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Support Texas Tech Public Broadcasting

Channel 5 and 89.1 FM are your public broadcasting stations! We deeply appreciate your support, whether you are a volunteer, donor or underwriter. Channel 5 focuses on the arts, education, community outreach and quality local and national programming. 89.1 FM provides the South Plains with the very best in classical music and cultural programming. Your financial support is used to help acquire programming, help with station upkeep, purchase programming equipment, assist in everyday needs, and much more. As a public broadcasting station, we feel that it is important that you play a vital role in funding. The best way you can do that is by making an investment.

Individual Membership

Becoming a member of the KTTZ-TV/FM family is easy! We offer several levels of support that can be multiplied through matching gift programs. A basic membership of $35+ shows your investment in your local public broadcasting station. You can find out more about the benefits of becoming a member by calling us at (806)742-2209.

Planned Giving

By preparing an estate plan, you are safeguarding more than just matters of finances and inheritance. You’re also guiding future health decisions, providing for loved ones, and creating your legacy. A few simple steps today will give you peace of mind tomorrow by ensuring you and your loved ones are well-protected. Join other loyal public media supporters by answering a few quick questions to get your FREE organizer, and get your estate plan off the ground. Simply fill out this form.

Information regarding bequests, life income gifts, and recognition through our Legacy Circle are available by contacting our membership coordinator, Tori Rodriquez, at (806) 834-8597 or

Tribute Gifts

Memorial and honorarium gifts provide a way to remember the special people in your life. Whether you are recognizing a family member, friend, mentor or colleague, gifts made in honor or in memory provide important support for Texas Tech Public Broadcasting.