Have an idea for the next great program on KYRS? Complete the form below, then submit it for consideration. Your Community Radio Station is waiting to hear from you!

KYRS Thin Air Community Radio

– 88.1 & 92.3FM –

Program Proposal Form

Notes About Our Process: All program proposals must be submitted in writing; either by e-mail or by postal mail. As the program schedule is rather full and we are seeking specific programming at this time, program proposals are reviewed in priority order and thus the response time does vary quite a bit. If it does not meet the current needs of KYRS, your proposal will be saved on file for a period of one year for future consideration. You can contact the Program Director to inquire about the status of your proposal at programdirector@kyrs.org.

If a proposal is accepted by KYRS, the candidate is invited to come to the station for an interview.  The candidate must successfully complete the interview, training process, 30 hours of volunteering at the station and become a member of KYRS before the show itself is approved for broadcast.  All programs are the property of KYRS.

Please note that we cannot accept proposals from groups or organizations, only from individuals.  Thank you for your interest in KYRS, we look forward to reviewing your proposal.
Program Directors
KYRS Spokane, Thin Air Community Radio
35 West Main Street, Spokane, WA  99201

Please answer the following questions as completely and succinctly as possible. When finished, click “Submit” or email your completed proposal to programdirector@kyrs.org.

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Mission Statement
Thin Air Community Radio shall serve the Spokane area with progressive perspectives, filling needs that other media do not, providing programming to diverse communities and un-served or underserved groups.

Thin Air programming shall place an emphasis on providing a forum for non-corporate and neglected perspectives and discussions on important local, national and global issues, reflecting values of peace, social, economic and environmental justice, human rights, democracy, multiculturalism, freedom of expression and social change.

Thin Air's arts, cultural, and music programming shall cover a wide spectrum of expression from traditional to experimental and reflect the diverse cultures Thin Air serves.