Our Purpose: Be at the civic, cultural and intellectual forefront of our community to create an informed, engaged public.

Our Mission: Produce, acquire and distributes distinctive programs and services that stimulate, educate, inform, and entertain those we serve using all appropriate media. Reach out to the community through strategic partnerships. Enables listeners to learn about issues and ideas that affect our communities, our nation and our world.

Our Vision: We will build a stronger community-centered broadcasting organization by focusing the station's new and existing resources where our listener and membership base is the strongest. Our goal is to build a more effective service emphasizing national and local programming that deepens the relationship between us and our listeners.

Our Values: Integrity, tolerance, professionalism, transparency, respect of our co-workers and respect for our audience

Larry Chase

Oct 4, 2011

Before Bronco Nation was a nation, while it was just a territory, Larry Chase and a small group of dedicated sports lovers dared to bring the sights, the sounds, the plays and all the action of the gridiron to the masses.

Seana Young

Oct 4, 2011

How many engineers, techies, geeks and managers does it take to program a printer to create the letter ‘y’?  Seana Young knows.

Talitha Neher

Oct 4, 2011

Have you ever wondered what would happen if you followed in your dad’s footsteps?  Talitha Neher is glad she did.

Mary Ann Seitz-Hart

Oct 4, 2011

Looking back from her golden years at how she shaped those of others,  Mary Ann Seitz-Hart shows us how to tap into the wisdom of our elders – from her experience as Director of Aging at the ripe old age of 39.

Bill McGlynn

Oct 4, 2011

Bill McGlynn shows us the power of a handshake and how that simple act determined the economic future of Boise and the State of Idaho.


Oct 4, 2011

Take 9 smart and successful individuals. Add a helping of passion for doing something big; mix in a programmer in India. Let chill with a mentor and you’ve got BOBEC, Boise’s Big Experiment Company. Serve hot or cold.