KGOU

Fiscal Year

Bar graph showing Individual Giving totals for past 5 fiscal years.
KGOU

This is the Manager’s Minute.

We’re still finalizing the figures, but now can give a preliminary report on our fundraising for the fiscal year that ended in June.  

Donations totaled just over $550,000, a decrease of about one-percent from the previous fiscal year.

Money gifts actually went up about two-and-a-half percent, but vehicle donations dropped.  

Help Us Serve You

Jun 11, 2019

This is the Manager’s Minute.

KGOU is on a July through June fiscal year, so now’s the time when we make plans for the year ahead.

That means looking at our programming schedule and deciding how to deliver the news, information, entertainment and discussion programs you count on every day, while mixing in a few new things to keep our schedule fresh and within our budget.

If you have thoughts about KGOU’s programs, and new programming ideas you’d like for us to explore, let us know by emailing programming@kgou.org.

Oklahoma State Capitol
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Oklahoma’s Board of Equalization says incoming lawmakers may have roughly $612 million more to spend in fiscal year 2020, which begins in July. That would be an increase of 8 percent compared to 2019, but the estimates don't reflect sliding oil prices.

Katie Stokes

This is the Manager’s Minute.

KGOU has just ended one fiscal year, and begun another.

This has been an eventful year – we’ve added a new transmitter in Clinton, expanded our StateImpact Oklahoma team and dramatically increased our number of weekly listeners.

We’ve launched two new podcasts (How Curious and Capitol Insider) and improved our severe storms and emergency alert system. We've grown our StateImpact Oklahoma reporting and launched the Oklahoma Engaged 2018 election project.

Happy New Fiscal Year!

Jun 29, 2017
KGOU Radio

This is the Manager’s Minute.

Summer is beginning, as KGOU’s fiscal year is ending.

KGOU operates on a July first through June thirtieth fiscal year.

This has been a year of transition and growth for the station, even as state funding has continued to shrink.

As part of higher education, KGOU’s annual appropriation has dropped almost 50-thousand dollars in the past couple of years, and more state cuts are possible.

New Fiscal Year Begins

Jun 21, 2017

This is the Manager’s Minute.

Summer is beginning, as KGOU’s fiscal year is ending.

KGOU operates on a July first through June thirtieth fiscal year.

This has been a year of transition and growth for the station, even as state funding has continued to shrink.

As part of higher education, KGOU’s annual appropriation has dropped almost 50-thousand dollars in the past couple of years, and more state cuts are possible.