Small radio station with big ambition

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Small radio station with big ambition

KSUT plans to up power with converted warehouse, fundraising campaign

Small radio station with big ambition

Stasia Lanier, music director with KSUT-FM, works during a morning show in Ignacio. Bruce Campbell, development director for KSUT, said the National Public Radio affiliate needs more space in order to fulfill its goals of adding programing, local news and public-affairs programs.
Chris Aaland, membership manager with KSUT-FM, describes the old, worn studio board as a ’70s muscle car. “It’s really fun to drive.”
KSUT-FM has been in a small brick house for about 25 years in Ignacio. If fundraising is successful, the public radio station plans to move to more spacious and modern quarters in spring 2015.
Chris Aaland, membership manager with KSUT-FM, walks through the narrow hallway of the building in Ignacio. All the wall space is used to store CDs, albums and files.
The architectural rendering shows plans for the Eddie Box Jr. Media Center, which will blossom by converting a warehouse.
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