Thom Hartmann will broadcast live from KBCS this Monday, June 24th.
Donate now to be automatically entered to win a pair of tickets to watch Thom’s live broadcast.
Ten ticket winners will be drawn live on the air this Friday, June 21st just before the end of The Thom Hartmann Program at noon. They will be called immediately following the drawing.
There’s no donation required to enter the drawing (drawing entry only), but your support will help to ensure that The Thom Hartmann Program and all of your KBCS favorites continue to remain independent and commercial free.
KBCS is giving away a private luxury picnic cruise for six on a classic wooden yacht in Lake Washington. Donate now to support the KBCS programs you count on each and every day, and when you do you’ll be automatically entered into the drawing.
The drawing will take place just before 3pm today. There’s no donation required to be entered into the drawing (Drawing Entry Only), however, when you do contribute, you’ll hear your gift hard at work each time you tune-in and get automatically entered at the same time.
Today is Fair Trade Friday at KBCS! That means when you make a one-time donation of $120 or become a KBCS Sustaining Donor at the $10/month level we will thank you with the KBCS coffee mug PLUS a bag of delicious Fair Trade coffee from our partners at Equal Exchange.
This offer is only good for a few more hours so take advantage of supporting the music, news, and commentary you count on while also treating yourself to quality coffee and a mug that will make you think of KBCS every time you take a sip! Please make your donation now!
While in NYC, you’ll also have an opportunity to tour the studios of Democracy Now! and meet and dine with Amy Goodman.
While there’s no donation required to be entered into the drawing (enter here), your support is critical to keeping the independent news, commentary, and music you count on going strong. Please contribute today!
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump debated at Hofstra University last night, and Democracy Now! covered the event in a three hour special.