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Now you can listen to KZSC on your schedule

  • April 15, 2015
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Did you miss one of your favorite shows? Want to check the instant replay? Now you can listen to KZSC on your own schedule! You can listen on-demand to the past two weeks of our broadcasts in our archive. You don't have to live under the tyranny of the clock any more--at least when it comes to enjoying KZSC.
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Fresh Faces at KZSC

  • April 9, 2015
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Congratulations to the newest staff members of KZSC! They've completed our rigorous training and their new shows are now debuting on our Spring 2015 schedule (coming on April 13th). We can't wait to hear what they'll come up with, and we're sure you'll love what they do on KZSC.

UC Santa Cruz students should contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Jared, so you can join them. We offer a training class (for credit!) every quarter, and you can take it after you volunteer at the station for 20 hours.
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Programmer of the month: Lennon Stankavich (Jaws)

  • February 18, 2015
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Hailing from Long Beach California, Lennon Stankavich is a sophomore at UCSC studying film. As Jaws, he spins "shark rock" tunes on  Swimmin' With The Sharks, Thursday nights from 7:00-8:30. Shark Rock includes original 60's surf rock music, alongside any more modern rock, garage and punk that uses lots of reverb and treble.  "If it can fool me into thinking it's old school, then I like it," says Lennon.
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Fresh Faces at KZSC

  • January 19, 2015
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Congratulations to the newest staff members of KZSC! They've completed our rigorous training and their new shows are now debuting on our winter 2015 schedule. We can't wait to hear what they'll come up with, and we're sure you'll love what they do on KZSC.

UC Santa Cruz students should contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Jared, so you can join them. We offer a training class (for credit!) every quarter, and you can take it after you volunteer at the station for 20 hours.
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Dylan Music

Programmer of the Month: Dylan Music

This month’s Programmer of the Month is DJ Oy-Dog, AKA Dylan Music from the long-running program “Muzikal Jewz.”

Dylan started volunteering at KZSC when he was a senior at UCSC. He started the show in order to, “make people laugh, dance, cry, and experience Jewish music and culture in all of its forms.”
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Fall 2014 Program Guide Cover Art

New Fall 2014 Program schedule

  • October 20, 2014
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We’re happy to be kicking off KZSC’s Fall 2014 schedule! Make sure to check out our new lineup so that you don’t miss out. Some of the exciting new shows coming to KZSC feature Hip Hop, Country, Punk (and Post-Punk), Show Tunes, Surf, Doo-Wop and more!
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Rose Lobel At KZSC (Photo By Dan Davis)

Rose’s “Most Impossible Secret Dream” wrapping up after 29 years

September. The sunny season is winding down, and fall is approaching. Many proud gardeners and groundskeepers find themselves bidding farewell to blooming flowers, and preparing for seasonal change. We here at KZSC are also bracing for change. Come October, we will be saying "farewell" to the amazing programmer Rose Lobel. Rose deejays "What's New", which airs Thursdays at noon. Her program showcases the recently released music of up-and-coming artists from a multitude of genres. An earful of Rose's "What's New" proves that great music is alive, kicking, and here to stay.
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Monterey Bay From Space

Students! Join our Environmental News team

  • August 27, 2014
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Classes at UC Santa Cruz start on October 2nd, and KZSC is putting together a local environmental news report for the fall schedule (which starts October 20th). We'll train a small group of UCSC students to report on local environmental news. You'll learn to research, write, and report for the radio and web and you'll quickly become an expert in the environmental history and issues facing the Monterey Bay, Salinas Valley, Santa Cruz Mountains, Big Sur and beyond. No course credit can be offered yet, but internship, service learning, or independent study credit may be arranged.
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College Radio Madness Ends…

Our congratulations to Georgia State University for winning this year's SoundTap, College Radio Madness contest. The Great 88 represented all things West Coast very well by surpassing over 60 other stations in the U.S. and finished in second place overall. Silver this…

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