KOYT 97.1 LPFM Koyote Radio
Anza Community Broadcasting
Anza Community Broadcasting, a membership-based 501(c)3 nonprofit, manages and fundraises for KOYT LP 97.1FM Anza, CA. The station is 100% volunteer operated under the guidance of an all-volunteer Council of Directors. Directors are elected by the membership. So become a member to vote in our next election, and help support YOUR community radio station.
*Council of Directors meetings – 1st Wednesday of the month @ 6:30p
*Programming Meetings/Workshops – All 2nd Wednesday of the month @ 6:30p
*High Country 4H Radio Project 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of the month @ 3p-5p
Using the power of a 50 watt light bulb, KOYT 97.1 FM transmits music, news, and educational programs to much of Anza and portions of Upper Aguanga and streams its broadcast to the entire world over the internet at koyt971.org.
The future of community radio is Anza! Rather than boilerplate news and music, KOYT offers locally relevant information and entertainment in which the community can participate.
KOYT wants to tell the community about the events and services of your federally recognized nonprofit or government agency. Your Public Service Announcements, heard over the FM airwaves and our internet stream, will bring more attention to your event or organization!
Businesses can support KOYT through donations which are acknowledged “On Air.” Acknowledgements, called “Underwriting” include information about the business with a custom-tailored message.
One of the important contributions KOYT is making to our community is emergency preparedness. The station has an Emergency Alert System (EAS) that will enable you to get relevant information over the FM airwaves in case of emergency. While we have short term back-up power, we are close to reaching one of our biggest goals; obtaining sustainable back-up power that will allow us to broadcast current, relevant, LOCAL information during power outages and other emergencies. Thanks to a generous donation from AEC, we are in the process of purchasing and building back-up power first at the transmitter, then at the station itself.