Policies & Procedures

CPB Information

CPB Information

As a Corporation for Public Broadcasting ("CPB") member station committed to maintaining a transparent operation, KSLU offers the following:

1. Station Management -  Deborah Wickham, Interim General Manager:

(985) 549-2330

2. Board of Directors

3. Date and place of open meetings (Meetings begin at 11am)

4. Audited Financial Statement 2021 (PDF Format)

        Copies of KSLU's Annual Financial Reports can be obtained during normal business hours from the KSLU studios. Copies cost 25 cents per page.

5. Local Content and Services from Station Activities Survey (Word Format)

KSLU Underwriting Policy

KSLU Underwriting Policy

KSLU must abide by FCC Public Radio guidelines and abstain from using promotional language, calls to action, inducements to buy, sell, rent or lease, and pricing information in underwriting announcements.

Impermissible pricing information includes information regarding a product or service's price, including interest rate information or other indications of savings or value associated with the product.



Examples include:

"7.7% interest rate available now."

"Tickets are $2.50 and $1.50 for students."



Calls to action

Examples include:

"Stop by our showroom to see a model."

"Try product X next time you buy oil."


Inducements to Buy, Sell, Rent, or Lease

Examples include:

"Six months of free service."

"A bonus available this week."

"Special gift for the first 50 visitors."


Comparative Language

Examples include:

"Best hamburgers in town"

"Better than the competition"


  • KSLU underwriting announcements are not to exceed 30 seconds in length.
  • KSLU may refuse an underwriter's support and not air its announcements if the announcements are deemed to have an adverse affect on KSLU's potential revenue (by causing other donors to not underwrite).
  • KSLU will provide underwriting announcements for religious entities provided that the announcements abide by KSLU's underwriting policy, Public Radio guidelines, and are informative but not religious or proselytizing in nature.
  • As a state-owned public radio station, KSLU does not accept political underwriting announcements.

PSA Policy

PSA Policy

KSLU will gladly perform Public Service Announcements free of charge for non-profit entities.

Public Service Announcements must meet the following criteria:

  1. Be solicited by a non-profit or government organization holding a federal non-profit tax ID number
  2. Be non-religious in nature*
  3. KSLU must receive a hard-copy of the PSA detailing the announcement at least 5 days prior to the desired broadcast date.

* KSLU (a government-funded entity) must abide by Federal law and maintain a separation of church and state.

Contest Rules

Contest Rules

  • Contest winners are allowed 1 win per household every 30 days 


  • Contestants must be 18 years of age or older to win tickets to an event at a venue which serves alcoholic beverages 


  • No one currently employed or employed within the past 2 years by KSLU nor their immediate family is eligible to participate in contests ("immediate family" means the employee's children, spouses of the employee's children, the employee's brothers and their spouses, the employee's sisters and their spouses, the employee's parents, the employee's spouse and the parent's of the employee's spouse) 


We thank all of our listeners for making our past contests so successful and we look forward to bringing you more tickets and giveaways in the near future.

FCC Public Inspection File

FCC Public Inspection File


EEOC Information

EEOC Information

Current EEOC Report (Word Format)

Job Contact Information for Organizations

If your organization would like to be notified of job vacancies at KSLU, please call 549-2330 Monday through Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm and ask for Todd Delaney. You may also send an e-mail with contact information to kslu@selu.edu. 90.9 KSLU is an equal opportunity employer.




As a public radio station, KSLU is guided by the Public Media Code of Integrity: