Frequently Asked Questions
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How can I reach an on-air Host?
Each on-air Host has a webpage that includes their email address and information about their particular show. Click on the Program Guide to find the Host you are looking for.
Q: Can I submit music for air-play consideration?
By all means, please do! Mail CD’s to: Music Director, 18111 Nordhoff Street, CA, 91330-8312.
Q: How can I win free concert tickets?
Current Contributing Members (who have donated within the past 12 months) are eligible for ticket offers, special events and sweepstakes once every 30 days. Tickets are non-transferable to a second party. However, no purchase is necessary and non-members may enter to win as indicated in the KCSN Rules.
Q: How can I become a Contributing Member?
Donate safely and securely online at www.kcsn.org/donate, call the main office during business hours; 818-677-3090 or snail mail a check or money order payable to KCSN Radio to; Membership Department, 18111 Nordhoff Street, Northridge, CA 91330-8312. We have several ways to thank you for your contribution!
Q: How can my business become a Sponsor?
Sponsorship packages for businesses of all sizes can be customized to fit your specific marketing objectives. Opportunities include on-air messages, web ads, e-newsletter ads, online audio stream pre-rolls, event sponsorships. Cost of underwriting may have tax benefits (consult your tax advisor). Rates vary depending on frequency and time aired. Discounted non-profit rates are available. Don't hesitate to call David Kleinbart at 818-677-5577 or email him at [email protected]. Or if you are interested in trading goods and services please contact, Laura Kelly at 818-677-5580 or by emial at [email protected].
Q. Do you have a vehicle donation program?
Yes, you can donate your car, boat, RV, motorcycle or airplane conveniently and quickly. Completing one short on-line form is all it takes. Click here on KCSN Car Donation.
Q: What is your broadcast coverage area?
KCSN’s broadcast signal covers West Los Angeles and the entire San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valleys. KCSN is also streaming on the world-wide web (www.kcsn.org) and attracts thousands of online listeners per day. Click here for KCSN’s Coverage map.
Q: Why does KCSN have Amazon and iTune links on each song on the playlist on the web site?
Q: What type of programming do you have?
KCSN has a one-of-a-kind format on the LA radio dial – Smart Rock. Music programming includes live, in-studio music sessions and interviews with wel-established and emerging artists. KCSN is a leader in the LA radio market with its ability to recognize and support emerging artists while honoring heritage musicians. KCSN is the only station in the Los Angeles radio market that presents this type of programming and reaches such a diverse and dedicated audience. Weekends are filled with outstanding radio programs hosted by a cast of radio veterans and celebrity personalities who share their musical expertise in various musical genres such as Folk/Roots, Rock, Blues, Bluegrass, EDM and more.
Q. Can I volunteer my time?
We are always looking for helping hands to answer phones during our semi-annual pledge drives. If you are able to spend a few hours with us, please sign up on our Volunteer page. Thanks in advance for sharing your valuable time with us!
Q: Can I hear KCSN on Mobile Apps?
Try streaming KCSN through an iPhone, iTouch, Blackberry Storm, or Blackberry Tour. Many new cars allow you to plug your mobile device into an auxiliary jack and listen through the car speakers. The iPhone and iTouch have accessories that will transmit the audio from your device to your car stereo.
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