~ Please visit our sponsorship page for more details.
~Yes, completely. No subscription or fees required. If you have access to an internet connection, an app for your mobile device, or a smart tv you can listen to our station for free.
~ KART-DBN assigns audio projects to volunteers from all over the world. Readers of all ages are invited to participate. Please email us for more information or to sign up at email@example.com.
~ No. Our main focus is education and entertainment through storytelling. Therefore, we also air poems, songs, educational segments, plays ect. for children on our network.
~ An On-Demand feature is coming soon. In the mean time, we do replay programs often, so please tune-in.
~ There is no submission fee. If you have children's material we wish to know about it. All works submitted to us are done so free of compensation and under the contract terms, we do not offer payment or royalties for broadcasting. On the other hand, copyright holders may choose to benefit, financially or otherwise, from our marketing plans or promotional endeavors without owing us any compensation either.
~ No. The KART Digital Broadcasting Network is a separate project from the KART Kids Book List. While we encourage book list winners to participate, anyone may choose to submit their works for consideration.
~ Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us about your work. We choose material that is age/content appropriate for children under 12 years old.
~ Children's books (incl. audio books), poems, songs, radio shows/plays, educational skits etc. for ages 12 and under.
~ The material does not have to be previously published. It is also not required that they be physical books or works. We also welcome e-books for consideration.
~ That depends on recording length.
KART Kids Radio One - Airs short stories and more.
KART Kids Radio Two - Airs chapter books, novels, and more.
~ All stories that are chosen will air often enough to maximize exposure. Also, we can work out a regular time slot to broadcast different stories or shows from your catalog if you have one.