Monday, July 2, 2012

July 2. Things are back to normal. Still, we need your financial help. Donate now.

MONDAY JULY 2, 2012 UPDATE:  Broadcast has been restored.  BPRF's transmitter was damaged and needs repair work so  your donations are important.  The Neighborhood Network is loaning use of their transmitter to return BPRF to broadcasting status.  

SATURDAY JUNE 30, 2012 REPORT.  Windstorms and tornadoes.  It's summertime in central Ohio. Bexley Public Radio has been silent since the first windstorm blew through the area last Friday.

No music.  No jazz.

No local Bexley news and information.

No East-side Columbus news and information.

We haven't identified the problem yet but we are fearful that the Bexley Public Radio transmitter has been damaged by a lightening strike.

Whatever has caused our black-out, it will be an expense so the radio station will need money.  

If you like Jazz on 102.1 FM,  help us get back on the air. If you support local news and information for Bexley and nearby Columbus neighborhoods, make a donation.

Mail your check or money order to:

Bexley Public Radio Foundation (Jazz on 102.1 FM)
2700 E. Main St., Studio 208
Columbus, OH, 43209

Donate on-line:

Google the three words Agent of Currency and click on the "Donate" button at the radio station's blog and use your credit card or PayPal account to make a donation..

Donations by telephone:

Call (614) 235-2929 and make a credit card donation by phone.

Bexley Public Radio Foundation is an Ohio nonprofit organization that is exempt from federal taxes under the Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3).  Donations to Bexley Public Radio Foundation are deductible for businesses and individuals who itemize.

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