KCSB FM is once again providing an important service to the Santa Barbara community by airing an exclusive lecture by Naomi Klein, author of the book, “The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism.” Klein’s lecture will air Monday, November 12, at 8 a.m., as part of KCSB’s singular Santa Barbara Lectures series. Worldwide audiences [...]
Today's newscast includes a story from KCSB science reporter Megan Murray about galaxies colliding in our universe. And we have a report from Stephanie Espinoza about increased financial aid for college students. Josh Steele interviews KCSB general manager Josh Redman about the radio station’s upcoming Fund Drive. And we have a global headline [...]
Today's newscast: an interview by Wendy Kaysing with a Marine who served in Iraq. He is now working to end the war in Iraq. And we have a report on an upcoming hearing on the National Marine Sanctuary Program (Cathy Murillo interviewed Congressmember Lois Capps). And Summer Galante interviewed UCSB students on their reaction to Halloween policing [...]
Today's newscast: A report on what happened in Isla Vista over the Halloween weekend (Erika Stern and Cathy Murillo). And we’ll have a story about a controversial movie screening related to the so-called Islamo Fascism Week at UCSB (Philip Montalbano and Avalon Jeffrey). Finally, we’ve got an update on actions by the Isla Vista Tenants Union [...]
KCSB Reporter Tom Standifer produced this story about an anti-war event planned for Sat., Oct. 27, in Santa Barbara. Activists are also calling for a more sustainable society. Participants should gather at Vera Cruz Park at 11:30 a.m.
Today's newscast includes an update on the Ranch Fire in Ventura County (Jeff Pollard), a report on a proposal by Fairview Gardens to build farm worker housing (Joseph Farsakh), headlines by Josh Steele, and announcements by Cathy Murillo. Jordan Katz was our announcer.
Today's newscast includes an update on Ventura County’s Ranch fire. And KCSB reporter Jackie Sheeley brings us a pre-Halloween story on legal rights students should know about, before they hit the streets of Isla Vista. Reporter Harry Lawton has a story about the film, Killer of Sheep, screening tomorrow night at UCSB’s Campbell Hall. And we [...]
Today's newscast includes an interview with Bobbi Bratz of the S.B. Air Pollution Control District; she talks about air quality and precautions people should take during the advisory. Reporter Cam tu Dang updates listeners about fires burning in Ventura County, and reporter Erika Stern brings a story about Kappa Dash, an event raising money and [...]
Today's newscast includes stories about lesbian activist Alice Hom's upcoming visit to UCSB (Leonora Howard); UCSB's purchase of the Devereux property, and the teaching assistants' union coming to an agreement with UC officials (Tori Lyon); controversy surrounding the Dalai Lama (Joelle Goldman); and a report from Emily Underwood on how [...]
Today's newscast includes stories about Measure A (on the city of Santa Barbara ballot this November), career fairs on the UCSB campus, and about National Coming Out Day. Thanks to KCSB reporters Harry Lawton, Cam tu Dang, and Joelle Golda, respectively, for those stories. Plus, Summer Galante and Leonora Howard bring us global headlines.