KPCW Radio

A nonprofit organization

$113,068 raised by 469 donors

100% complete

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KPCW Radio is the only nonprofit source of daily, local news in Park City. We help you "Listen Like a Local" and keep you connected with news and mountain-
lifestyle entertainment and information across all of Summit and Wasatch Counties. At KPCW, our mission is to inform, inspire, connect the people and places of the greater Park City community. As our region has grown so has KPCW, now broadcasting via three frequencies 91.7 FM, 88.1 FM, and 91.9 FM along 24/7 digital streaming on our website and mobile app. We are proud to provide all of our content online without a paywall, meaning that KPCW is equally accessible to anyone, anywhere, anytime

KPCW is YOUR radio station, the one that wakes you up in the morning and brings you local news from around town.

  • Wondering what you need to know today? The KPCW News Team has you covered morning, noon, and night with the Local News Hour, Noon News Report, and The Local View, along with 24/7 access to all our stories on 
  • Planning to hit the trails or the slopes? We're here for you with daily weather, snow and avalanche forecasting, and trail reports.
  • Have you lost something around town? We've got you covered with hourly Lost & Found reports. 
  • Heading across town? We'll tell you when traffic is backing up and what roads to avoid.
  • Looking for ways to get more involved in the community you love? Each day, we bring you dozens of Public Service Announcements about volunteer opportunities and upcoming events around town.

KPCW provides the local news you can use, when and where you need it!

Make an investment in your NONPROFIT community radio. Your gift, no matter the amount, DOES make a difference!  

Rick Brough at Sundance 2013 (Photo by Nan Chalat Noaker)


"...I'm Rick Brough" 

After 35 years, our beloved Rick Brough is retiring from KPCW. We're going to miss his daily news, film reviews, and of course his signature sign-off. 

Help us celebrate Rick's incredible 35 years of service to this community with a gift and YOUR favorite Rick Brough story.

Share your love for Rick and KPCW

More about KPCW

Since 1980, KPCW has been an essential source of daily news for residents and visitors across Summit and Wasatch counties. The KPCW news team provides in-depth coverage on critical issues facing our community, such as real-time containment and evacuation orders during the Parley's Canyon Fire, and ways that local leaders, businesses, schools, and nonprofit organizations have addressed local needs since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic.

KPCW also provides daily locally-produced public affairs shows focused on business, arts and culture, the environment, physical and mental health, advances in science and technology, and issues facing area minorities, along with 64 hours of music and entertainment programming each week. KPCW also serves as an umbrella organization for local nonprofit arts, cultural, recreational, health and welfare, environmental, educational, and animal rescue organizations across Summit and Wasatch counties. In 2020, KPCW launched a new initiative to offer free underwriting to all nonprofit organizations who join us for our biannual pledge drives, awarding more than $150,000 in free underwriting to local nonprofits since August 2020.

Beyond being simply an NPR affiliate, KPCW strives to be an anchor in our community that listens deeply, surfaces untold stories, presents fact-based information that builds awareness, empathy, and engagement among the diverse communities we serve.

Thank you to The Promontory Foundation for providing a generous 

$5,000 matching grant to KPCW during Live PC Give PC.

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KPCW Radio

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460 SWEDE ALLEY PO Box 1372


435 649 9004

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