Welcome to community radio in the upper rio grande region
KRZA is dedicated to maintaining its role as a connecting force in the community. We honor and preserve our Hispanic heritage and recognize the changing demographics that form the listenership of today. We serve our audience through quality programming that; entertains, provides information, and furthers the discussion of peace, social justice, the environment and intercultural sharing.
Connecting cultures along the Upper Rio Grande.
January 16, 2019: Join us for the psychedelic Era from 2-4 pm for psychedelic Rock from the 60's and 70's on 88.7FM, 98.7FM, 98.7FM, www.KRZA.org, or the TuneIn App on your mobile device.
Announcement Of Public Meeting: The Board of Directors of Equal Representation of Media Advocacy (ERMAC), dba KRZA FM Community Radio, will have their Regular Business Meeting on Thursday, January 17, 2019 @ 5:30PM, at the KRZA office, 528 9th Street in Alamosa, Colorado. The Agenda for this meeting is available at the KRZA office to anyone who wishes a copy. Minutes of the previous month's business will be available at this meeting, and after their approval of the Board, on the KRZA website, by mail request, and at the KRZA office in Alamosa, Colorado. KRZA Board Meetings are open to the public.
1/8/19 - We want to wish everyone a Happy New Year and would like to thank you all for your generous donations and your patience with us as we work on our transmitter problems. We have replaced $4,000 worth of parts on the San Antonio Mountain transmitter and still need to replace more in order for it to work at 100% again. In our recent Fall Fund Drive we did not meet our goal of $50,000 which included the amount we needed to cover the transmitter repairs. Since we fell short of our goal we only had enough to keep the station afloat and to put a few thousand dollars away for repairs. Due to the season change and the massive snow accumulation on the mountain we are currently unable to reach the transmitter to continue repairs at this time. The Board of Directors met on December 19th, 2018 to discuss ideas on what we can do to move forward. We decided as a Board and Staff that since it would be too difficult and costly to put any more funding into the San Antonio Mountain transmitter at this time, that we would continue efforts early Spring 2019. With the funds we were able to collect we will be buying a low-power transmitter of our own to be installed as a permanent back-up system for future problems. It will be a stronger transmitter than our current low-power transmitter (owned by our engineer), so it will broadcast further. We expect it to reach the entire San Luis Valley by the end of January 2019. Once the snow melts and roads are easier to drive on we will begin efforts on the San Antonio Mountain again. We expect to be back up and running at 100% before our Spring Fund Drive. So if you can help with any funds to help us with this future project please let us know at 719-589-8844 or click the PayPal link below. You can also mail donations to 528 9th Street, Alamosa, CO 81101. Thank you all again for your patience and support! If you have any questions please feel free to call the General Manager at 719-589-8844 or email him at email@example.com