KRCL

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  • Call Letters: KRCL
  • Frequency: 90.9
  • Affiliations: NPR and Rocky Mountain Community Radio

KRCL is a VOLUNTEER driven, NON-PROFIT, LISTENER-SUPPORTED, community radio station. The purpose of KRCL is to provide media exposure for music, ideas and viewpoints that are under-represented in mainstream commercial media. KRCL airs 55 different music programs and 31 public affairs programs each week. KRCL serves our community by providing: A diverse selection of music programming Local public affairs programs that focus on important community concerns; including lifestyle and gender issues, politics, the arts, the environment, and more. Free public service announcements for non-profit organizations. Sponsorship of community events and concerts. Ethnically diverse programming. KRCL has programming in over 8 different languages, providing the only radio voice for many of Utah's minority populations. National public affairs and news programs.

Series

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3 Pieces

KRCL's Radioactive team brings you short audio stories about food, culture and family.

  • From: KRCL
  • Updated: Nov 27, 2023
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8 Pieces

Utahns share their COVID experiences

  • From: KRCL
  • Updated: Sep 29, 2021
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5 Pieces

Stories from the Other Side is a collaboration between rising journalists from the University of Utah, graduates of The Other Side Academy (TOSA), Amplify Utah, and KRCL's RadioACTive.

  • From: KRCL
  • Updated: Apr 22, 2024
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5 Pieces

Utah is the second driest state in The United States. Water is given to us by mother nature and with that we build a connection with water that is inseparable as it's needed for life. This series seeks to better understand our relationship to water in a desert state that is urbanizing rapidly. How has our relationship with water changed and how has it remained the same?

  • From: KRCL
  • Updated: Jul 17, 2023

Latest Pieces

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A four-way interview explores advances in menopause care, including culturally competent health care providers.

  • Added: Jun 12, 2024
  • Length: 06:25
Caption: We Are All Water student artwork, Credit: DLYC Student
Connor Estes had the opportunity to learn about the We Are All Water Project through the STEM Community Alliance Program (STEMCAP) at the Universit...

  • Added: Jun 03, 2024
  • Length: 11:56
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An interview explores the logistics of death and dying.

  • Added: May 24, 2024
  • Length: 05:04
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With the Pro Palestinian student protests sweeping the US, University of Utah Professor of Writing and Rhetoric Kendall Gerdes sees a cultural shif...

  • Added: May 14, 2024
  • Length: 07:16
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RadioACTive Correspondent Tamrika Khvtisiashvili is back with a conversation with three friends who live in Hebron, a Palestinian City in the West...

  • Added: May 03, 2024
  • Length: 23:39
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Diego Cortez shares his tattoo journey—from gangs to his leadership role at The Other Side Academy—as he navigates life experiences through the ink...

  • Added: Apr 22, 2024
  • Length: 23:56
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A story about the ways mentors can shape us—for better and worse. Recovery coach Tiffany Blair from The Other Side Academy/Village reflects on the ...

  • Added: Apr 22, 2024
  • Length: 20:12
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Salt Lake City has a large recovery community, with even more communities hidden within it. Music has become an impactful and transformative experi...

  • Added: Apr 22, 2024
  • Length: 18:17
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University of Utah journalism students Isaac Dunaway and Thatcher Patterson share their experience visiting the kitchen of The Other Side Donuts, w...

  • Added: Apr 22, 2024
  • Length: 11:29
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Student journalists Sofia Kelson, Nathalia Montoya, and Zach Robinson—dive into the stories of women at TOSA, headquartered in Armstrong Mansion on...

  • Added: Apr 22, 2024
  • Length: 17:09