Jeff Reynolds

Director of Programming and Operations

A native Texan, Jeff was bitten by the Colorado "bug" after graduating from UT-Austin. He arrived in Paonia on the October full moon of 1978, and has been involved with KVNF since its earliest days. His first KVNF show was "Sunday Night Live," which featured live musicians performing in the original Garvin Mesa garage/studio.

Jeff takes care of technical operations at the main studios and coordinates with engineering help as necessary to keep transmitters and translators operating. He also hosts the Wednesday Morning Music Mix, produces daily on-air Entertainment and Arts calendars, and handles audio engineering for Talkin' Music, As the Worm Turns and other KVNF locally-produced programs.

As of August, 2019, Jeff has also assumed Program Director duties, and is responsible for decisions having to do with all programing heard on KVNF.

Email: jeff@kvnf.org

Local artist John Hutchison shares his thoughts on "The Apocalypse" in this song & video.

San Miguel Power Association crews have restored power after Saturday's lightning-caused outage. Our KVMT transmitter at 89.1 FM is back on the air.  Reminder: today is the last day of the Fall Pledge Drive. Call 527-4868 or 1-866-KVNF-NOW to make your contribution to KVNF Community Radio!

Friday pm - Our KVMT repeater (89.1 FM)  is off the air due to a power outage. San Miguel Power is working to restore service; we expect it to be off until at least 3:30 pm.  This also affects listeners in the Grand Valley, as the 99.1 translator repeats the 89.1 signal.

Please bear with us - you can listen online right here at KVNF.org.

US District Court Judge John Kane, (father of KVNF's Executive Director Sally Kane,) was the keynote speaker at the KVNF Annual Meeting, held in Paonia on Oct. 4th, 2012. His subject matter was "Sin, Liberty and Law."

Award-winning progressive journalist Amy Goodman, the host of Democracy Now! (heard weekdays at 6 pm on KVNF,) visited Paonia Saturday, Oct. 5th, and spoke before an enthusiastic audience at the Paradise Theatre. The event was a fund-raiser for KVNF & High Country News.

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