KZZH FM 96.7 announces local radio programs

KZZH FM 96.7 announces local radio programs

Posted September 21st, 2018 by seanm

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KZZH announces a new "Locally Produced Program (LPP) Block," which can be heard weekdays at 9:00am, 11:00am, 5:00pm and 10:00pm for listeners in and around Eureka California on 96.7 FM.

As the name implies, the LPP Block brings together programs produced by members of the community to ensure that listeners can find them on local radio, free over the air - 96.7 FM Eureka! In addition to a more amorphous General Programs Block the locally produced programs will have their own piece of the KZZH clock, along with Student Voices, Public Meetings, Classical Music and Old Time Radio shows.

"KZZH was launched to support community based programming that is created locally," said Access Humboldt's executive director Sean Taketa McLaughlin. "Radio and podcasts provide an important means for local voices to be heard and a strong complement to our local cable TV and online media outlets - folks can find more information and programs online at"

Leading off the new LPP block is "Cool Solutions" produced by Wendy Ring and Brian Curtis. "Cool Solutions" takes a look at global warming - through the lens of the things we can do as average citizens - to help reign in climate change. This show is also available as a podcast from iTunes and on the PRX radio website. Welcome - Wendy, Brian and "Cool Solutions!"

For more information about KZZH 96.7FM, please contact station manager Matthew Knight via e-mail: or tel: 707-476-1798.


Access Humboldt ( is a non-profit, community media organization formed in April 2006 to manage local cable franchise benefits on behalf of the County of Humboldt, California and the Cities of Eureka, Arcata, Fortuna, Rio Dell, Ferndale and Blue Lake.
Community media resources of Access Humboldt include: cable access TV channels; a low power FM radio station (KZZH-FM96.7); a wide area broadband network with dedicated optic fiber connections to twenty locations serving local jurisdictions, educational institutions and other public facilities; broadband access wireless networks; a Community Media Center with studio and other production equipment and training on the Eureka High School campus; and ongoing operational support for public, educational and governmental access media services from franchised cable operators in Humboldt County.

Access Humboldt’s Board of Directors convenes regular public meetings, provides local accountability and sets governing policy to guide the organization.

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