Printable Program Guides for January 2017

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We’ve stopped production and mailing of our Gamut program guide, preferring to put over $50,000 of annual resources directly into WSKG programs and services. For those who would prefer them, we provide these printable PDF guides.

Radio Guide, WSKG and WSQX

Radio grid cover JAN 2017

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WSKG HDTV condensed guide

condensed HD cover JAN 2017

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WSKG DT-2, “World” condensed guide

condensed WORLD cover JAN 2017

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WSKG DT-3, “Create” condensed guide

condensed CREATE cover JAN 2017

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WSKG HDTV DAYTIME condensed guide

condensed DAYTIME cover JAN 2017

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WSKG HDTV WEEKEND DAYTIME condensed guide

condensed WEEKEND DAYTIME cover JAN 2017

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EXPANDED LISTINGS for WSKG HDTV

expanded HD cover JAN 2017

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EXPANDED LISTINGS for WSKG DT-2, “World”

expanded WORLD cover JAN 2017

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EXPANDED LISTINGS for WSKG DT-3, “Create”

expanded CREATE cover JAN 2017

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6 thoughts on “Printable Program Guides for January 2017

    • Thanks for the suggestion, we always value input from our viewers. We’ll take it into consideration for future program schedules.

    • Dear Annette,

      We’ve heard from several people who will miss the Folk Sampler, and our programmers are considering a better slot for it. Right now, it’s been moved to 4:00am Sunday morning, which we realize is not helpful to most listeners. Thanks for the comment, we’re keeping track.

    • Our radio programmer, Charles Compton, says: “Folk Sampler remains on WSKG, but at a rough time. It can be heard at 4:00am on Sundays. We realize this new time is inconvenient, and we are looking for another time for such programming. I am also a fan. Given the changes on A Prairie Home Companion, we saw the opportunity to update the folk music aired on Saturday evenings on WSKG. Of course, with musician Chris Thile as its host, APHC now focuses more on folk and americana music. That will lead nicely into a new show produced for WSKG by Crystal Sarakas. Free Range Folk will deliver more music from musicians who currently perform in our region. Plus, Mountain Stage remains the most popular folk program aired by public radio. It will also feature nationally known contemporary artists. Together, we believe these three programs will breathe new life into our folk format, making it more attractive to more folk lovers. I do apologize for the inconvenience, but I firmly believe these three programs will better serve our audience and enhance the folk music tradition in our community.”

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