Radio Station Information
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Hollow Earth Radio
KHUH is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 100.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Seattle, WA and is part of the Seattle-Tacoma, WA radio market.
Nearby Radio StationsKVRU 105.7 FM, Student Run Radio 102.1, Channel Q 103.3, KDXB 101.1 FM, KUOW 94.9 FM, KEXP 90.3, Radio Punjab 1250, Sacred Heart Radio 1050, KMIH 88.9 FM, KASB 89.9 FM
Listener Comments and Reviews
COMMUNITY RADIO – WILDERNESS & WILDLIFE
Since June 2018, I have been hosting a weekly interview program WILDERNESS & WILDLIFE over KGVM-FM, a community radio station in Bozeman, Montana. Among my 40+ interviews have been Yellowstone Superintendent Cam Shelly, wolf expert Doug Smith, American Prairie Reserve founder Sean Garrity, Grizzly expert David Mattson, and wilderness activist George Wuerthner. I recently interviewed Forest Service officer Patti Garden-Darda and WA Transportation official Brian White re:: the wildlife overpass just east of Snoqualmie Pass. Since recently moving to the Puget Sound area, I have begun to interview notable wildlands advocates here and sending these interviews back to KGVM in Bozeman. You can hear these half-hour interview programs at www.KGVM.org and scrolling down to WILDERNESS & WILDLIFE.
It occurs to me that your community radio station may be interested in scheduling this series since I will now be interviewing people in the Seattle area and covering wildlife and mountain-forest-marine subjects in Washington. Since these interviews are being produced for community radio elsewhere, they could also be made available in this area without charge. Both new and past programs can be communicated via email.
If you wish to discuss broadcasting WILDERNESS & WILDLIFE, please call me at 206-870-=3481 in Des Moines. Thanks for your interest.
John Shellenberger (aka Jay Shell)
By: John Shellenberger on September 28, 2019
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