Friday, April 22, 2011

Pay $45 and skip the KQED-FM pledge breaks

Who isn't annoyed by pledge drives on public broadcasting that interrupt your favorite shows. KQED-FM today announced a solution. For $45 ($5 more than a basic membership) you get access to a pledge-free stream of KQED programming. The stream will be available through the end of the May 2011 pledge drive, and is only available on smartphones and other Internet connections. Here's a link.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

who isn't annoyed? people who don't listen to public radio. I can't stand the pro-government propaganda, served up to an audience too stupid to understand that they're being conned.

Anonymous said...

I already contribute to KQED through my taxes. Can I get a pledge-free stream?