Rainier Valley Radio Seeking Programming Ideas

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Rainier Valley Radio is seeking radio programming ideas/proposals from all interested Southeast Seattle residents and organizations in preparation for broadcasting this summer or fall. Proposals can be in the initial idea stage or include specific details. Technical expertise is not a requirement as training will be provided for you to broadcast your program. Not everyone wants to be on the air, so you do not necessarily need to produce your program ideas.

History of Rainier Valley Radio

In response to community requests, SouthEast Effective Development (SEED) applied for a low power FM Radio license in October 2013 and received our license in September of 2014. The license for Rainier Valley Radio states that we must be on the air by March 2016. Rainier Valley Radio will be a program of SEEDArts and operated in collaboration with a Community Leadership Council. The Leadership Council will adopt operating guidelines and be responsible for operations, programming and finances.


Rainier Valley Radio is a culturally diverse, listener-supported radio station and media center that informs, educates and entertains through locally created and community-supported content.

Request for Programming

Rainier Valley Radio is seeking radio program ideas from the Southeast Seattle community. Anyone and everyone can submit an idea . We hope to collect all sorts of ideas, for all types of programming: news, music, emergency preparedness, safety, visual arts, theater, comedy, cultural and civic programs in all languages, health, education, youth, senior services, nature, etc.


We hope to start programming by fall of 2015 and want to get programming ideas from you now. Deadline for applications is June 1, 2015. All programs will be reviewed quarterly.

Program Details

Let us know what you will need help with. We’ve listed some areas. If you want to submit an idea only, but do not want to be on the air, let us know. If you do want to be on the air, we will provide training.

Please visit www.RainierValleyRadio.org to fill out an application and for more information.