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Kiss Kiss Bang Bang playlist 3/22/2013

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07:05pm 2:36 Stevie Wonder I Was Made To Love Her   Defintive Collection 2002 Motown  
07:07pm 3:00 Smokey Robinson & the Miracles The Tears Of A Clown   Motown #1'S 2004 Motown Record Company L.P.  
07:10pm 3:21 Edwin Starr 25 Miles   The Best of Edwin Starr   A&M  
07:14pm 3:13 The Spinners IT'S A SHAME   Spinners: The Definitive Soul Collection 2007 Rhino Atlantic  
07:17pm 3:02 Jimmy Ruffin WHAT BECOMES OF THE BROKENHEARTED   20th Century Masters - The Millennium Collection: The Best of Jimmy Ruffin 2001 Motown  
07:20pm 2:52 Clarence Carter Snatching It Back   Rhino Hi-Five: Clarence Carter - EP 2005 Rhino Atlantic  
07:23pm 2:44 Don Covay Sookie, Sookie   What It Is! Funky...   Unknown  
07:26pm 2:03 Bobby Womack I'm a Midnight Mover   Midnight Mover The Bobby Womack Story   Unknown  
07:28pm 3:22 The Persuaders Thin Line Between Love And Hate   Thin Line Between Love & Hate: Golden Classics 2004 Rhino/Elektra  
07:31pm Set break
07:31pm 3:02 Jackie Wilson Baby Workout   Jackie Wilson: 20 Greatest Hits 2001 Brunswick Records  
07:34pm 2:14 Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing   Motown #1s   Unknown  
07:36pm 2:34 Solomon Burke Cry To Me   Atlantic Rhythm & Blues   Unknown  
07:39pm 2:47 The Isley Brothers It's Your Thing   It's Your Thing: The Story of the Isley Brothers Disc 1 1999 Atlantic  
07:42pm 3:02 The Jackson 5 I Want You Back   The Jacksons Story   Unknown  
07:45pm 2:20 Otis Redding Hard To Handle   The Commitments Soundtrack   Unknown  
07:54pm 2:32 Rufus Thomas WALKING THE DOG   Soul Masters: Walking the Dog 2005 Carinco AG  
07:57pm 2:38 Soul Brothers Six SOME KIND of WONDERFUL   Sock It To 'Em Soul 2004 Unknown  
07:59pm 3:48 The Moments Love On a Two-Way Street   A Moment With the Moments 1970 Rhino  
08:03pm Set break
08:03pm 3:45 Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings 100 Days, 100 Nights   100 Days, 100 Nights 2007 Daptone Records  
08:07pm 2:28 Raphael Saadiq Let's Take A Walk (Album Version)   The Way I See It 2008 columbia  
08:09pm 3:32 Eli "Paperboy" Reed I Found You Out   Come And Get It 2010 Capitol  
08:13pm 4:06 Michael Franti and Spearhead Sometimes   Stay Human   Unknown  
08:14pm 3:30 Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley All Night   Welcome To Jamrock   Unknown  
08:18pm 3:34 Amy Winehouse Between the Cheats   Lioness: Hidden Treasures 2011 Universal Republic  
08:21pm 2:31 Mayer Hawthorne Just Ain't Gonna Work Out   A Strange Arrangement (Deluxe Edition) 2009 Discograph  
08:24pm 3:55 Terence Trent D'Arby Dance Little Sister   Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent d'Arby 1987 Unknown  
08:28pm Set break
08:28pm 2:49 The Honey Cone Want Ads   Are You Man Enough? 2009 Vex  
08:30pm 3:16 Archie Bell & the Drells Tighten Up Pt. 1   Rhino Hi-Five - Archie Bell & the Drells - EP 2005 Rhino Atlantic  
08:34pm 3:22 The Main Ingredient Everybody Plays The Fool   Everybody Plays the Fool: The Best of the Main Ingredient 1972 RCA/Legacy  
08:37pm 2:56 Laura Lee Dirty Man   Chess Soul - A Decade of Chicago's Finest 1997 Geffen* Records  
08:40pm 2:44 Marv Johnson You Got What It Takes   100 Greatest Soul Classics 2011 AudioSonic Music  
08:43pm 3:03 Contours First I Look At The Purse   20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of The Contours 2003 Motown  
08:46pm 2:46 Aretha Franklin See Saw   the very best of aretha franklin 1984 Rhino  
08:49pm 2:18 Arthur Conley Sweet Soul Music   Sweet Soul Music 1967 Atco  
08:51pm 2:48 Junior Walker & the All-Stars (I'm A) Roadrunner   20th Century Masters   Unknown  
08:54pm 3:00 Sly and the Family Stone Dance To The Music   Greatest Hits
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Kiss Kiss Bang Bang airs from 7 pm to 9 pm on alternate Fridays and is hosted by Notorious.

This program features music from the genres of rock, pop, indie, punk, new wave, soul/r&b, roots/Americana/country/blues, and ALL their friends.

MCPB Board of Directors

Welcome our new board members and thank our outgoing board members at the Annual Meeting of the Mendocino County Public Broadcasting Board of Directors

Point Noyo (previously The Cliff House)

1011 S Main Street 

Fort Bragg, CA 95437

Monday, May 2nd, 2016 6:00 pm

(No Host Bar/Food available for purchase)

New board members John Azzaro (At large); Jonathan Middlebrook (1st District); and Stuart Campbell (Programmer Elect) 

Outgoing board members are Bob Page and John Sakowicz


Here are the minutes from the last meeting, as yet unapproved.


KZYX/MENDOCINO COUNTY PUBLIC BROADCASTING

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

MARCH 7, 2016

WILLITS LIBRARY

 

MINUTES

 THE MEETING WAS CALLED TO ORDER AT 6:03 P.M.

ROLL CALL
Present: Meg Courtney, Lorraine Dechter, Jane Futcher, Jenness Hartley, Ed Keller, Benj Thomas, John Sakowicz

Absent: Clay Eubank

 

APPROVAL OF LAST MEETING’S MINUTES: Unanimous

 

MATTERS FROM THE BOARD PRESIDENT: Meg Courtney

—GROUND RULES: Meg appointed Jenness to be the Meeting Facilitator

—THANK YOUS: Meg expressed thanks to Lorraine Dechter, the new GM: Jane Futcher, elections coordinator and election ballot workers and stampers, including Jenness, Ed, Bob and several others. Ed Keller was thanked for building a covered area outside where staff can sit.

—FUNDRAISING: Meg mentioned some of the fundraisers coming up, including Amy Goodman in Willits, April 16; a Willits house party April 23; a Mother’s Day fundraiser with Starchild chocolate; a Church of the Boogie Woogie party with a Boogie Woogie diva in June. She thanked Catherine Keegan and Tim Bray for taking on many fundraising events for KZYX and for requiring board and staff do very little.

 

MATTERS FROM BOARD MEMBERS:

Jane Futcher reported that board election was proceeding and the on-air forum went well.

John Sakowicz welcomed Lorraine and expressed hope that KZYX will collaborate with low-power channels like KMEC, also using digital platforms and many new technologies that expand the station’s reach and can be the source of potential revenues.

 

STANDING COMMITTEE REPORTS

—Elections Report by Jane not needed because of above check-in

—No Finance Committee report due to Clay’s absence

 

PRESENTATION OF MENDOCINO COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS’ COMMENDATION TO MARY AIGNER BY TOM WOODHOUSE: Tom Woodhouse read an eloquently worded recognition of Mary Aigner’s 22 years of service as a staff member of KZYX. (See Attached)

 

COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD REPORT FROM ELLEN SAXE

Ellen summarized the results of a CAB public meeting in Elk in February. She chose an area that the station does not always reach out to but was disappointed with the turnout despite the fact that the meeting was well publicized. About 10 people attended. She said transparency of the board and station was a big issue and there were requests for:
1. On-air CAB meetings

2. On-air Board meetings

3. On-air discussions with board representatives

4. The board should stop using a closed board list serve and confidential meetings

5. Simple living membership of $25 should be announced on the air

6. Controversy comes from exclusion — Someone said that when the Mendocino School Board adopted a more open stance their meetings became less contentious and shorter.

 

Ellen reported many comments about the board’s conduct, including:

—Board should state what its rules are and follow the process

—Board should not let a few people make all the decisions

—Board should make transparency a priority

—Board needs to follow through as new board members replace outgoing members.

—Board should be more responsive.

Several of those attending want access to the membership list with an opt-out clause for folks who don’t want to be contacted.

Other suggestions:

—Hire a volunteer coordinator

—contact nonmembers through public meetings

—Restore safe harbor

—State what happened with Ukiah studio funds

—Start a program council that had decision-making power

—Pay attention to the South Coast so people in Gualala can tune in.

—Encourage more participation by young people

—Define and follow the process for choosing programmers

—Institute a grievance procedure for former programmers

—Form Ad Hoc committees of members for pursuing specific issues

—Take seriously the decline in membership

—Encourage and support local programmers

 

BREAKS: During the meeting, possibly during Ellen’s presentation, a reporter covering the meeting and a candidate for the board interrupted frequently and claimed the board president was not following clear procedures. The facilitator called short break to establish calm.

 

NO ACTION ITEMS

STATE OF THE STATION REPORT — Lorraine Dechter

Lorraine did not submit a written report. She introduced Jerry Fraley, the interim Operations Manager, who was not present, and Raoul Van Haul, who introduced himself and his long experience in broadcasting, particularly in Portland, Oregon. Lorraine announced new Native American programming, a five-minute syndicated segment for which she has not yet found the perfect time slot. She said our expenses for the month of January were triple what was budgeted because it was costly covering the vacant program manager and ops manager positions.

 PUBLIC COMMENT:

Jeff Wright: Thanked Lorraine for unraveling the “trainwreck she was left with.” Said the satellites studios are working better and he asked that the “safe harbor” from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. be restored. He encouraged KZYZ to participate in joint events with KMUD and promote the Seven Rivers Network.

Sheila Dawn Tracy: Said members should be able to communicate with each other; wants safe harbor restore; would like a written GM report; feels new KZYX newsletter should have gone in the silent drive letter.

Sarah: Requested results of fundraisers and pledge drives be published on the KZYX Web site and promoted on the Web site in advance

Fran Koliner: Welcomed Lorraine

Ellen Saxe: Gave out her email address so others can receive summary of CAB meeting

Lyn Dee Johnson: Wants each board member to have a sign with their names so people know who they are; said this was an “emotional transition” that is hard on listeners, too, as they hear new voices on the air, etc. She, or someone else, remarked that the FCC investigation of KZXY led to a decision by the staff to end safe harbor because of concerns the station might lose its license if the FCC heard bad language on the air.

 

The meeting ended at 8 p.m.

Respectfully submitted by Jane Futcher, Board VP

 

Adendum: Mendocino Board of Supervisors’ letter of Commendation to Mary Aigner. Signed by Tom Woodhouse and Dan Gjerde, delivered at the meeting March 7, 2016

 

Mary Aigner tirelessly served Mendocino County for 22 years through her work at KZYX. During her tenure as program director, she exhibited an unflagging dedication to community radio in general and Mendocino County Public Broadcasting in particular. The station was more than a job to her, it was a career and a passion, often placed before her own personal life. 

 

Mary exhibited dedication to the listening community by

—Cultivating familiarity with the various communities of the region, and the issues

confronting each of them. She often helped to arrange discussions of those issues on the stations public affairs programs and newscasts’’

—Maintaining steadfast awareness, and unwaveringly correct instincts about the preferences

of the public radio listening community, and representing them in any meeting,

conversation, or decision in which she was involved. “How will it benefit the listeners?”

was the perspective she always brought to the table.

 —Facing recurring challenges from small segments of the community about programming,

remaining firmly rooted in her convictions and professional expertise about how to serve

the majority of listeners and how to make KZYX the best possible community station. 

  —Being willing to engage in conversation with any listener, and personally respond to their

questions and concerns

             

Mary exhibited dedication to the station by:

 —Understanding and being able to operate and manage all the stations equipment, and

keeping herself abreast of the evolving technology

—Being available 24/7 to handle last-minute changes, trouble-shoot technical difficulties and support other staff members in their efforts to seek resolution

 —Being available to facilitate special programming – coming in on weekends and evenings to update the stations automated broadcast system

 —Helping produce live remote broadcasts, and fundraising events

 —Remaining ever mindful of the regulations which govern public radio stations

              

Mary exhibited dedication to the stations volunteer programmers by:

—Training, guiding, and assisting on-air volunteers, whatever their level of skill or experience

 —Helping find substitute hosts for absent programmers, often filling in herself on short notice

—Always being available to programmers, even on weekends or when out of town, to instruct,

support, and trouble-shoot unexpected on-air difficulties

 —Actively interfacing with record companies, and content providers, to keep the flow of new

music and programming coming to the station

 —Alerting programmers to new music or events which might be of interest to their audience

 —Facilitating interview opportunities for programmers with performers and public figures

Tom Woodhouse & Dan Gjerde

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