Public broadcasters, including KDHX, have adopted shared principles to strengthen the trust and integrity that communities expect of valued public service institutions.
Public media organizations contribute to a strong civil society and active community life, provide access to knowledge and culture, extend education, and offer varied viewpoints and sensibilities.
The freedom of public media professionals to make editorial decisions without undue influence is essential. It is rooted in America's commitment to free speech and a free press. It is reflected in the unique and critical media roles that federal, state, and local leaders have encouraged and respected across the years. It is affirmed by the courts.
Trust is equally fundamental. Public media organizations create and reinforce trust through rigorous, voluntary standards for the integrity of programming and services, fundraising, community interactions, and organizational governance.
These standards of integrity apply to all the content public media organizations produce and present, regardless of subject matter, including news, science, history, information, music, arts, and culture. These standards apply across all public media channels and platforms - broadcasting, online, social media, print, media devices, and in-person events.
Public media, individually and collectively:
The Public Media Code of Integrity was developed by the Affinity Group Coalition and the Station Resource Group, collectively representing public television and radio stations and service organizations from across the country, with support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
KDHX and the Folk School are known for being plugged in to the best music in town. As a result, we have connections with the best independent musicians and artists in the city, and we are often asked to help book bands, DJs, or emcees for a variety of events, different in scope, aesthetic, and atmosphere.
Booking services are available depending on a variety of factors, including budget and staff availability. KDHX is committed to paying independent musicians and artists a fair rate in exchange for their talent and helping make your event a success.
If you're interested in having KDHX and/or the Folk School curate music for your event, fill out our Media Sponsorship Application. We're sure we can find just the right sound for your event!
KDHX is not your typical radio station and The Stage is not your typical venue. Our intention is to provide a space for creative events that might not otherwise be able to find a home. We’re looking to book shows that have something a little different, that are a little risky and might be hard to pull off in other spaces. We especially like collaborative efforts and outside of the box thinking.
If you are a local musician looking to do something a little different or have a big milestone to celebrate like an album or video release, contact us. We might be able to work something out.
If you are a touring musician, spins on 88.1 KDHX is the best way to get booked at The Stage. Please remit recent releases to KDHX Music Department, 3524 Washington Blvd, Saint Louis, MO 63103.
All KDHX DJs are unpaid volunteers. The first step to volunteering is to fill out the Production Volunteer Application.
You will receive a confirmation via e-mail after your registration has been received.
A KDHX staff person will be in touch with next steps to becoming a DJ. Volunteers are required to be 18 years of age or older.
Thanks for your interest in being a volunteer at KDHX!