Pahrump Film Festival
A Sci-Fi Extravaganza!
Sunday October 4th
from 12pm to 5pm
on East Second Street,
We have Loney Childress’
'Don’t Call Me a Hero'
'Dorks on the Moon'
'The Darkling Incident'
Tickets are $5.00 at the door and include hotdogs or hamburgers with potato chips, supplied by the Moose Lodge.
(Drinks are separate)
KPFF radio is a Non-Commercial/Educational FM radio station serving the town of Pahrump, Nevada as well as the Pahrump Valley in southern Nevada.
This new broadcast outlet provides a public service to that rural, desert population by broadcasting locally-oriented entertainment, educational, informative, and urgent or emergency programming to the community and the surrounding areas of Johnnie, Crystal and the Nevada Test Site.
Fires, floods, winter storms, power outages, highway blockages, etc. are not uncommon disruptions to these areas. If such situations occur, KPFF would be the most efficient means of communication between public safety (police/fire/health/hazmat) agencies and the general population, serving its needs for information and comfort via the public airwaves.
Residents are not KPFF's only audience. Travelers to the Pahrump Valley come to visit friends and relatives, participate in various races, golf and, in general, enjoy their particular brand of recreation throughout KPFF’s coverage area.
Our research has shown that a large portion of the valley's population listens to 50’s and 60’s rock ‘n’ roll music. And, with a little rhythm and blues mixed in, that's our present programming.
Talk radio should not be overlooked and it isn’t. Presently KPFF produces six original talk programs per week and more are in the planning stage for broadcast in the near future.
Several articles about KPFF have appeared in both the Pahrump Valley Times and the Pahrump Mirror newspapers. Those have spurred much interest and locals that are “in-the- know” predict a bright future for the county's only Free-Speech radio station- KPFF!
Find out more about this area’s growth, and our plans to grow with it, by speaking with Creag Rowland, President of Pahrump Film Festival, Inc., licensee of KPFF FM.
Creag can easily explain why all should help support Nye County, Nevada’s first community radio station!
Creag can be contacted at: