SPACE 101.1 FM
Arts on the Air from Magnuson Park

One of a local cohort of low power FM radio stations, SPACE 101.1 began broadcasting on October 6, 2017 and is now one Seattle's newest  radio stations, built for (and by) the community and broadcasting out of Magnuson Park. 

 

LPFM stations operate on the energy of a 100-watt light bulb, yet due to a great antenna placement, SPACE 101.1 has a large broadcast range, from Bellevue to areas of West Seattle, Phinney Ridge to Kirkland!
 

Based in Magnuson Park, SPACE’s priority is to build community by connecting the park’s many stakeholders and visitors through creative and community based programming. 

We are continually seeking volunteers for all types of tasks and appreciate all skill levels, with or without previous experience. Please join us as a listener or volunteer to enable unique and engaging community-driven non-commercial radio programming.

 

FAQ       

                                                     

Sample program schedule

 

Submit your programming ideas 

                 

Submit your programming proposal 

 

Make a donation   

Volunteer

 

 

Visit our new web page @
space101fm.org

Preview the first YOUth Radio stories
to be broadcast!

Interview Story 1 - Nyaagon
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Interview Story 2 - Nyahoak and Tre'Nesia
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Interview Story 3 - Mykla
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Interview Story 4 - Keiosha
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These stories were created and produced by five middle schoolers from Brettler Place and supported by Jack Straw Cultural Center and Seattle Parks and Recreation with funding from the City of Seattle Department of Information Technology.

Funded in part by