Synonyms for krcc or Related words with krcc

ktwu              kbyu              kuow              wnye              wmnf              wevd              kjzz              klrn              kqed              kwhy              wdre              wgvu              wcpe              koce              kfox              kstp              ksdo              kjla              cjsr              kcsb              wbai              ktbn              wkaq              wpty              kliv              wptv              wrnn              wlig              whvl              wfsu              nyctv              ktxt              wcny              wwrl              wrhu              whyy              wrpi              wrno              wmcn              wfyi              krxl              wmwc              kteh              kfai              knbr              kqeh              kwbr              krca              wvko              wvcy             



Examples of "krcc"
Colorado College operates National Public Radio Member Station KRCC-FM. In 1944, KRCC began as a two-room public address system in the basement of Bemis Hall. Professor Woodson "Chief" Tyree, Director of Radio and Drama Department at Colorado College was the founder and inspirational force in the program that one day became KRCC-FM. In 1946, KRCC moved to South Hall (where Packard Hall now stands) on campus where two students, Charles "Bud" Edmonds '51, and Margaret Merle-Smith '51, were instrumental in securing a war surplus FM transmitter. KRCC began over the air broadcasting in April 1951 as the first non-commercial educational FM radio station in the state of Colorado.
The Korean American Resource & Cultural Center (KRCC for short, and 한인교육문화 마당집 or 마당집 in Korean) was founded in March 1995. KRCC has a strong youth program and leadership has worked broadly in a multi-racial and multi-ethnic environment. KRCC is member of a number of local coalitions, including the Coalition of Asian, African, Arab, European and Latino Immigrants of Illinois and the Illinois Coalition of Immigrant and Refugee Rights.
All programming is also streamed on demand, or on a live basis on KRCC-TV's website or via BluegrassWebTV.
91.5 KRCC (91.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting Public Radio News/Talk programming from mostly National Public Radio, and American Public Media during the daytime hours; and eclectic music during the evening hours. KRCC is licensed to Colorado Springs, Colorado and owned by Colorado College.
KRCC-TV provides fiscal court and city council meetings for the cities of Flemingsburg, Mt. Sterling, Winchester, and Nicholasville, as well as Clark County fiscal court meetings.
KRCC-TV is an American government access television station serving portions of east central Kentucky. It is owned and operated by the Kentucky Regional Cable Commission.
Channel 16 includes MVEdTV and VVTV (Educational-access television programming for the Moreno Valley Unified School District and the Val Verde Unified School District), and KRCC (Channel 17) includes educational programming of the Moreno Valley Campus of Riverside Community College.
KRCC broadcasts through a series of eleven transmitters and translators throughout southern Colorado and a portion of northern New Mexico. KRCC's main transmitter, atop Cheyenne Mountain, broadcasts three separate HD multi-cast channels, including a channel run completely by Colorado College students called the SOCC (Sounds of Colorado College).
91.5 KRCC began in 1944 as a public address system for the Colorado College campus. It became a carrier current two years later. In April 1951, it received the first noncommercial FM license in the state of Colorado, operating from a World War II surplus transmitter.
Programming is on the main transmitter in Colorado Springs KRCC 91.5 FM (2100 watts) simulcast on KECC in La Junta (740 watts). Query the FCC's FM station database for KECC and KCCS in Starkville (south of Trinidad, Colorado) (370 watts). Query the FCC's FM station database for KCCS.
91.5 KRCC currently provides NPR and nationally distributed public radio News/Talk programming as well as coverage of Southern Colorado and Northern New Mexico through its newsroom and producers during the daytime hours. Music programming is provided by staff M-F from 7pm to 10pm and by volunteers after from 10pm to 12am.
KRCC-TV is available on Time Warner Cable Digital Channel 306 on its cable systems serving Harrodsburg (Mercer County). Danville (Boyle County), Nicholasville (Jessamine County), Winchester (Clark County), Versailles (woodford County), and Stanford (Garrard County). It is also carried on TWC systems in the Richmond/Berea area of Madison County.
The Kongu Riders Cricket Club (abbreviated as KRCC), also referred in other names as Kongu Cricket Club or Arumuga Koundanur Cricket Club, is a regional club cricket team based in Coimbatore, India The primary home ground of Kongu Riders Cricket Club is Arumuga Koundanur MR Garden Ground- Krishna Nagar. They also have one more home ground in Arumuga Koundanur Teachers Colony Ground, situated about 1 km from the old ground.
The Kongu Riders Cricket Club (abbreviated as KRCC), also referred in other names as Kongu Cricket Club or Arumuga Koundanur Cricket Club, is a regional club cricket team based in Coimbatore. The primary home ground of Kongu Riders Cricket Club is Arumuga Koundanur MR Garden Ground- Krishna Nagar. They also have one more home ground in Arumuga Koundanur Teachers Colony Ground, situated about 1 km from the old ground. The Kongu Riders are currently captained by Siva Kumar. The team is currently administered and managed by Ashok and Silambarasan.
The Kongu Riders Cricket Club (abbreviated as KRCC), also referred in other names as Kongu Cricket Club or Arumuga Koundanur Cricket Club, is a regional club cricket team based in Coimbatore. Teachers Colony Ground is used as the home ground for Kongu Riders Cricket Club in Arumuga Koundanur. They also have one more home ground in Arumuga Koundanur MR Garden Ground- Krishna Nagar, situated about 1 km from the new ground. The Kongu Riders are currently captained by Siva Kumar. The team is currently administered and managed by Ashok and Silambarasan.
In addition to partnering with AFTA, COPPeR also works with various programs in the city of Colorado Springs, including the Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce, the Pikes Peak Poet Laureate Project, and the Quality of Life Indicators Project, conducted through the United Way of America. COPPeR and PeakRadar events are regularly featured in local newspapers The Gazette and the "Colorado Springs Business Journal". COPPeR has media partnerships with regional radio stations KRCC and KCME. It also works closely with the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center and the Bee Vradenburg Foundation focused on sustaining arts in the region.
Daelim Group has 17 subsidiary companies under its umbrella which includes Daelim Industrial (Construction Division), Daelim Industrial (Petrochemical Division), Daelim Corporation which handles trading and import & export of petrochemical products, Daelim Motors which manufactures motorcycles and automobile components, Korea Development Corporation a construction company handling major projects in Korea, Samho Corporation a construction company which also handles major Korean construction projects, Yeochun NCC, KRCC, Polymirae, Daelim Concrete, Daelim I&S, Daelim University, Daelim Contemporary Arts Museum, Ora Resorts & Country Club and GLAD Hotels Chain.
With the Los Angeles Civil Unrest of 1992 and the anti-immigrant wave that swept across California with Proposition 187 in 1994, KRC steered its direction to issues of the Korean American community in Los Angeles, particularly around political education, civil rights and the defense of immigrant rights. In 1994, KRC and other sister centers across the United States, including YKASEC in New York City and KRCC in Chicago, founded the National Korean American Service and Education Consortium (NAKASEC, 미주한인봉사교육단체협의회), a national civil rights organization with a progressive Korean American agenda.
Automation Department – this department is tasked with expanding and maintaining the local library network and library equipment, providing technical support to library employees, and acquiring licensed software. Department employees also maintain the library facility; administer LIS (Library Information System) "Irbis" and the library’s online electronic catalog; administer CUCC (Central Ukrainian Cooperative Catalog) and KRCC (Kropyvnytskyi Regional Cooperative Catalog); partners with the department of rare and valuable documents to create the electronic book museum. They introduce new electronic services on the Library Web-site, including its socialization with the help of Web 2.0 technologies.
While in Colorado, Shoup had a three-hour weekly show on KRCC, the Colorado College radio station, where by Jason Heller's account (2003) he played jazz and experimental music from his own extensive collection, and "began using the studio itself as an instrument, manipulating multiple turntables and mixing in guest musicians who would improvise over the records…" Describing a band he organized during this period, the Creative Music Ensemble (active circa 1973–74), Shoup later said, "I was still developing some chops on the sax, so I wasn't a player yet; I was just the instigator. I had them play a number of gigs, and it just outraged and pissed people off. … People didn't know what to make of it. It was kind of like Mahavishnu meets Merzbow or something."