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KTXK Spring 2015 Pledge Drive!
April 11 - 19

If you would like to make a pledge to KTXK, you can do so by clicking the Donate button below.

Dear Member and Supporter:

      I hope that you will take a moment and consider a pledge of support to KTXK your Public Radio Station.

     This Pledge Drive is taking on an especially different flavor.  As many of you know KTXK will be moving into its brand new studios in early summer.  It is the first time in the 34 year history of KTXK that we have designed and built studios that are for radio broadcasting.  Our current home is literally falling down around us and we must move.

     We are able to build these new facilities because of ONE tremendous listener and supporter who has written a check for the entire costs of the new station.  THE ONLY thing that this person is asking is that we encourage all of our listeners to support the great programming on KTXK with a pledge of support during this drive. The check has been written, the construction has begun, and I and our benefactor hope that you will help us to pay the bills for programming.

      I hope that you will understand that we have limited the number of gifts during this drive.  It has become very costly to order large quantities of gifts and many times we end up with leftovers that cost money.  I very much want to reward our listeners that pledge at different levels and to say thank you. Please know that I can’t thank each of you enough for the support you give us to keep our mission alive.            

     You will also notice that we are continuing the unique opportunity for those of you pledging at the $200 level or above.  At this level we are going to give your business or favorite charity a month long underwriter package on KTXK.  They will sound just like any other announcement on the air and be recorded and written by me. Here is a chance to promote yourself, another business, or your church.

     I also encourage our members to call me anytime with a concern you may have at (903) 748-4541 or email me to steve@ktxk.org.

            Whatever the pledge level is, please know that I cannot say enough times THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU.

Steve Mitchell,
General Manager KTXK-FM

 

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KTXK 91.5 FM is a National Public Radio and American Public Media affiliate community-oriented, non-commercial radio station licensed to Texarkana College. Now with 100,000 watts of power, the station serves the three state areas of Northeast Texas, Southwest Arkansas and Southeast Oklahoma. KTXK's mission is to broadcast programs that you will not hear anywhere else in the area.

On KTXK you will find a variety of music, news, sports, cultural and public affairs programs. The schedule occasionally changes, so check the program guide often for schedule updates and upcoming events.

 

Contact us with you comments or suggestions:
General Manager: Steve Mitchell
News Director: Sabrina McCormick Norton
Music Director: Frank Miller
Classical Director: Alton Pettigrew
Chief Engineer: Scott Williams
Staff Announcers: Frank Miller, Pat Miller, & Alton Pettigrew
 

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2500 North Robison Road
Texarkana, Texas 75599
(903) 823-3269 or 3262

Fax Number (903) 823-3451
Attn: KTXK Radio

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