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  • FAQ - KCR College Radio
    broadcast outlet on campus that offers consistent hands on real life experience KCR includes every type of programming music sports news and entertainment We are always open to new ideas and would love to hear yours Even if you are an aspiring television broadcaster KCR offers great ways to learn and hone your broadcasting skills What previous experience do I need to join None zeo zilch Unlike a broadcast related internship or entry level job any SDSU student can get on the air right away All we ask for is your commitment motivation and adherence to our General Expectations and Responsibilities What positions are available KCR offers every type of on air position including On air positions Host Reporter DJ Other positions Producer Administrative Assistant Blogger Videographer Video Editor For a list of positions we are currently recruiting for check out the Apply page What is the block schedule Block scheduling refers to blocks of programming that are centered around one interest For example the alt rock music block of programming occurs every Monday Wednesday and Friday for a few hours If you are an alt rock DJ you will chose an hour within that block to play your music This way our listeners can tune in consistently at the same time to get they content they want to hear When and how can I join KCR is constantly looking to expand and welcomes new talent every semester Anyone interested in joining KCR may apply under the join tab by clicking apply The submission window for new applications will be open during the first two weeks of the upcoming semester Share this Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share

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  • Apply - KCR College Radio
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  • Contact - KCR College Radio
    Apply Contact KCR Office Phone and Voicemail 619 594 7014 Staff members can be reached by email or by phone during their office hour KCR Studio Request Line 619 594 6982 Position Name Contact Email Office Hours General Manager Matt Hoffman kcr generalmanager at mail sdsu edu TBA Programming Director Anthony Reclusado kcr programming at mail sdsu edu TBA Chief Engineer VACANT kcr engineering at mail sdsu edu TBA Publicity Director Alex Piscatelli kcr publicity at mail sdsu edu TBA Web Content Director Sam Weinberg kcr content at mail sdsu edu TBA Promotions Director Jasmine Ho kcr promotions at mail sdsu edu TBA Social Media Director Kelsey Donahue kcr socialmedia at mail sdsu edu TBA Events Director Kiersten Sukert kcr events at mail sdsu edu TBA Music Director Renee Ramirez kcr music at mail sdsu edu TBA Sports Director Austin Gayle kcr sports at mail sdsu edu TBA News and Entertainment Director Jocelyn Salas kcr news at mail sdsu edu TBA Music Submissions Director Brianna Avalos kcr at mail sdsu edu TBA Advertising Director Vanesa Mendoza kcr advertising at mail sdsu edu TBA Secret Sessions Director Joey Bautista kcr secretsessions at mail sdsu edu TBA Share this Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window More Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share on Pocket Opens in new window Listen to KCR Live Flash Player 10 is needed Click to upgrade KCR College Radio Call in 619 594 6982 Get

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  • Music Submissions - KCR College Radio
    playtime on KCR offers a great chance for up and coming artists to reach a new audience We are especially interested in submissions from local San Diego bands We accept music submissions in the form of CD or vinyl at Attn Music Submissions Director KCR College Radio San Diego State University 5500 Campanile Dr San Diego CA 92182 7440 We accept digital submissions via email at kcr mail sdsu edu ALL SONGS MUST BE FCC CLEAN in MP3 format and the files names must be formatted Artist Song Title Please do not call to inquire on the status of your music submission We receive such a high volume of music that it is difficult to keep a record Our team decides what submissions are the best fit for the library Some factors in their selection process are the music policy and projected listener appreciation We are currently working on a implementing a way to allow artists to see if their songs have been played Thank you Music Submissions Director If your music is selected to be played on the station it will be uploaded to our automated playlist and be randomly played when there is no live DJ Your music will also be available to the music department for DJ use If played on automation listeners using the Tunein app will be able to view the song data and purchase the song if it is registered with iTunes Share this Share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window More Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn

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  • KCR Blog Archives - KCR College Radio
    made you realize that you wanted to pursue a career in music GJ I worked lots of other jobs and I kind of realized I didn t want to do anything else Then I did pub shows like really long shows Like three hour shows a night and I loved that it was my favorite thing ever And I was just doing cover shows then but then I started doing my own songs and people started coming in and requesting my songs and when people started singing them back I knew I should try to gig around Ireland Here it comes every red rose has its thorn that cuts Two Hearts It s hard to describe Gavin James music in words He s one of those artist that you have to listen to or go to a show to really understand how incredible his voice and his music are Not only is his music amazing he is also someone that I would want to hang out with on a daily basis He made my first interview so easy more like a chat than an interview His debut album came out just a few weeks ago on March 11 2016 and he is already making a substantial presence in the music world especially in Europe With several songs on the Spotify Artists to Watch in Europe Gavin James is really one to keep an eye on in the future KCR Blog KCR Music Artist Interview interview INTERVIEW WITH HIRIE SAN DIEGO 5 20 6 18 April 9 2016 Glidiany Vallejo I was able to interview a reggae singer named Hirie I went to one of her concerts and she was so energetic uplifting and I really enjoyed the show Hirie is a nice friendly and positive being and she will be coming back to San Diego this year Friday May 20th at 7 00 PM at the Observatory North Park and on Saturday June 18th at 12 00 PM at the Oyster Fest in 849 W Harbor Drive Feel free to check out the interview below and be inspired more than you know Hirie right Me left G If you could tour to a remote place where would you go H I would probably want to go to South America and just explore We did a road trip down to Los Cabos There are a lot of people in those areas we ended up in a lot of villages they don t see a lot of people coming through So it was really cool just to hang out with the kids We brought our instruments and exposed the villages to stuff that they haven t heard That s kind of rewarding in itself G If you could only see in two colors what would it be H Blue and Green G Why H Blue kinda like the ocean g reen could be grass or forestry and mountains Those two are my most appealing colors when I m trying to buy a dress There s nothing like a blue sky on a sunny day G Are there any talented musicians in your family and friends H Dad plays guitar Grandpa plays flamenco and my Great Grandpa I believe did the same M y mother she plays guitar and she sings really well and m y sister plays the piano Yeah there is a lot of music in my family whether they just enjoy it or they play an instrument it s something that we all enjoy G So singing was something you knew already and not something you learned along the way H I always enjoyed singing as a kid I was in a lot of the school plays I would emulate a lot of artists when I was little it was Whitney Houston and Celine Dion I grew up with a lot of opera too so I would always imitate Andrea Bocelli or similar types of Italian opera singers It just came naturally to sing whether I was technically correct at it that took me a minute to learn you know I ve always just sung for fun G When did you first join a band H I think I formally started my own band i t was just before the band Hirie when I met my sax player Chris who originally played the keys for me we formed a band under my real name and we did a couple of shows T hen at that point is when I put the album together and then formally started Hirie It was an interesting process I ve always tried to have somebody back me whether it was on the Cajon or on the guitar Even in high school I had a friend who sang with me and she played the guitar with me and so I played the guitar But a real band was Hirie and that was 2 and a half years ago G If you could inspire a movement with your music what would it be H Definitely to be kind I feel that our society has a real issue with being mean or degrading It is not like a lot of the music on the radio helps us be kind It s more take care of yourself you know I am me and I am the only thing that matters kind of thing I would love to just make people aware of the pain that happens in the world and the suffering Not necessarily highlighting on the suffering but giving people the kind of music that would inspire them to help other people other animals other things You know think not just of themselves but of everything that cannot speak for itself G If you could write a song about food what type of food would it be H For me It s more of a process that I would write about such as cooking I love garlic onion olive oil and coconut oil I am trying to be

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  • KCR Music Archives - KCR College Radio
    band Their single No Winter in the West has great visuals including locations all over Ocean Beach San Diego and the east coast This is THE song and video that got me hooked Mike shared with us how difficult it was for the band to carry their equipment on Sunset Cliffs and people passing by thought there was going to be a show I would love to see Alive Well performing right by the ocean The boys just performed at the Casbah last week and they are scheduling more shows in the near future including Jawsfest at The Legacy Room in Chino CA on May 7th You can buy tickets here They will also be playing at Soma in San Diego on May 21st get tickets here I also heard we should keep our ears open for a band spankin new EP in early June It was such a pleasure to interview Mike and hear all about the great things Alive Well is working on I am extremely excited to see where these boys end up maybe main stages instead of Sunset Cliffs either location I am rooting for you guys Give them a like on their Facebook and let s get them to a 1 000 likes they are so close Hope you guys are listening good KCR Music alive and well alternative kcr college radio listen good pop punk Rock Music San Diego Undiscovered Artists Banks April 22 2016 Caitlin Cardenas Hello KCR listeners readers I m here to bring you a new artist that most of you may not have heard of Her name is Banks and personally I think she is one of the most amazing female singers that is in the music industry at the moment Banks hails from Orange County California and started her career in 2013 Her first official single Before I Ever Met You was played on BBC Radio 1 before she was even signed to a record label Banks sound has been described as dark R B Her first album titled Goddess was released in 2014 and received many great reviews from accredited music magazines such as the Rolling Stone Entertainment Weekly and The Guardian The Rolling Stone said confirms a beguiling diaristic voice that echoes avant pop forebears and a taste for gloomy synth centric productions If you re into artists such as The Weeknd and Fiona Apple Banks would definitely satisfy your musical needs Banks was first introduced to me through my good friend Jordan Rogers from San Francisco State University He texted me saying You gotta check out this singer Banks She sings my soul Taking that recommendation was probably the best thing I could have done You can find her music just about anywhere youtube soundcloud spotify you name it Some of her songs that I would recommend is Goddess F k Em Only We Know and Before I Ever Met You Those songs are really good for chilling in the house on a Sunday morning drinking

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  • KCR Sports Archives - KCR College Radio
    s a great goal to pursue at any rate And public speaking to know you re good at it that s a great talent it s an asset And what about you Kevin You re just doing it to do it KL I m more here to support her I like sports and again just mainly to support her I m not as good at public speaking as her per se but she asked me to do it so I was like sure why not it sounds fun JD He s a good friend KL So here we are in that afternoon block which is awesome CS You could say you re being a good sport about it JD and KL weak laughter CS I m sorry I had the opportunity So could you please describe to me how and ideal show would go JD We start off with football and we talk about the last game and the next game coming up And then we go into usually soccer right after men s and women s And then we go to either swimming or lacrosse or baseball or anything like that and all the club sports And we always end with basketball cause basketball is both of our favorites CS Yeah and the basketball season is starting pretty soon are you going to be at the game tomorrow JD Yes KL Did you get your ticket I had class JD I had to buy it KL You had to buy your ticket JD Yeah they were all sold out KL I had class when they were distributing the Point Loma and Northridge tickets CS Oh no KL I was kind of pissed because I woke up late and then I was late to my first class any ways And so people were trying to sell it to me for like thirty or fifty and I m like nah dude I m good Watch out CS It s an exhibition game you probably don t need to pay that much KL I m looking forward towards UNLV and New Mexico I can t wait for those games they re gonna be awesome man CS You ll have to set your alarm for those KL Laughs CS I have to say I mean what year are you KL We re both freshmen CS Alright yeah I ve had to get up at like six in the morning for Arizona and UNLV yeah KL Seriously Why Ah edited CS I think they re changing how they re doing that Don t quote me on that it might not be true KL What we read is that you can only line up an hour before JD Before ten But there were people when I went there at nine thirty KL Wow CS Yeah they still show up You gotta get there early man I tell ya Well this is pretty interesting so I was actually caught kind of off guard since I didn

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  • KCR Entertainment Archives - KCR College Radio
    Bocelli or similar types of Italian opera singers It just came naturally to sing whether I was technically correct at it that took me a minute to learn you know I ve always just sung for fun G When did you first join a band H I think I formally started my own band i t was just before the band Hirie when I met my sax player Chris who originally played the keys for me we formed a band under my real name and we did a couple of shows T hen at that point is when I put the album together and then formally started Hirie It was an interesting process I ve always tried to have somebody back me whether it was on the Cajon or on the guitar Even in high school I had a friend who sang with me and she played the guitar with me and so I played the guitar But a real band was Hirie and that was 2 and a half years ago G If you could inspire a movement with your music what would it be H Definitely to be kind I feel that our society has a real issue with being mean or degrading It is not like a lot of the music on the radio helps us be kind It s more take care of yourself you know I am me and I am the only thing that matters kind of thing I would love to just make people aware of the pain that happens in the world and the suffering Not necessarily highlighting on the suffering but giving people the kind of music that would inspire them to help other people other animals other things You know think not just of themselves but of everything that cannot speak for itself G If you could write a song about food what type of food would it be H For me It s more of a process that I would write about such as cooking I love garlic onion olive oil and coconut oil I am trying to be more natural with my food less process less cooking more raw I would sing about the joy of cooking preparing food and making food for people I love preparing meals and having people who come over and enjoy it G What do you like using your music for H I like to write music to just explain things from a different point of view to inspire and artists need things from a different angle or expression for growth Some people have a hard time expressing themselves I think sometimes they are able to express themselves through someone else s music You know especially for me when I see art or a painting on a wall it might trigger some emotion in me that I might have a hard time expressing So I might be able to better understand what I m going through and how I feel through something else I find it in my case it is nice to write music that might be able to help somebody else with whatever they are going through to do something about the situation they are in G What is the biggest discovery that you ve gained in life that made you who you are today H That s very crucial The biggest discovery is learning how to be a mother That definitely changed me for good It makes you think differently it makes you more patient more resilient and I waste less time on things that don t matter Bringing life into the world is a whole other thing it is such a life changing experience and you learn how to adapt Bringing a human being has been the most powerful discovery I ve had G How do you balance your schedule know what you don t really need to do and know how to say no to yourself H I chose to not get distracted by things that don t matter The way that I gage what doesn t matter is just whether it positively benefits me my family my career my spirituality my health If its none of the above then I definitely put that down on my to do list Getting my nails done doesn t really affect my family or my career So I would pick songwriting for an hour versus going out and doing something that is a temporary materialistic need Given one could argue that it puts them in a better mood but there re other things I could prioritize like maybe a date with a friend and going to the beach Going out would have the same effect on my body as doing my nails would Not saying my nails aren t done right now because they are For me it is important that I m doing things that benefit not just myself but benefit other people G If you could have a business not related to music what would it be H I would want to teach have a space for learning whatever that would be o r have a restaurant with a music venue inside it I am a social person I like to be around people I like to learn from people and socialize Just a job where I could help someone or understand something a little better or provide a space for people to learn and grow would be really cool for me G What are your top personal and career goals H To be a good person and be happy and spend less time doing things that are not important and be less materialistic On the business side just continue playing music and going on tours and traveling G What would blow your mind if it were to happen H A tour with Slightly Stoopid G What type of un ordinary power would you have H Power to make people move out of the road so I can drive

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