Our Coronavirus Precautions

Dear KRBX friends, listeners, supporters and volunteers,

As a community radio station, we are taking all reasonable precautions to ensure the wellbeing of our community. Like you, we’re watching with concern as the spreading coronavirus (COVID-19) presents a real threat to public health.

One thing that won’t change during these turbulent times is our important mission to give a voice to and keep our community informed. That means we are also dedicated to prioritizing the safety of all in the Treasure Valley.

We will continue broadcasting, but effective Friday, March 13, we are asking no one occupy or drop by the station without an appointment (aside from current programmers and staff). In-studio performances are on hold until further notice, too. These steps are being implemented with a heavy heart, but we believe it’s in the best interest.

Radio Boise will always be the place where anyone can visit, get involved and make a difference. We are only putting this open door policy on hold, and will continue to allow any and all to be a part of the station as soon as it becomes a responsible choice. Our office is essentially a public space and the risk of contagion there is higher than at home.

Some of our DJs will indeed be recording their shows from home, but all in-studio hosts have already begun practicing rigorous sanitization of our common booth area pre- and post-show.

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to e-mail General Manager Jessica Evett.

Thank you all. You rock as we navigate this uncharted territory together,
Radio Boise Staff

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