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Aug 12, 2018

This is the Manager’s Minute.

There are several ways you can learn more about KGOU. Of course, listening is one way, on the air and through smart phone apps, along with going to our website, KGOU.ORG, for streaming audio, news and information about our operations and programs.

You can also connect with us on social media. We’re on Facebook and Instagram, and on Twitter, we are @kgounews. Links to our social media pages are on the KGOU.ORG home page.

This is the Manager’s Minute.

KGOU can be heard anytime practically anywhere in the world through mobile apps such as TuneIn Radio, Apple Music and NPR One, on Smart Speakers, and through online streaming at www.kgou.org.

Our mobile and online audience is growing, but we still reach most of our listeners over the air.

We have more than 80,000 weekly listeners in the Oklahoma City metro area alone.

Our studio is located at the University of Oklahoma.

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.

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May 28, 2018
Katie Stokes

This is the Manager’s Minute.

When I’m out and about seeing friends, attending public events and speaking to groups I’m pleased to learn how many people listen to KGOU.

Often, they tell me it’s the only radio station they listen to; some even say they enjoy the Manager’s Minute. That’s always nice to hear.

Listener loyalty means a lot. It says the people we serve, you, appreciate what we do.