Submit a PSA

KRCC can only accept PSA’s from 501(C)3 nonprofit/tax exempt organizations. Events must not promote/advocate anything of a religious or partisan political nature. For clarification of this policy, please contact KRCC at 473-4801 | 800-748-2727.

You may submit your PSA by email, fax, regular mail or via the form below with two weeks minimum advance notice to:

Email: psa@krcc.org
Fax: 473-7863
Mail: KRCC-PSA’s
912 North Weber Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Please note that we are unable to make any exceptions to the advance notice guideline. Include only basic information in your PSA (who, what, where, when) and do not send multiple page press releases. If submitting by email, please include all information in the text body of your email and do not use Word attachments. Attachments tend to spread viruses and will be ignored.

KRCC SAMPLE PSA REQUEST FORM
• Event Description
Who (name of your organization): Colorado College
What (event name and brief description): MAT Program. Summer program for school teachers seeking a Master’s Degree.
When (event date(s) and time(s)): June 20 – July 3.
Where (event location – please include complete address):
Colorado College
Education Dept
14 E. Cache la Poudre, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Why (event purpose, if relevant):
Event Phone (number listeners can call for additional information and hours when someone may be reached; please include contact name if available):719-555-5555; 8am through 5pm, Monday through Friday. Ask for Jane Smart.
Event Web/Email (web site listeners can visit or email address they can write to): www.sample.org; MAT@sample.org
Additional Information (e.g. event sponsorship, ticket prices/purchase location, etc.): Continuing education program for high-school teachers.

• Contact Information
Contact Name (person we may contact for any questions about your PSA): Jane Smart
Contact Phone (number and hours when someone may be reached): 719-555-5555; 8am – 5pm, Monday through Friday.
Contact Email: jane@sample.org


 
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