More About Our Club
One way we communicate is by operating the KSCW-LP (Low Power) 103.1 FM radio station. The club also has an Internet Station and maintains the suncitywestradio.com website with community information pages for those who want to listen and stay in touch with the community when they are outside the local broadcast area.
KSCW-LP received its broadcast license in February, 2017. The station, and it’s Internet stream, provide music and make club, public service and event announcements 24/7. There are also several homegrown programs produced and hosted by club members.
Several interviews and recordings of SCW Senior Softball games have been made for podcasts and we have begun a KSCW on demand streaming library. You can get directly to podcasts of Softball games and some shows by going to suncitywestradio.com and clicking on the “Podcast” button on the home page. You can listen to the Internet radio station stream by going to that same website and clicking on the “Listen Live” button or by going directly to the KSCW Player on your computer or phone. From launch buttons on that page you can easily access the the Rec Center Online Box Office, PORA and Explore class offerings as well as the KSCW program guide, Library Thursday night movie information, Event Flyers and other community information.
Beside the obvious ongoing need for equipment and operating funds to ensure sustainability, on-air, technical and engineering talent, the club also needs more members who are willing to represent the SCW Broadcast Club at community events and help with club and KSCW daily administrative operations.
We appreciate help through active membership, a direct donation, sponsorship of KSCW programming or by designating the Sun City West Broadcast Club as your charity of choice at Fry’s Enroll, purchasing on-line through Amazon Smile Buy, shopping on-line at escrip stores Shop, or selling on eBay Sell.
We are excited about how far the club has come and are constantly looking for and finding new ways to improve our service to the community. We do a better job of that when we get feedback from the community and KSCW listeners.