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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

KUFW (90.5 FM, La Campesina 90.5 FM) is an American non-commercial educational radio station licensed to serve the community of Woodlake in Tulare County, California. The station is operated by Farmworker Educational Radio Network, Inc., and its broadcast license is held by the Cesar Chavez Foundation. Signing on in May 1983, KUFW became the first radio station in the United States "dedicated to the needs of farmworkers".[1][2]

Programming

KUFW broadcasts a Regional Mexican music and educational programming format branded as "La Campesina 90.5 FM" to the farmworkers of the Visalia metropolitan area as part of the Radio Campesina Network.[3][1][4] ("Campesina" is a Spanish word meaning "peasant" or "farmworker".) Anthony Chavez, president of Farmworker Educational Radio Network, Inc., is the youngest son of American farm worker, labor leader, and civil rights activist César Chávez.[5]

History

In July 1980, the United Farm Workers union, working through a subsidiary named Farmworkers Communications, Inc., applied to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for a construction permit for a new broadcast radio station.[2] The FCC granted this permit on August 31, 1981, with a scheduled expiration date of August 31, 1982.[6] The new station was assigned call sign "KUFW" on November 30, 1981.[7] After multiple extensions, construction and testing were completed in May 1983 and KUFW began broadcasting under program test authority.[1][4] The station was granted its broadcast license on June 28, 1984.[8]

The station was taken temporarily off the air in mid-April 1990 by a fire that gutted the interior of the broadcast facility and destroyed the station's control room. While repairs were being made, broadcasting resumed from one of the station's remote broadcast vans parked at the site of the fire-ravaged facility.[9]

In August 1995, Farmworkers Communications, Inc., filed an application with the FCC to transfer the KUFW broadcast license to National Farm Workers Service Center, Inc. The FCC approved the move on December 13, 1995, and the transaction was formally consummated on December 14, 1995.[10]

On September 2, 2011, lawyers representing radio stations KUFW and KNAI (Phoenix, Arizona) notified the FCC that license holder National Farm Workers Service Center, Inc., had legally changed its name to the "César Chávez Foundation" on June 30, 2010.[11]

References

  1. ^ a b c "Farm Workers Get Own Radio Station". Miami Herald. United Press International. June 4, 1983. p. 3B. Retrieved January 21, 2012. KUFW, broadcasting on FM frequency 90.5, is the nation's first radio station dedicated to the needs of farmworkers.
  2. ^ a b "UFW Radio Station Spreads Labor News; Growers Fear Facility May Become Propaganda Tool for Union". Los Angeles Times. July 3, 1983. p. 3. Retrieved January 21, 2012.
  3. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. Retrieved January 21, 2012.
  4. ^ a b "UFW shows its agility in middle age". Fresno Bee. September 1, 2002. Retrieved January 21, 2012. The union's radio network, which began with KUFW in Visalia in 1983[...]
  5. ^ "Historia" (in Spanish). La Campesina 92.5. Retrieved January 20, 2012.
  6. ^ "Application Search Details (BPED-19800708AJ)". FCC Media Bureau. August 31, 1981. Retrieved January 21, 2012.
  7. ^ "Call Sign History". CDBS Public Access Database. FCC Media Bureau. November 30, 1981. Retrieved January 21, 2012.
  8. ^ "Application Search Details (BLED-19830524AA)". FCC Media Bureau. June 28, 1984. Retrieved January 21, 2012.
  9. ^ "Fire Shuts UFW Station; Broadcast Equipment Destroyed In Morning Blaze". Fresno Bee. April 19, 2012. Retrieved January 21, 2012.
  10. ^ "Application Search Details (BALED-19950821GH)". FCC Media Bureau. December 14, 1995. Retrieved January 21, 2012.
  11. ^ Paxson, Anne Thomas (September 2, 2011). "Change of Corporate Name of Licensee of Noncommercial FM Radio Stations". Borsari & Paxson. Retrieved January 21, 2012.

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