Below are answers to some of our most Frequently Asked Questions
Can I get a tape or transcript of programs on Classical KUSC, like The Opera Show?
None of the shows produced here at Classical KUSC are available on a tape or in transcript form. Copyright laws regarding recordings prevent us from making copies of the program.
How can I listen to KUSC on the Internet?
From any page on our new website, just click on the triangular Play button at the top of this page. The stream should start in just a few moments.
Where do I find information about music I heard on KUSC?
Visit our playlist page. From there, select the date you heard the music on. You’ll be able to view the complete playlist from that day.
How do I become a KUSC member?
Does KUSC need volunteers?
Classical KUSC needs volunteers to assist the development staff with fulfillment and gift acknowledgements. Classical KUSC is located in downtown Los Angeles and parking is validated. Email your name, address, and telephone number to [email protected] to receive information about volunteering.
Is KUSC a non-profit tax-exempt institution and what is the federal tax ID number?
Yes, KUSC is licensed and operated by the University of Southern California, and as such is tax-exempt 501(c)3. Federal tax ID#: 95-1642394. For more information on KUSC’s operations and financials, please contact Minnie Prince at (213) 225-7400 or [email protected]
Does Classical KUSC accept Public Service Announcements (PSA)?
Visit our PSA page to submit your Public Service Announcement. Organizations may submit materials to Classical KUSC by email to [email protected], by fax (213) 225-7410 or by standard mail, attn: Brian Lauritzen. The event MUST be arts related (classical music, dance, museum exhibit, lecture, etc..), and we MUST receive a press release or brief description at least two weeks prior to the event. No exceptions. Press releases that do not adhere to this will not be considered. Space is always limited, but we will do our best to accommodate all requests.
How do I tune into KUSC’s HD-Radio signal?
First step is to purchase an HD-Radio receiver. Our Engineer recommends checking out one of the following sites to contact/purchase a receiver:
What exactly is “HD Radio”?
KUSC Director of Engineering, Ron Thompson recommends the following article as an introduction to this burgeoning field of HD Radio:
How can I get better reception of KUSC?
Having trouble receiving KUSC’s FM signal? Click here for for some pointers and tips about improving your FM reception.