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Jason Brown

Program Director

Jason Brown joined KLCC as Program Director on January 30, 2019.  Most recently Brown was Operations Director at KRCU in Cape Girardeau MO, and host of the music show Left of the Dial.

Jason comes with over 20 years of experience in public radio, covering day-to-day operations, hosting shows, training and managing staff, fundraising, and creating on-air and digital content.

"I love public radio and feel fortunate to work in it,” Jason says. “I admire its ability to tell stories fairly and accurately. I find it exciting and rewarding to produce content for public radio’s varied and knowledgeable audience. As KLCC Program Director I look forward to building on KLCC’s rich legacy while leading the station into the future.”

  • Eye think you'll like what you hear!
  • It's a Multiverse of Radness!
  • This week on eye 5, KLCC’s independent music program, we’ve got songs for Earth Day, from too hot and early summer jams to the botanical apocalypse. We've also got brand new music from Laura Veirs ahead of her performance in Eugene, and a new Radiohead side project called The Smile.
  • At klcc.org and on radios all over western and central Oregon this is Eye 5. This week we’ll hear from a new supergroup featuring members of Soundgarden and Nirvana, Sharon Van Etten sings off a new film about SpaceX and Elon Musk, and the Jamaican musician Mikayla Simpson, who puts out music under the name Koffee, from her new album Gifted.
  • Eye 5 can be heard on radios all over western and central Oregon Friday nights 8:00-10:00 and Saturdays 3:00-5:00 and on demand at klcc.org. This week we’ll hear what Fresh Air’s Ken Tucker describes as the “prickly, raunchy sounds” of Wet Leg, Jerry Paper gets to know themselves, and the Eugene electronic indie pop producer The Polaroid Tide. Kicking the show off for this week is the latest from Beach House and their album Once Twice Melody with “Hurts to Love.”
  • It's no joke, it's KLCC's Eye 5!
  • At klcc.org and on radios all over western and central Oregon this is Eye 5. This week we’ll hear some blood-soaked forensic routes music out of London, a new song out of Ashland, Oregon, and Margo Price makes a statement with a Leslie Gore cover. Kicking things off is brand new music from Porridge Radio and the forthcoming album Waterslide, Diving Board, Ladder to the Sky with “Back to the Radio.”
  • This week we feature a couple of musicians in the capacity as a producer, Bob Mould and Sam Cohen. We’ve also got some new music from Molly Tuttle, Caamp, and Sudan Archives, her first new song in 3 years, it's called “Home Maker.”
  • This week we’ll hear some Ukrainian indie rock, central Oregon’s MOsley WAtta, we'll explore some Sahel Sounds, revisit a Portland indie folk classic, and will of course get into all sorts of new music from the likes of Sunflower Bean, Kevin Morby, Horsegirl and more.