The WKAR Fall 2012 membership drive takes to the air beginning Friday on 90.5 and AM870, with a goal of keeping your local public radio strong in mid-Michigan. You can help make a quick start toward the campaign goal when you Give Now at WKAR.org.
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You can be a hero to mid-Michigan children and families. Nothing lights up a child's face like seeing a favorite TV character live and up close.
Volunteer as a WKAR mascot actor, hone your mime skills, and add to your acting resume all at once. SuperWHY!, Arthur, Word Girl, Curious George -- be a part of it when these national TV stars come to town.
A great opportunity for MSU and LCC Theatre students, Advertising, Public Relations and Marketing students.
Hit the streets to promote public television and radio in mid-Michigan!
What you do: - You play an important role as a WKAR brand ambassador - Create buzz and spread the word about WKAR at community events - Be that enthusiastic person to help gain fans and supporters - Pass out swag and handouts at local festivals - Take pictures for social media pages
WKAR-TV's annual June support campaign will take place June 1-17, with new programming on all three stations -- WKAR-TV, WKAR Create and WKAR World. In addition, program breaks will include segments recorded on location throughout the community.
WKAR-TV's annual June support campaign will take place June 1-17, with new programming on all three stations -- WKAR-TV, WKAR Create and WKAR World. During program breaks, viewers will notice many familiar area sites recorded on location.
We hope you were one of over 100,000 viewers who had a chance to enjoy some of the finest public television programming during WKAR Pledge Madness. The recent weeks gave us an opportunity to showcase the quality programming WKAR brings to households throughout Mid-Michigan.
And it was an opportunity for viewers like you to show support for that programming.
Over $175,000 was raised during WKAR Pledge Madness to help keep quality TV on the air in Mid-Michigan.
WKAR was selected by members of the University Club of MSU to compete in their "Big Bang-Quet" $10,000 Community Charity Challenge. WKAR is one of 26 mid-Michigan organizations asking the public for their votes to help us win a $10,000 credit towards a fundraising event held in the University Club's newly renovated dining room.
The program is conducted by the University Club of MSU in conjunction with the Capital region Community Foundation (CRCF) and sponsored by the MSU Federal Credit Union.
Gifts to WKAR are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Until December 31, 2011 gifts to public broadcasting are eligible for a State of Michigan Tax Credit. The credit expires on December 31, 2011.