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Calling All Artists!

KPRG will be hosting the 12th Annual Postcard Art Silent Auction on Sunday December 6, 2015 at Guma TASA Coffee Shop in Mangilao (behind KFC) from 5pm - 8pm. Refreshments and light pupus will be served courtesy of Guma TASA and the kitchen will also be open for dinner & drink purchases.

Public Radio is once again seeking local artists willing to donate postcard size masterpieces in support of this wonderful annual event. The deadline for submission this year is (Submission details and event information can be viewed or printed by clicking the links below.)

For more information on the 12th Annual Postcard Art Silent Auction contact KPRG @ 671-734-8930 or email us at

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KPRG is currently back on the air utilizing a temporary antenna at a low power broadcast site.

We anticipate all repair work necessary to restore full broadcast strength to be completed within the next 25 to 30 days.

For more updates please visit KPRG's facebook page.

Thanks to the generous continuing support of listeners like you we are fortunate to be in a financial situation to handle this problem. That said we are expecting repairs and equipment to run through several thousands of dollars of the station's reserves. If you would like to assist financially in these efforts the easiest way right now is to click on the "Donate" button on the right side of this screen.

KPRG is very thankful for your patience and understanding as we to complete repairs to the primary antenna as quickly as possible.

KPRG Transmitter Damage from Typhoon Dolphin

Damage to the KPRG transmitter in Barrigada Heights. KPRG hopes to have a temporary replacement antenna system installed before the end of the week.

Thanks to everyone for making KPRG's Spring Membership Campaign a huge success!

You know who you are and we give you our thanks!

Special thanks to the several new underwriters/business partners that have hopped aboard the KPRG program support train:

- Brabu Pharmacy & Wellness Center (Saipan)
- Environmental Monitors, Inc.
- Haagen Daz Ice Cream Shops Guam
- Joinus Restaurant Keyaki
- TakeCare Insurance Company

Become a Member, Underwriter or Community Partner of KPRG by calling 671-734-8930. You can also support KPRG online by clicking the "Support KPRG" tab or by clicking MAKE A DONATION.

Public Radio Guam would appreciate your participation in its listener survey. Please click on the link below to take the survey:

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The survey is anonymous and will help to give Public Radio Guam some insight on listenership and what we can do to better serve you.

Thank you for your support and participation!


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