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    KXCI Community Radio
    KXCI is an award-winning, non-profit and independent, community-based radio station located in the historic Armory Park in downtown Tucson, Arizona. KXCI has been broadcasting local and independent music in a terrestrial radio format since 1983. Flagship shows include Your Morning Brew with Jim Blackwood weekdays from 7-10AM, and The Home Stretch with Cathy Rivers weekday from 3-6PM. Other long-running shows include Marty Kool’s Blues Review, Ruby’s Roadhouse, and Kidd Squidd’s Mystery Jukebox all on Saturdays, as well as Al Perry’s World Famous Clambake on Tuesdays. KXCI’s programming also provides the community with independent news media programs such as Democracy Now, A View from Slightly Off Center, Broad Perspectives, Counterspin, 30 Minutes, and Making Contact. Visit https://kxci.org/programs/ for a complete listing. Your Community Radio KXCI also offers a broadcast medium for local music, events and concerts, charities, and public service announcements.

    Connecting the communities of Tucson and Southern Arizona to each other and to the world with informative, engaging and creative community-based radio programming.Tune in at 91.3 KXCI Tucson, or listen on line at www.kxci.org.

    KXCI prides itself on being an inclusive organization and strives to accommodate everyone, but we are a small station with limited resources and limited staff. KXCI makes sure that the 24 hours of programming is accessible through terrestrial radio and through the internet. KXCI also strives to make sure the facilities are accessible as well. While the main studio is located on the second floor there is an equally equipped studio downstairs that can go “live” at anytime. The downstairs studio has a wider door to facilitate wheelchair access along with a lower console for easy reach. KXCI also maintains a downstairs restroom with a wider door and wall rail for needed assistance.
    KXCI is happy to receive visitors and conduct tours for individuals and organizations. Fill out a form on the website to help us best plan for your visit. In general, we are available for tours during regular business hours, Monday-Friday. It is possible to make other arrangements.
    SAACA exists to ensure that, through engagement in arts and culture, our communities produce strong, inspired citizens. SAACA enlists artists, businesses, governments and individuals to expand artistic and cultural opportunities. We believe the arts play a key role in building community, enhancing education, providing therapeutic benefits and innovating economic development.

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