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KSLU announces 2010 Annual Fund Drive

Contact: Tonya Lowentritt


     HAMMOND – Southeastern Louisiana University’s award winning public radio station, 90.9 KSLU, will host its eighth annual On-Air Spring Fund Drive March 22-26.
     Proceeds from the fund drive help KSLU continue to bring quality programming to its listening audience, said General Manager Todd Delaney. 
     “In addition,” he said, “the station funds the ‘KSLU Scholarship,’ which is awarded each fall and spring semester to a current or previous KSLU student employee. Our annual fund drive helps fund the scholarship through the ‘Add a Dollar for a Scholar’ donation option.”
     Pledge options during the annual drive include several levels of giving: Green ($35), Gold ($50), Friend ($100), Family ($150), and Benefactor ($250). Pledges may be made online at or by calling the station at 985-549-5758. Payment may be made by cash, check or credit card (Mastercard and Visa). All donations are tax deductible.
     Licensed to Southeastern, KSLU is the north shore’s only public radio station and one of only eight public radio stations in Louisiana. KSLU provides the most diverse music available on the north shore, from adult rock and roll and blues to soothing dinner jazz. The station features unique programs such as “The Dirt Road Blues Show,” “The Bluegrass Hour,” “Dinner Jazz with Zia the Cat,” “Retro Reality 80s Music” and the award-winning “Rock School.” 
     The station is the voice of Southeastern football, basketball and baseball and is the flagship station of the Lion Sports Radio Network. Lion and Lady Lion games are heard live on 90.9 FM and on the web at
     KSLU also broadcasts in high definition with 90.9 KSLU HD-1 carrying KSLU’s current programming, and 90.9 KSLU HD-2 airing as a 24-hour blues-only digital radio station.
     KSLU partners with various community organizations and assists with public awareness and fundraising campaigns for agencies such as Child Advocacy Services, March of Dimes, Options, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and Tangipahoa Parish Animal Control.  
     For more information, contact Chad Pierce at 985-549-2327 or

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