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Radio Boise Plans to Grow Programming With Expanded Office Space

The local radio station is expanding its facilities, which will make space for new projects


Radio Boise plans to expand its office space, which will allow for more in-studio performances and other projects. The local radio station hosts Treefort Music Fest artists and brings musicians through with its Couch Surfer Artist series.

“Thanks to continued evolution of our programming, we’re now at max capacity in our existing footprint,” Jessica Evett, station general manager, wrote in a release. “Exciting chances like this—nearly doubling our space in the Alaska Center—don’t come around often.”

The station is attempting to raise funds to fill the space with more programming. A fall "radiothon" will go from Wednesday-Friday, Oct. 2-11.

“This addition is a sensible way to establish our long-term identity and expand our ability to be a true hub of diverse music, culture and local information for our community, all while remaining in downtown Boise," Evett wrote.