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Welcome to Tarleton Public Radio, KTRL 90.5 FM

radio show with Dr. Dottavio

KTRL Public Radio


ktrl 90.5 FM is part of the College of Liberal and Fine Arts

KTRL Day of Giving

On April 17, 2018- Texans all around the globe will come together and give to their favorite programs for Giving Day at Tarleton State University.  We know a Texan never backs down from a challenge, so we’re asking you to consider a KTRL membership. Memberships of the KTRL radio station provide a way to publicly inform, enrich and engage our audience through media to enhance a greater sense of civic and cultural connection. We very much appreciate our current and past supporters, members and listeners.   
Your support will help continue broadcasting a unique mix of NPR News, classical and jazz music while opening the door for more Tarleton students to get a hands-on radio broadcasting experience. Not to mention broadcasting more Tarleton sports games to more listeners! We can’t face a challenge without you, our valued alumni and friends of Tarleton State University. No gift is too small. 
Mark your calendar now and join us for all the fun on Giving Day 2018. The fun runs from 12:01 to 11:59 on April 17, 2018.  Thank you for your support- Bleed Purple!

Your New Home for Tarleton Sports!

KTRL 90.5 is the new exclusive home for Tarleton's Sports.

Granbury High School Sports!

Listen in to hear Granbury High School games.

http://www.tarleton.edu/ktrl/sports.html

Cars for ktrl!

Donate your old car to ktrl by calling 877-411-3662. You'll get a tax write-off and you'll support public radio at the same time! Read the Frequently Asked Questions about donating your car to ktrl.

Support ktrl!

You can DONATE NOW and use your credit or check card. Your donation at any level will help ensure public radio for the Cross Timbers area, but we’d like to suggest a donation of $40 or more.

We hope that if you listen to and value the station, you will pitch in and make a donation. If you’re on campus in Stephenville, you can drop by the Math building, Room 138, to say hello while you drop off your check or credit card information.

The KTRL Leadership Circle is a new group of dedicated listeners that make an annual commitment of $1,000 or more. You can make a $1,000 donation online or contact the Development Office at (254) 968-9769.

Your participation is essential. Tarleton State University must raise funds from you, the listener, in order to keep KTRL as a public radio station.

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