Public Radio in Island County
No one knows how long it will take for the FCC to review all the applicants for this last public radio frequency in the Puget Sound. It could take 1-7 years, and once a frequency is granted, the FCC gives applicants up to 3 years to complete construction and begin broadcasting. In the mean time, public radio listeners on South Whidbey Island can hear KSER at 90.7 on the radio dial, or tune in to the Island’s own Low-Powered FM station KWPA, 103.1. out of Coupeville.
If you are interested in supporting our effort to bring community-centered public radio to the Islands, please contact KSER General Manager, Bruce Wirth at 425-303-9070 or by email.
Recent press coverage has highlighted our efforts: