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KING FM Joins VuHaus

Public media network supports music discovery

KING FM, VuHausKING FM has joined VuHaus Group.

The classical music station in Seattle “will curate a new local Seattle Classical page on the NPR Live Sessions website with their unique, local and engaging music video content,” VuHaus announced.

Nonprofit VuHaus Group is a network of public radio and TV stations and national radio shows that support emerging and local artists. The announcement was made by Chris Kirchner, COO of VuHaus Group, and Brenda Barnes, CEO of Classical KING FM.

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VuHaus and its video platform “NPR Live Sessions” encourage music discovery through video, station collaborations and partnerships with NPR Music and other organizations. The network is supported by funding and grants from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and is operated by Public Media Company.

VuHaus Group also includes WFUV in New York City; KCRW in Los Angeles; Vocalo Radio/Chicago Public Media in Chicago; KXT in Dallas/Ft. Worth; WXPN and WRTI in Philadelphia; GBH in Boston; Indie 102.3/Colorado Public Radio in Denver; Oregon Public Broadcasting in Portland, Ore.; KUTX in Austin; KTBG The Bridge in Kansas City; WUNC Music in Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, N.C.; WMOT and WNXP in Nashville; 88Nine Radio Milwaukee/WYMS in Milwaukee; “Live From Cain’s” in Tulsa, Okla.; “Mountain Stage” in West Virginia; and “Colorado Sound” in Fort Collins, Colo.