Rio Salado owns and operates three award-winning radio stations, including a radio reading service for print-disabled people.
Radio Stations & Outreach
- KJZZ 91.5 FM - Source for new, entertainment, jazz and blues. KJZZ is an NPR, PRI and APM member station.
- KBAQ 89.5 FM - Source for classical music, arts, culture and news.
- Sun Sounds of Arizona - Source and radio reading service for people who cannot see, hold or understand print media and literature due to a disability.
- SPOT 127 - KJZZ's youth media after-school initiative designed to train the next generation of digital content producers. The name is derived from 127.0.0.1. which is internet code for “home.”
Consistent of its goal of being a cultural resource for the residents of central Arizona, KBAQ-FM broadcasts 24 daily hours of classical music and arts information. KJZZ, and by extension its Sun Sounds Radio Reading Service, provides 24 daily hours of news, information and music (acoustic jazz). KJZZ is an open broadcast operation, while Sun Sounds uses a specialized delivery system to reach an audience who cannot use print due to a disability.