KKRN FM, is a volunteer-based, listener-supported radio station fostering positive social change and healthy communities by entertaining, informing and educating through diverse music, culture, news, and public affairs programming.


Sojourner Truth was an African-American abolitionist and women's rights activist. Truth was born into slavery in Swartekill, Ulster County, New York, but escaped with her infant daughter to freedom in 1826.
    Bird Note Pulse of the Planet Low Down on Science Insight Radio Reel Time Shelf Discovery 4:20 Drug War News Community Calendar
      Democracy Now! is a United States daily progressive, nonprofit, independently syndicated program of news, analysis, and opinion. The award-winning one hour War and Peace Report is hosted by investigative journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
        The Scholars’ Circle is a broadcast discussion that features a moderator and three top thinkers/scholars who tackle current events and systemic issues within the broader context of the deeper phenomena that drive and shape those events.
          American music with a passport.
            Cowboy Up plays Country Western music. The name of the show implies you can be a cowboy or cowgirl if you dress like one. Listen to our station and you'll get in the mood to Cowboy Up by dressing like a cowboy or cowgirl! Every Wednesday from 12 noon to 2PM!
            The best in blues, R&B, soul, jumpin' jazz and zydeco.
              Actor…author…director…comedian…musician…philosopher…political satirist…record-company owner…and one of the best “voices” in the business (just ask THE SIMPSONS), Harry Shearer is a comic personality and modern day renaissance man.
                Call-in show from earlier in the day on many and any issues.
                  Weekly confrontation over politics, policy and popular culture
                    Strictly Vinyl is a show reminiscent of a time before digital, celebrating the vintage sound of an old record on a good, old fashioned turn table...because there is nothing quite like the cracks and pops of the needle gliding across the vinyl.
                    “In the history of American radio, no series has come close to Nick Spitzer’s American Routes in exploring the many streams of this nation’s music.” — Nat Hentoff, Wall Street Journal
                      Ecclectic mix.