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4,000 members keep KEMC on the air

December 25, 2017

Yellowstone Public Radio would like to thank our members, sponsors and volunteers who make it possible for us to provide news, music and information to the residents of Montana.

KEMC began broadcasting in 1972 with a one-room studio/office and a 10-watt transmitter from Eastern Montana College (now Montana State University-Billings), which served only a portion of the Billings area. Today we are known as Yellowstone Public Radio and we broadcast across Montana and Northern Wyoming on 12 stations and 24 translators.

We are truly thankful for the over 4,000 members and hundreds of local businesses who provide financial support to help us continue to provide the quality programming that listeners come to expect from YPR. Thanks to our loyal and dedicated volunteers and Friends of Yellowstone Public Radio Board of Directors who give us their passion and energy to help us grow and prosper. Thank you!

You can listen to Yellowstone Public Radio on our network of stations, online at ypradio.org and on our new smartphone app. We are excited to continue building our local partnerships and to try to make a difference in each and every community that we serve.

Thank you for your support!

Kurt Wilson

general manager

Billings