NOTE: Not all meetings from the year are recorded. Some are kept private when discussions have a sensitive topic.
Update on Web Conferencing Sites
May / remote recording apps update and the future use at radio stations / for those who can’t afford telephone hybrids / recording soundbites for news / live recorded interviews / examples of web RTC web apps or remote recording using web apps: Squadcast, Cleanfeed, and Iris etc. With Joseph McGuire of KSVR in Mount Vernon, WA
Connecting with Major Donors
May / Mary Oishi shares her perspective on connecting with major donors.
Mary Oishi was a Development Director at three stations: a community station, a college station, and a hybrid college/community station, from 1996 to 2019. She took the latter station that was routinely in the red, with no reserve funds and no major donors, to a station which balanced the books every year after her first 8 months, and before she retired, had compiled a $100,000 reserve fund and over $1 million promised to its endowment.
Meeting with board members of the Association of Affiliates
April / Ursula Ruedenberg (Pacifica Network) gives some background on the Pacifica Network Affiliates Unit.
Board members of the AOA Robin Collier (KCEI Taos), Rev Joan Ross (WNUC Detroit), Steve Pierce (WOOC Troy), and Joseph Orozco (KIDE Hoopa) share their vision for the affiliates. They invite station managers to share feedback.
Political Reporting with Lisa Loving
February / Lisa Loving is an award-winning journalist and media activist. As a staff member and volunteer at KBOO Community Radio in Portland, Oregon, she has trained hundreds of everyday people in the tools of independent journalism.
Meet & Greet with Pacifica Foundation Director Stephanie Wells
February / Group discussion
Favorite Local Programs (and AudioPort Programs)
February / Group discussion about favorite programs in Ames, Asheville, Durham, Hoopa and Louisville.
Building an Audience
February / Group discussion about approaches to building and audience, ways to identify a growing listenership, and underwriting.
Fundraising with WERU
January / Matt Murphy gets in the driver’s seat today to share fundraising approaches from East Orland, Maine. WERU’s breakdown is 50 percent – membership, 25 percent CPB, 15 percent – underwriting, 8 percent – foundation grants (mostly for special projects), and 2 percent – events and swag.
Donor Software Programs
January / Group discussion. In the first half of the conversation, people share thier experience with managing donor relationships. The software called EveryAction is mentioned. HubSpot is also mentioned. In the second half of the conversation, the Pacifica Network business manager discusses her experience with Little Green Light. We look at Little Green Light’s web page as well as HubSpot’s.