Jay Curtis

General Manager

Jay calls himself a "media producer" in a world of diversification. Jay earned a Bachelor of Arts in Radio/TV/Film Production from the University of Louisiana at Monroe and worked in video, feature film and television production for over 10 years before joining KEDM full time.

He started at KEDM in 1993 as a student board operator, and worked in KEDM's Production and Promotion departments while working full time in television. In May of 2009, Jay became KEDM Program Director, and became KEDM General Manager in August of 2012.

He believes in the service that KEDM provides to the community, whether it's NPR News or featuring local music artists.

Jay also leads ULM's student-operated alternative rock station, 91X KXUL-FM.

Jay still regularly freelances in sports television production for ESPN, Cox Sports, and others. Jay and his family live in West Monroe.

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Due to bitterly cold temperatures and the winter storm, the demand for electricity has reached an all-time high.

Officials from Entergy Louisiana and Atmos Energy are urging all customers to conserve power usage during the winter weather.

Here are some suggested steps to lower the demand for electricity and gas:

Road Closure Information

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At this time, officials are urging everyone to stay home if at all possible and to stay off the roads.

For statewide road closures, please visit 511la.org.

As of Monday, February 15 at 4:47 p.m.:

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This holiday season, your tax-deductible year-end gift to KEDM will enrich your life with another year of great programming while helping children gain a brighter future.

This year, your gift will give the joy of learning

Enter to win gas cards from Now Save 76 and Tiger Market when you make a donation to the Fall Membership Drive for KEDM Public Radio! KEDM is drawing for four $100 gift cards to Now Save 76 and Tiger Market!

KEDM brings people together, and connects you to news with depth, stories from different communites, and respectful conversations between people with different opinions.

The "Meet the Candidates" Forum for one of Louisiana's Senate seats was held Tuesday, October 13 at Louisiana Delta Community College.

Candidates made opening statements, answered questions, and made closing statements as to why each can best represent Louisiana in Washington, D.C. The event was moderated by KEDM News and Public Affairs Director Cory Crowe.

The event was broadcast on 90.3FM KEDM Public Radio and stremed online at KEDM.org.

The "Meet the Candidates" Forum for Louisiana's 5th District seat for U.S. Congress was held on Tuesday, October 6 at Louisiana Delta Community College.

Candidates each made an opening statement, answered questions, and made closing statements as to why he or she can best represent Louisiana's 5th District in Washington, D.C. The event was moderated by KEDM News Director Cory Crowe.

  

  The event was broadcast on 90.3FM KEDM Public Radio and streamed online at KEDM.org.

Meet the Candidates for one of Louisiana's Senate seats on Tuesday, October 13 at Louisiana Delta Community College. The event will begin at 6 p.m. in the LDCC Community Room. 

Candidates will each make an opening statement, answer a limited number of questions, and make a closing statement as to why he or she can best represent Louisiana in Washington, D.C. The event will be moderated by KEDM News and Public Affairs Director Cory Crowe.

  

The event will also be broadcast on 90.3FM KEDM Public Radio, online at KEDM.org, and streamed via Facebook.

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