Who We Are

We are community members and students who work together as Curry County Voices to produce public, government and education programs that can be watched on our website, currycountyvoices.com and YouTube.  Curry County Voices is a member of the Alliance for Community Media.

Curry County Voices is administered by The Gold Beach Rotary Foundation, Inc., a non-profit Oregon corporation having a letter determination from the Internal Revenue Service that it is a 501(c)(3) entity and that donations to it qualify for tax deduction.

We are guided and advised in this undertaking by an Advisory Council.  All persons, firms, corporations, businesses, organizations, schools, institutions and other entities in Curry County who subscribe to our purposes and who support us by participation or with a donation of money, service or equipment are eligible for membership on the Council.

If you wish to join the Advisory Council, please fill out the membership form and email to ckking@alum.mit.edu.

If you wish to assist in the production of programming, or have an idea for a new program, or wish to sponsor an existing program please contact Carl King at ckking@alum.mit.edu.

If you wish to help maintain this website, please Denise King at kingdenise999@gmail.com.
If you have a question or comment, please send it to Carl King, ckking@alum.mit.edu.

Advisory Council

Antoinette Capasso
Dawn Celeste
Curry Community Health: Carly Kruse, Sam Leaver, Kathleen Dickson
Sherri Estelle
Eric Feliciano
Friends of Curry Public Library: James Boyle, Sandy Grummon, Karen Helgesen
Dana Gurnee
Gilda Hodges
David Johnston, Esquire
Carl King
Denise King
Darrell Moorehead
Nancy Sue Rose
Mary Stansell
Helen Stonhill
Dane Tippman
Marna Williams
Jessica Yock

The purpose of the Advisory Council is to provide feedback and oversite concerning Curry County Voices' policies and procedures, to pursue opportunities to raise public awareness of and support of Public, Education and Government access, to encourage non-commercial support for programming following industry-standard guidelines, as well as to serve as a third party review board for programming-related complaints.

All persons, firms, corporations, businesses, organizations, schools, institutions and other entities in Curry County who subscribe to the purpose of Curry County Voices and who support Curry County Voices by participation or with a contribution of money, service or equipment are eligible for membership in the Advisory Council.

All members of the Council have the right to notice of and attendance at meetings of the Council. Any person or entity interested in becoming a member of the Council can demonstrate his or her interest in the affairs of Curry County Voices by:

  1. Submitting a duly signed application, on a form provided by Curry County Voices, and
  2. Paying membership dues, if any, by category, as they may from time to time be established by Curry County Voices.

The Council meets at least quarterly at a time and place to be determined by Curry County Voices.  Meetings of the Council are open to the public.

Among other things, the Council:

(a) assists Curry County Voices in developing and implementing fundraising strategies and plans and in assisting in the implementation of specific fundraising projects undertaken by Curry County Voices;

(b) assists Curry County Voices in developing and implementing strategies for the development of a broad-based membership in the Council which encourages and fosters the development and production of programming;

(c) assists Curry County Voices in complying with appropriate federal law and regulations governing the availability of program time and Curry County Voices' equipment and facilities in order to provide for non-discriminatory access and use.

(d) assists Curry County Voices in developing and implementing policies for training activities, including outreach to publicize the availability of training activities and determining the subject matter of workshops, classes and certification requirements;

(e) assists Curry County Voices in ensuring that a wide variety of programming which addresses the interests and needs of residents, including programming responsive to the needs of schools, is available whether through the production or acquisition of alternative programming;

(f) assists Curry County Voices in reviewing and evaluating the allocation of channel capacity and other programming capacity;

(g) assists Curry County Voices in developing and evaluating strategies to maximize the quantity and quality of original programming produced or fostered by Curry County Voices; and

(h) assists Curry County Voices in exploring ways of integrating Curry County Voices into the community to serve the diverse needs of all community, school and municipal organizations, ethnic groups and other interests, in informing and generally educating all such diverse groups about Curry County Voices and its governmental, educational and public services and facilities, and in cultivating interest in and access to Curry County Voices.