The 2010 film documentary about KGLT-FM, titled Where the DJ’s Roam, is now streaming online for the first time. Film director Keith Lockwood of KRL Productions presents KGLT as a “completely open-format, live-DJ programmed, music-radio station strives to stay alive in the American west.”
The director gathered dozens of interviews with current and former KGLT DJs. His video portrait provides an insider perspective of our station and our community.
Thanks to director Keith Lockwood for permitting us to share his documentary, Where the DJ’s Roam, with our listeners.
A love letter to the station, its staff and listeners, the documentary provides a good overview of the challenges and triumphs of working and volunteering at a community radio station, as well as the larger field of radio.Prometheus Radio Project
This highly entertaining and informative documentary tells the story of how a community radio station can survive and thrive, even in difficult circumstances. It provides a fascinating overview of the challenges and triumphs of working and volunteering at a community radio station, as well as the larger field of radio.Olympia Film Society
Ten years in the making, the film provides a unique perspective into the challenges of maintaining a listener-supported radio station in the midst of corporate consolidation and university politics. This long-anticipated documentary chronicles the history of alternative radio station KGLT and its unique place in history in the small mountain community of Bozeman.The Exponent