Even with the television turned off, KLRN is alive with activity. Day in and day out the station is connected to its viewers in hundreds of tangible ways that have a direct impact on the lives of South Texans.
We provide local resource information directly to viewers who have watched a KLRN program and need more specific help. "On Our Own Terms, Moyers on Dying," "And Thou Shalt Honor," about caregiving; "Frontline" on child advocacy services, are three of hundreds of examples of programs that have inspired people to seek more personal answers. KLRN connects these viewers with organizations that can help them.
We train hundreds of childcare providers each year on how to use our educational children’s programs in their daily routines. By connecting BETWEEN THE LIONS or ZABOOMAFOO to books, games, activities and discussion, we are helping preschool providers do a better job, and helping children get ready for kindergarten.
We celebrate our community’s deep and colorful diversity, through joyous station events that bring together viewers and members from across our region. Hispanic Heritage Month, Black History Month and other occasions like AMERICAN FAMILY to help celebrate our heritage.
KLRN loves to connect with the people we serve in their very own neighborhoods, and we do it as often as possible. Look for KLRN at various San Antonio Malls and Dia de los Ninos in Laredo. Invite us to your neighborhood celebration.
For more information about KLRN activites in your community, visit these areas: