Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

Public radio pledge drive begins March 15

As the only local non-commercial broadcaster, Coast Community Radio operates its three stations by relying on funds from the community it serves. Because of the community's strong support, KMUN has been getting better and better for 38 years. “KMUN is a reflection of the community we serve. Listener support facilitates and drives our quest to be a refuge, through music programming, and a resource, through news and local interest shows,” said Janet Fryberger, Membership Director.

Starting March 15 through April 17, KMUN will have it's annual Spring Pledge Drive. They ask listeners to tune in, on the FM dial for ways to donate or from the website and become a member by clicking the donate button.

Coast Community Radio is member-supported, volunteer-operated radio, serving a diverse listening audience along the North Oregon and SW Washington coasts, from Raymond, Washington to Pacific City, Oregon. They provide locally relevant programming, news and emergency information on three stations KMUN, KTCB and KCPB.

KMUN at 91.9fm is the flagship station in its 38th year based in Astoria. Its format includes local news, public affairs and an eclectic mix of locally hosted music shows along with programs from NPR and other independent sources. Sister station KTCB 89.5fm carries the KMUN broadcast to listeners in Tillamook, while a third station, KCPB at 90.9fm, broadcasts a separate mix of news and classical music. These stations can also be heard on


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