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Despierta Kingston

Today is Wednesday, June 19 Cooling centers open around Mid-Hudson Valley in response to heat wave

Listen to today's show and learn about the cooling centers opening around the Mid-Hudson Valley
Don't miss today's biography we will talk about Martin Luther King.

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Community Tech Team Technical Production Associate

Radio Kingston Community Tech Team
Technical Production Associate – Resource Support

The Radio Kingston Community Tech Team is seeking an individual to join our staff
production team with an in-person commitment of 40 hours per week.
This is a unique and extraordinary opportunity to join the community service aspect in
support of Radio Kingston’s mission to be the mirror that reflects the community back to
itself. We‘re looking to expand our team with an individual who exemplifies this love of
service, and continued commitment to community engagement. We’re looking for
someone excited to work with a tight-knit crew with a passion for amplifying the voices
of our community. This is a full-time salaried position starting at $60k/yr with full health
and wellness benefits.

The ideal candidate will have experience in live event production, stage crew tasks, and
audio-visual equipment setup/operation/breakdown. This role is physically demanding
and requires someone experienced in driving large vehicles including heavy loads and
trailers. We’re seeking a highly organized, proactive problem solver who can shift their
focus and move through tasks with agility and compassion.

About the Radio Kingston Community Technical Team
In addition to our core radio programming produced from our studios, Radio Kingston
also responds to community requests for live field broadcasts and technical event
support including concerts, festivals, community meetings, and a variety of live video
web streaming scenarios.

Our productions are a collaboration with our community partners wherein we apply our
inspiration and passion for technical production to support the desired outcomes that
our partners imagine for their content and our community. Our “Tech Team” crew is
made up of a growing group of community members with a range of experience in the
related skills of audio, video, lighting, and network engineering. Our goals are to serve
our community both with technical support and with the sharing of skills and knowledge
to enable more people to help each other to be seen and be heard.

About the Role
The Technical Production Associate – Resource Support role assists with live event
productions in the Kingston Community. This work largely consists of loading in, setting
up, breaking down, and transporting technical production equipment and materials. This
position is also responsible for equipment, vehicle, and shop maintenance including
repair, organization, and inventory. This position reports to the Technical Production

Anticipated Duties and Expectations
● Support event load-in/ load-out and set up
● Reliable driver with experience driving large vehicles, operating liftgates, and
securing loads, having a CDL License is a plus
● Perform various tasks/cues during live productions
● Have a basic knowledge of mechanical and electrical devices and applications
● Assist with handling ropes, wires, cables, and other rigging
● Have the ability and experience working with power tools
● Use of general carpentry and fabrication techniques
● Have the ability to frequently lift/ move up to 50 lbs or greater weights in tandem
with additional crew member assistance
● Be able to work comfortably and safely on ladders and at a variety of heights
● Candidates should possess strong communication skills and attention to detail.
They are collaborative, self-motivated, and bring a positive, can-do attitude
● Be a good communicator. Bilingual abilities are a plus
● Must be available on nights and weekends
● Have computer skills including Google Docs, Word, and Excel
● Be well-organized & detail-oriented
● Be punctual
● Practice safe and responsible working habits

Radio Kingston deeply values diversity and is committed to the recruitment of
individuals of underrepresented backgrounds, including gender, race, religion, and
sexual orientation.

Radio Kingston is an equal opportunity employer and we strongly encourage and seek
applications from women, people of color, immigrant, bilingual, and bicultural
individuals, as well as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender
communities. Radio Kingston is firmly committed to complying with all federal, state,
and local equal employment opportunity (“EEO”) laws.

Radio Kingston strictly prohibits discrimination against any employee or applicant for
employment because of the individual’s race, creed, color, sex, religion, national origin,
age, sexual orientation, height and/or weight, disability, gender identity or expression,
medical condition, marital status, partnership status, genetic predisposition or carrier
status, military status, arrest record and any other characteristic protected by law.

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Transmissions from the Interzone

Your local librarian is pretty cool

John talks writing, record collecting and more with author, and Kingston Library’s patron services librarian, Brian James.

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The Black Meta

June 18, 2024: “The INTERVIEW ... Lisa Kelley, Executive Director, Kingston Midtown Arts District!”

Today, YOUR Meta has THE INTERVIEW ... LISA KELLEY, Executive Director, Kingston Midtown Arts District!


TUNE IN and TURN UP YOUR Black Meta!

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MOCHILERO con Antonio Flores-Lobos

Alexa Benzaquén returns to Mochilero with her songs ...

ALEXA's next presentation is at the Food Truck Festival, taking place on Friday, June 28, from 6 to 9pm at the parking lot, next to UPAC, at 615 Broadway, in Midtown Kingston.

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La Voz con Mariel Fiori

Early primary election for Assembly District 103, Beyond Health Care Symposium, and meeting one of five honorees for the La Voz Magazine's 20th Anniversary

Good Tuesday friends! Today on La Voz with Mariel Fiori is a day of politics and health.

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Planet Seniors

Chris Hewitt and Hudson Valley Currents

My good friend, Nadine Ferraro, host of Happy Hour, also on Radio Kingston co-hosted tonight's interview with Chris Hewitt. Chris is the founder of "Current". Current is a legal form of barter that has taken hold of Kingston's Midtown section and is spreading like wildfire. Chris shared how it works and talked of how you must be registered with his company to receive current bartering monies. They look like dollar bills but are much more colorful so they look like fun. Chris says that in order to use the Current system you must have a service to give. This works even if you are retired and can do things like yard work, cleaning, driving people to appointments etc. and many of the Midtown businesses and restaurants are now accepting and working with the program.

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