Station News

News about the station.

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Why Is The KZYX Schedule Changing?

The KZYX news department is hiring reporters! The positions are part time with flexible hours. We’re looking for reliable curious independent individuals with strong writing skills who are interested in covering all types of stories across our listening area: cannabis, local politics, health, the environment, cultural events and more. We are also seeking an experienced journalist to act as news director. If you’re interested in joining the KZYX news department send an email to or call (707) 895-2324. We look forward to hearing from you.

Jeffrey Parker

KZYX is recruiting a Membership Assistant. The job is 20 hours a week at our studios in Philo. You must be a quick learner, with basic clerical skills, and computer literacy including spreadsheets. Duties include data entry, direct mailings, phone calls and emails with members, and helping with fundraising drives. Hours are flexible. It’s even better if you are bilingual in Spanish.

If interested, email Diane Hering at

Mendocino County Public Broadcasting -- Promoting Community Through Public Radio 

The next KZYX Board Of Directors Meeting will take place Monday, July 16th, at 6:00pm on the Anderson Valley High School campus on Mountain View Road in Boonville.

KZYX board meetings are open to the public, there is always time for public comment, and we welcome all who wish to attend. 

Mendocino County Public Broadcasting -- Promoting Community Through Public Radio 

Jeffrey Parker

KZYX celebrated the life and contributions of legendary broadcast engineer Ron O'Brien in a ceremony on Wednesday naming our main broadcast studio in Ron's honor. Ron's wife Mary honored KZYX by joining a ceremonial unveiling of a commemorative plaque during Jamie Roberts' long-running Radiogram program.

Mary O'Brien donated a beautiful KZYX belt buckle from Ron's personal belongings to mark the occasion. The buckle was given to loyal station supporter Jacob Bass, who called in a donation during the ceremony.