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logo goes hereBrowse around our site and you'll see a few ways you can join in the effort to make KRCB 104.9 a great community radio station for Sonoma County. You can record a message that we play on-air, give us some new ideas, and keep abreast of what we're doing. New ways to engage with us our coming soon.
 
But there's an old fashioned one that's really important to us: become a member! We're making a big commitment to serving Sonoma County better, and while we really do want you to listen, and participate, helping pay for all of this would be really helpful too! Any amount helps, and we've got lots of cool gifts including some great CDs curated by our DJ Doug Jayne.
 
Click here to explore? https://donate.nprstations.org/krcb/support-krcb-radio   Thank you!
 

Welcome to the new KRCB 104.9. This is a forum so we can get ideas from you, answer your questions, and generally exchange ideas about how we can improve, 

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Each week, our correspondents from all over Sonoma County chime in with their weekly "postcard" of what people are talking about in their area. Not exactly news, not exactly not, it's our way to help make sure we look beyond the great industrial complex of Santa Rosa-Petaluma-Sebastopol!

We play these pretty randomly throughout the week. Click below to get an immediate fix

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Be on KRCB 104.9...answer this month's "Talk to Me" question: What does Sonoma County need that it doesn't already have?

 
You can record your answer using the little web widget below. We're likely to play your answer on the air a few times during the month of April.  

You can do a recording right from your computer or smartphone, but please use an external microphone (ear buds are good enough). Don't worry, you can try as many times you like until you get a "good take." We won’t hear any of the bad ones. After you finish, the page will give you a chance to listen and decide if you like it. Once you get a good one, you'll be asked for your name and email address. Then hit "Send.” (Click "reset" if you would rather try again.)

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“Sonoma County Baby” began in 2013 as a way to connect new Sonoma County mothers with the history of the county. In cooperation with Sutter Health, a nice book was published that featured the stories of several dozen Sonoma County families, describing how they each came to Sonoma County. The book was given to new moms. The project’s website is here: http://sonomacountybaby.com/ .

Now, we want to put stories like this on KRCB-FM, Sonoma County’s NPR station. How and when did your family come to Sonoma County? Does your story include some old Sonoma County landmarks that some of us might remember? What was interesting about it? Finding the interesting part is important! These recording are all short, less than a minute or under 100 words. That’s not enough time to tell the whole story—just the highlights. Here's a sample script that’s about the right length.

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