Public Radio Station providing Music, National Public Radio (NPR) Programs, and a Free Community Calendar.
KSUT Public Radio is a Colorado 501-C3 non-profit corporation. Established in 1976, KSUT has a weekly cummulative audience of over 40,000 listeners around the region. KSUT features two distinct radio stations: Southern Ute Tribal Radio serving the communities of Ignacio and Bayfield, Colorado at 91.3 FM and it's new signal 89.7 FM serving Bloomfield, Aztec, Farmington and Shiprock, New Mexico with Native American and local programming; and Four Corners Public Radio serving 14 different communities from Pagosa Springs, Durango and Cortez, Colorado to Farmington, Aztec and Bloomfield, New Mexico with national, local and international news, an eclectic music mix and cultural programming.
Financial support comes from membership contributions, the business community, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, special events and foundation grants. The station is governed by the KUTE, Inc. Board of Directors.
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