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3 Ways to Bring UCOMM Radio Back!

As we build our recording studio, here is how you can help us kick ass for the working class.

Kris LaGrange's picture
Jan 05, 2018

Over the last few weeks, we have been working hard to bring UCOMM Radio back as a podcast. Thanks to the generosity of our listeners and some local unions we are well on our way to getting our studio built and getting back on the air. Even with this generosity, we still need your help to get the campaign over the hump. There are two main reasons we need you to donate.

Kickstarter:

Getting a podcast started is going to require a lot of startup money. We need to build a studio, we are going to need microphones and audio equipment. To get all of this built, we have set a $3,000 goal on Kickstarter and we need to raise that money by Monday, January 15th. Supporting us on Kickstarter is easy and you only need to make a one-time donation. We even have cool prizes for those who donate. Click here to support us today.

Patreon:

Once UCOMM Radio is back on the air, we are going to need ongoing support to pay for the staff working on the show and to advertise the show on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. To make sure that we have a good base of ongoing support, we set up a Patreon page. Here you can become a patron of UCOMM Radio and give a small monthly donation. This way we will have a constant funding source, ensuring that we can keep the show going. We also have cool prizes for our Patreon supporters and we are thinking about doing some special content based on your support level. Click here to visit our Patreon page.

Go Fund Me:

GoFundMe is another way that you can make a one-time donation to UCOMM Radio, just like Kickstarter, but this campaign has no end date so you can donate here to help with startup costs or you can make a one-time donation to help keep UCOMM Radio on the air. Click here to donate.

 

 

Everyone here at UCOMM really appreciates the support that we have gotten from our supporters and listeners. Thank you for helping to get UCOMM Radio back on the air.

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