB 6-watt transmitter since KMUN has apparently retreated from the goals stated in this article.

I would enjoy reading an updated interview with the KCPB station manager to hear who he is serving and why NPR programming is limited to a few hours weekdays only. Personally I think KMUN/KCPB is not serving the community well and some hard questions would help bring out who this foundation actually serves.

Aubrey Freemantle

Chinook

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