Meghann Ray

Development Associate

She’s back! In the second grade, Meghann was put in charge of watching her Papa Reuben at the front doors of Kendall Hall. She was to make sure he stayed put while her nana and mother parked the car. Needless to say, the two of them wandered off and got lost. They were found at the round red bench outside the Public Radio Tulsa office and studio. It is only fitting that more than twenty-one years later, Meghann joins the staff as the Development Associate.

A University of Tulsa alumna, Meghann has spent the past decade in the non-profit social services sector working in communications, fundraising and special events. She is an avid and passionate community advocate and says her life’s mission is to make a difference locally and beyond. Meghann believes Public Radio Tulsa is an integral part of our community.  

Turkey Confidential is a live, two-hour, call-in program on Thanksgiving Day, November 24 from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on Public Radio Tulsa 89.5.

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Folk Salad will devote the entire show to the music of Leon Russell and Leonard Cohen, two music icons who died in the past few days.  Mark your calendar for this Sunday, November 20, 2016 for 7:00 p.m. to listen to Public Radio 89.5. 

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Last Thursday, October 20th, we had the pleasure of hosting Jarl Mohn, President and CEO of NPR for a coffee and dessert reception in the Faculty Study of TU's McFarlin Library. Mr. Mohn is on a cross-country journey to visit 30-plus NPR member stations. Thank you, Mr. Mohn, for sharing the vision of NPR, the importance of member station partnerships, and stories from the road!

 

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THANK YOU!

Oct 11, 2016
Public Radio Tulsa Staff

Thank you, thank you, thank you! Thank you for calling in, mailing in your donation or donating online; thank you for volunteering; thank you for supporting Public Radio Tulsa and thank you for listening!

We are at 99% and counting towards our fall fund drive goal. You can still make a donation and help put us over the top! You can donate online or call us at (918) 631-3118. 

THANK YOU!

Oct 11, 2016
Public Radio Tulsa Staff

Thank you, thank you, thank you! Thank you for calling in, mailing in your donation or donating online. Thank you for volunteering, thank you for supporting Public Radio Tulsa and thank you for listening!

Thank you for putting us over the top! We've reached our fall fund drive of $200,000! Thank you! If you would still like to contribute, you can make a donation online or call us at (918) 631-3118.

Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Mike Pence square off in the vice-presidential debate Tuesday night, October 4.

NPR's politics team, with help from reporters and editors who cover national security, immigration, business, foreign policy and more, is live annotating the debate. Portions of the debate with added analysis are highlighted, followed by context and fact check from NPR reporters and editors.

Public Radio Tulsa Staff

The phone has been ringing off the hook and the volunteers have been busy!

This year’s fall fund drive goal is $200,000. We are at 98% of our goal! Many thanks to our early-birds, loyal supporters and 88.7 Classical KWTU and 89.5 KWGS listeners!

You can make your pledge online, by phone at (918) 631-3689 or mail a check to Public Radio Tulsa at 800 South Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK 74104. 

And one of these thank you gifts can be YOURS!

Public Radio Tulsa Staff

Dear Friends of Public Radio Tulsa,               

We get a LOT of questions from listeners here at the station.  Everything from “How do I donate my car? (Easy!)” to “Did you know you’re off the air??? (Yep.)” to “I heard this one story this one time about this one guy…what was it?  (Ummm…)” 

Last spring, we decided we needed to do some asking.  We surveyed our newest donors, asking them about their favorite programs, when they listened, how long they had been listening, and more.  And we requested their comments.  Here’s what they said:

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