KSMU receives grant to continue local broadcast services
Tammy Wiley, general manager of KSMU at Missouri State University, received grants totaling $13,466.84 from the Missouri Arts Council for her project “2012-2013 Missouri Public Broadcasting Corporation Special Fund.”
“KSMU has a strong tradition of local public affairs programming,” said Wiley. “This grant money helps KSMU to continue its local programming services to communities throughout the Ozarks. Our local programs include newscasts, live call-in programs and special series, like ‘A Sense of Community,’ which address issues of importance to our listening audience.”
Missouri Arts Council (MAC) is a state agency and a division of the Department of Economic Development. MAC provides grants to nonprofit organizations that help to increase participation in the arts in Missouri, grow Missouri’s economy using the arts and strengthen Missouri education through the arts.
For more information, contact Wiley at (417) 836-6634.
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