KSPB - FM 91.9 - Pebble Beach, CA

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"KSPB, 91.9 FM, is a commercial-free student radio station that has been running at the Stevenson School in Pebble Beach for over 30 years. The station is student run and includes staff positions, from web master to program director. Before applying for a live show on air, each student is ... See more required to take a class to learn about Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations, and how to operate the station independently. The students decide the genre of music for their specific show, but the general programming is alternative rock with specialized shows featuring hip-hop and international music. KSPB has listeners in five counties in California - Monterey, Santa Cruz, San Benito, Santa Clara and San Mateo- with a potential total listenership of more than 1 million. Also, with the recent addition of streaming, KSPB is now available worldwide! Stevenson School is licensed to run KSPB as a Class A non-commercial FM radio station at 1000 watts. "

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Check out Talk melodies from Pebble Beach, CA, United States by enjoying KSPB.

April 22, 2010, 8:27 p.m. GMT

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