Support KOSU During A Hopeful 2021
The sun is out a little bit more these days and the birds are starting to sing a happier tune. KOSU's Spring Membership Drive is underway and we are very excited about what is to come for this public radio station in 2021.
With the launch of a new local affairs program, Focus Black: Oklahoma, and the in-depth analysis of a new legislative session in This Week In Oklahoma Politics - KOSU has you covered. From Indigenous affairs, to agricultural and rural issues, and through our StateImpact collaboration, KOSU's local coverage of the issues that matter is unmatched. And whether you tune to KOSU for national news, local reports, or a music escape - KOSU has it all.
We realize the COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, but as vaccines roll out and become more widely available, we are hopeful for a brighter year. KOSU will continue to bring you all the news you need during this time for the days and months ahead. We are in this together.
KOSU has been here for you in the past year, through a pandemic, an historic election, massive racial justice protests, and several devastating winter storms. We ask now that you be here for KOSU. Become a member today. You put the public in public radio.
Donate to KOSU now by clicking this link.
KOSU is offering some wonderful thank you gifts as part of our Spring Membership Drive.
Good for discounts all over the state of Oklahoma. Keep It Local OK cards help you discover the best spots in town by rewarding you with discounts and incentives at locally-owned businesses located in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Edmond, Norman, Guthrie, Moore, Broken Arrow, Jenks, Midwest City, Yukon, Stillwater, and across the state of Oklahoma. Please allow 4-6 weeks for shipment.
Babbel is a language learning app that allows you to learn a new language at your own pace. You can choose from 14 different languages to learn and the subscription is good for one year. Babbel is the shortest path to real-life conversations; 73% of users indicated that they’d be able to have a short, simple conversation in their new language within five hours of using Babbel. NOTE: you must provide a valid email address in order to receive this thank you gift from KOSU.
In both words and illustrations, this carefully researched and historically accurate book allows children to experience the joys and success of the Greenwood neighborhood in Tulsa, one of the most prosperous Black communities of the early 20th Century. Set for grades 3-7, Opal's Greenwood Oasis was written by Najah-Amatullah Hylton and Quraysh Ali Lansana, and illustrated by Skip Hill. Please allow 4-6 weeks for shipment.
The KOSU branded Nalgene bottles is 32 ounces with a wide-mouth lid and comes in tangerine with a blue cap. The bottle is BPA free, dishwasher safe, and made in the USA. The sticker sheet is filled with classic KOSU logos from over the course of the station's 65 year history. Please allow 4-6 weeks for shipment.
Your year-long digital subscription gets you unlimited access to nytimes.com and NYTimes app. Your subscription can be accessed on any smartphone, tablet or web browser. This is also transferable and can be given as a gift. NOTE: must provide a valid email address to get the gift.
Members giving at this level select a day of their choice to have a special message read on the air. Members who choose this level will receive a follow-up contact from KOSU to choose a date and message. Please allow 2-4 weeks for form to be sent.
The Champion Circle level is a premium KOSU level. Members enjoy a Keep It Local card, a Babbel subscription, a copy of Opal's Greenwood Oasis, a KOSU Nalgene bottle with sticker sheet, the New York Times digital subscription, a day of programming, and other benefits.
Now it's up to you! Support the news and information you rely on and hear daily on KOSU. Click here to donate online or call us at 855-808-5678.