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KBYU’s Community Volunteer Council (CVC) is an advisory council composed of viewers, listeners, and leaders who volunteer time each month to better help Eleven and Classical 89 meet local interests and needs. Members represent the broad perspectives that make our audience unique, and their recommendations allow us to better represent and serve the community. Meetings are open to the public.

CVC Leaders

Marian Howe-Taylor, Chair
Paul Leggett, Vice Chair

CVC Members
Drew Browning, Brenda Burrell, Kim Corrigan, K. Newell Dayley, Gayleen Grandy, Calli Hales, Carl Hernandez, Nels Holmgren, Barbara Leavitt, Kenneth Luker, Melanie Lundberg, Heidi Swinton, Teresa Tavares, Linda Walton.
Upcoming Meetings
Fri May 9, 2014 10:00 am
Fri Aug 8, 2014 10:00 am
Fri Oct 10, 2014 10:00 am
Meeting Location

BYU Broadcasting Building
Meeting Rooms B & C
601 East University Parkway
Provo, Utah 84602
(801) 422-8450

The BYU Broadcasting Building, on the campus of Brigham Young University, is located immediately east of the Marriott Center.

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Meeting Summaries

Click on the dates below for a summary of issues discussed in previous Community Volunteer Council meetings.

February 14, 2014
CVC President, Marian Howe-Taylor, led a discussion with members of the Eleven and Classical 89 Community Volunteer Council about the following: Eleven and Classical 89 are considering how to create a few annual events that provide unique, high-value experiences for the participants. Each event should accomplish at least two of the following goals: provide a service, generate revenue, build relationships, or create awareness. A number of PBS and public radio stations have been very successful in creating annual community wide events such as a quilt show, veteran’s celebration, film screening, children’s festival, lecture series, food tasting, concerts, competitions, etc., that members of their communities look forward to and support. In general, these events are tied to the station’s mission, programs, and audiences. They started small, built over time, and attracted sponsors and partners. Is this something we should pursue and what type of events do you suggest? The meeting also included reports from Christian Fox, University Council - Classical 89’s license renewal by the FCC; Diena Simmons, Eleven Station Manager – Eleven programs and events: 1. GettyReady Partnership culminates with Ken Burns Film, “The Address,” airing on Eleven April 15. 2. Partnership with Utah Debate Commission in airing election 2014 debates. 3. “20 to Ready” (How families can prepare for disaster series); Eric Glissmeyer, Classical 89 Station Manager – Classical 89’s ratings have climbed. Highest weekly Cume rating in the nation for classical music stations. Next CVC meeting: May 9, 2014.
October 11, 2013
February 8, 2013


If you would like to suggest to the CVC a community issue or local need in which you feel we can be involved, please fill out this contact form.

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