Transmitter Status

KBSY Site Maintenance

Apr 2, 2019

Engineers are working on-site at our KBSY transmitter facility this afternoon (July 24) and will require brief interruptions in transmitter output to complete the work.  

KBSY will return to full power when this is completed this afternoon.

Internet Streaming Updates

Dec 17, 2018

We are migrating our streaming servers to new hardware!

You may need to refresh your browser to update to the new stream links.

In the near future, we will have increased bandwidth and can increase the stream bitrates, which will mean higher audio quality of our streams.

Update:  All streams have been migrated to the new server hardware.  

Broadcast Systems Status

Sep 14, 2018

Current Status of broadcast facilities
(as of 3:46pm Thursday, March 7 2019)

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Music - KBSU 90.3: Normal
News - KBSX 91.5: Normal

Sun Valley/Ketchum, etc.
News - KBSS 91.1: Normal
News/Music - K213EN 90.5: Normal
News - K228DO 93.5: Normal
News - K262BZ 100.3: Normal

News - KBSY 88.5: Normal

News - KBSJ 91.3: Normal

Emilie Ritter Saunders / Boise State Public Radio

It’s an exciting time to be a listener, member or staffer at Boise State Public Radio because in 2015 the station will continue its transition into becoming an even more reliable and robust conduit to NPR news and talk programming, regional and local news coverage, and an eclectic blend of music programming.

Boise State Public Radio

Boise State Public Radio’s newest 125 watt translator at the top of Bald Mountain is now live after last year’s federal government shutdown delayed the launch of the signal.

Emilie Ritter Saunders / Boise State Public Radio

This post was updated on March 31, 2014

As we've detailed here, Boise State Public Radio is in the midst of moving into our new broadcast facility. The move isn't just a physical one, it's also a transition from analog to digital radio. The moves, both physical and technological, have created intermittent audio dropouts across the Boise State Public Radio network. Our engineers are aware of the disruptions, and we're moving closer to a permanent fix.