Public Radio = New Experiences

Travel Club members are passionate about traveling and experiencing new things
and they are the first to learn about our upcoming trips, long before we announce them to the public.

As a club member, you’ll connect with like-minded travelers eager to see the world
and join KJZZ staff on specially curated trips and travel events.

You’ll also and receive a quarterly e-newsletter with travel tips and stories from around the globe.

Join us with your $10 a month or more contribution today.

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Help equip local high school students in Phoenix with digital media and journalism experience by supporting SPOT 127, KJZZ's Youth Media Center with a one-time contribution of any amount.
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