Annual Reports

 

KBOO's annual reports:

KBOO's 2017-2021 Strategic Plan

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: The 2017-2020 Strategic Plan has been extended through 2021. The end year hs been changed in the summary, but not in the document itself. 

The Strategic Plan for 2017- 2021, which was developed throughout the course of the year of 2016, provides a vision for the growth of the station for the next four years.

 

Download kboo-strategic-plan_2017-2020_final-web-1.pdf (7.81 MB) 

KBOO’s vision for 2017-2021 is to become Oregon’s community media hub, leveraging the power of the airwaves to support a revolution for a just and sustainable future.

It will achieve this through the pursuit of these three strategic goals:

  • By 2021, KBOO has deepened its internal and external connections to build “the Beloved Community.”

  • By 2021, KBOO has strengthened its internal systems to live its mission and core values more effectively.

  • By 2021, KBOO’s dynamic programming better serves and engages the local community to connect us with the broader world.






















 

2006 Annual Report

2014 Annual Report

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2015 Annual Report

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2018 Annual Report

 

 

2020 Annual Report

 

From the Station Managers:

2020 for KBOO Community Radio was a year unlike any other for us, while at the same time echoed our 53 year history of serving our communities. One year ago, the station shut its doors to the public and to our own volunteers. A KBOO first. Behind-the-scenes, KBOO found new ways to run our operations remotely, while also continuing to bring locally focused, volunteer-powered radio to our listeners.

Public Affairs and News volunteers featured voices from communities to talk about critical information, social perspectives, and grassroots discussions. Music programmers brought us music that highlighted the gamut of emotions that was 2020 or sometimes took us away from it. Despite moments of collective anxiety and great community loss, KBOO was able to also have moments of success and joy as a community. It was a year that truly tested KBOO’s resolve and resilience. 

Thanks to our supporters, KBOO was able to make it through the year in the black and saw a rise in membership and listenership. Thanks to our volunteers, staff, and board, KBOO was able to keep our airwaves going. For KBOO, 2020 was truly a year that exemplified what community can accomplish when working together. 

-Celeste Carey & Jenna Yokoyama
Interim Station Co-Managers

 

Financials - Fiscal Year 2020

(Oct 1 2019 - Sept 31, 2020)

 

 

Net Income - $175,813                        Net Asset Balance - $825,302 

 

Revenue

Pie chart of annual revenue

 

Expenses

Pie chart of annual expenses

 

Membership

 Bar graph comparing 2019 and 2020 membership data

 

On-air and Online Engagement

30,000

Avg monthly
radio listeners

30,000

Website avg monthly
unique visitors

1,400

Mobile app
Avg monthly unique users

/listen-now

Most visited page on kboo.fm
with 117,337 unique views



 

7/4/2020

Highest listenership
day of the year
online and on-air.
Over 20,000 tuned in to hear
the Waterfront Blues Fest.
 

6,000+

Hours of original
KBOO programming
produced by volunteers


 

 

 

Health & Safety

  • KBOO closed the station to volunteers and non-essential staff due to the COVID-19 pandemic

  • Implemented in-station protocols regarding PPE, social distancing, cleaning, etc. per local and national guidelines

 

Year In Review

Closing the station and getting automated

Due to the rapid progression of COVID-19, KBOO made the emergency decision to close the station to all volunteering and non-essential personnel on March 13, 2020. KBOO’s daily operations were restructured to a remote work environment to allow staff to work from home. For the first time in KBOO’s history, we implemented remote automation of our airwaves, allowing our original programming to continue while prioritizing the health and safety of our volunteers and staff. This was, to say the least, and exhausting transition for all involved. 

Volunteering from home

In 2020, KBOO’s 200+ on-air volunteers donated over 24,000 hours producing their original programming from home. New online classes offered training volunteers in setting up home studios and how to digitally edit audio. Volunteers assisted and mentored to help each other produce their programs. Our engineering team setup live remote broadcasting capabilities so volunteers could host their music programs live from their homes.

KBOO Music, Public Affairs, and News Programming

  • New original programs including Let’s Talk About Race, The Children’s Hour, Juneteenth Radio, Boogie Pachanguero, The Metal Margin, Oil for Kisses, Black as Folk, Spanish noon headlines

  • On the ground coverage of local protests, marches, and rallies

  • KBOO hosted free, public webinars for the first time, featuring experts and activists on topics like Jordan Cove LNG, U.S./Middle policy, and protest reporting for citizen journalists. 

  • 2020 Election Coverage highlights: Eudaly/Mapps debate hosted by KBOO; LIVE election night coverage; KBOO News’ Citizen Agenda Survey; broadcast of Oregon Urban League of Portland and Open Signal PDX’s Black Votes Matter: 2020 Candidate Forum; interviews with Commissioner Hardesty about police reform, and Secretary of State-elect Sen. Shemia Fagan.

Special Programs and Live Remote Broadcasts

  • Live remote broadcasts: 35th Annual Tribute to Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Homelessness Marathon, Juneteenth livestream of local events

  • Music festivals! Cathedral Park Jazz Festival; Waterfront Blues Festival: Blues Fest On-Air, a 2-day radio only event that brought in our highest online listenership ever with over 30,000 streams on KBOO.FM. Plus, we raised $6,500 for Music Cares and Meals on Wheels People!