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KSPB
City of license Pebble Beach, California
Broadcast area Monterey County
Branding Radioactive Sound
Frequency 91.9 MHz
Format Variety
ERP 1,000 watts
HAAT 148.0 meters
Class A
Facility ID 57047
Transmitter coordinates 36°35′11.00″N 121°55′21.00″W / 36.58639°N 121.9225°W / 36.58639; -121.9225
Callsign meaning Stevenson Pebble Beach
Affiliations Public Radio International, BBC World Service
Owner Stevenson School
Website http://www.kspb.org

KSPB (91.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Variety format. Licensed to Pebble Beach, California, USA, the station serves the Santa Cruz area. The station is currently owned by Stevenson School (formerly known as Robert Louis Stevenson School) and features programing from Public Radio International.[1] Operating for nearly thirty years, the station plays student-selected music historically known as alternative, modern, or college rock. Outside of student programming hours, the station broadcasts BBC World Service news programming plus Commonwealth Club of California broadcasts on weekend mornings. KSPB has listeners in four counties in California - Monterey, Santa Cruz, San Benito, Santa Clara - with a potential total listenership of more than 1.5 million. With a fan base spanning from Monterey to Santa Cruz, KSPB is the largest high school radio station in the United States. A live Internet stream will be available in the near future on the station's website. Every year, KSPB also presents live broadcasts of various local sporting events.

Music and programming

At the core of KSPB is its student run programming which airs from 6:00-8:00 AM and 4:00 to 10:00 PM on weekdays and 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM on weekends during the school year. Music programming is as diverse as the DJs, but tends to stay hip and contemporary. When student programming is not available, the station rotates broadcasting from the BBC World Service.

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