CPB Community Service Grant (CSG) Compliance
As a Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) Community Service Grant (CSG) Recipient, KSJE presents this information and documentation to ensure transparency in grant compliance.
4601 College Blvd.
Farmington, NM 87402
Scott Michlin, General Manager, email@example.com
KSJE Governing Board
KSJE is licensed to the San Juan College Board of Trustees. For additional information please visit: San Juan College Board of Trustees
Hoskie Benally, Jr.
R. Shane Chance
Dr. Joseph Pope
Community Advisory Board
KSJE is owned and operated by a state college/university and therefore is not required to have a Community Advisory Board.
Open Meetings Policy
KSJE is licensed to the Board of Trustees of San Juan College. The Trustees comprise the governing body of KSJE. The San Juan College Board of Trustees meets monthly. Please visit here for details about Board of Trustees meeting dates.
Financial Reporting Requirements
KSJE makes the annual Audited Financial Statement and Annual Financial Reports submitted to the CPB available to the public both online at www.KSJE.com and in paper with KSJE's FCC Public File in our main studio location: Room 1809, West Classroom Complex, San Juan College. 4601 College Blvd, Farmington, NM 87402.
KSJE's online Public File with the FCC is here.
KSJE adheres to a discrete accounting system which allows the grantor and auditor to discretely track funds within the accounting system.
KSJE is a licensee of San Juan College. KSJE follows the policies and procedures developed by the San Juan College Human Relations Department.
As a full service, public radio station licensed by the FCC, the primary mission of KSJE is to provide a radio programming service that encourages intellectual curiosity and critical analysis.
KSJE’s mandate is to provide for the otherwise underserved tastes, needs and interests of the public and to present material that challenges, provokes, broadens and educates in both formal and informal situations.
KSJE serves a diverse region of the American Southwest where three distinct and unique cultures have co-existed for hundreds of years. Native American, Hispanic and Anglo populations each make up about one-third of San Juan County, where KSJE is located. In addition to serving a diverse ethnic population, KSJE also serves a diverse population of arts supporters. As the Information and Cultural Beacon of the Four Corners, KSJE seeks to provide entertainment, information and programming about the arts that cannot be found on other local radio stations.
To that end, KSJE’s staff is involved in the local arts community. General Manager Scott Michlin serves on the board of the San Juan Symphony and routinely volunteers his time at community events. Classical Music and Arts host Leigh Black Irvin is a founding member of B.O.B. (Bottom of the Barrel productions) a local community theater group. Jazz host and radio technician Nick Michael helps each year with the San Juan College Summer Music Fest, a daylong festival featuring world music.
KSJE’s governing board is the board of Trustees at San Juan College. These seven individuals represent wide ethic and cultural diversity. KSJE has no control over the make-up of the board of Trustees. They were elected by the community to serve. They make major decisions about the future of San Juan College, and by extension, KSJE.
KSJE continues to increase our diversity with voices from the community and on-the-air programming. Over the past two years the radio station has invited more and more diverse guests into its studios to discuss important local issues, such as veteran’s services, homelessness, spiritual beliefs, economic development, local performance spaces and more. KSJE has become more involved with the San Juan College Summer Music Fest, San Juan Symphony classical music concerts, the San Juan College Silhouette Performing Arts Series and more. All of this involvement as a way to increase our diversity for the arts community and local residents.
In the future, KSJE aspires to reach out to local high schools and community members and begin a volunteer host program to encourage more diverse perspectives on our air. By offering air time to local high schools, and local community members, we will bring fresh voices to our service area in a more cost-effective manner.
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