K-State home » K-State Research and Extension »  News  » Radio Network
K-State Research and Extension News
K-State Radio Network

 "The Voice of Kansas State University"

The K-State Radio Network is a free audio service from K-State Research and Extension, the Department of Communications, and Kansas State University to radio stations throughout Kansas and the U.S.  It is distributed on-line.  The features are also available to the general public in streaming formats.

Mission
The Radio Unit shares the vision and realizes the mission and values of the Department of Communications and Agricultural Education, K-State Research and Extension and the K-State College of Agriculture by producing information-based programming for radio stations throughout Kansas, and by consulting with faculty, staff, specialists and county agents regarding radio and the media.
 
History
The K-State Radio Network is a service which originated with public radio station KKSU-AM, which left the air November 27, 2002, after nearly 78 years of broadcasting.
Links