Radio Station Information
KBOI 670 AM
Idaho's News Talk Authority
City of License:
Cumulus Media (Radio License Holding Cbc, LLC)
KBOI is an AM radio station broadcasting at 670 KHz. The station is licensed to Boise, ID and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Talk programming and goes by the name "670 KBOI" on the air with the slogan "Idaho's News Talk Authority". KBOI is owned by Cumulus Media.
Nearby Radio StationsKYWN 890 AM, KFXD 630 AM, 730 ESPN Boise, KTIK 1350 AM, KSPD 790 AM, KIDO 580 AM, Salt & Light Catholic Radio 1140, KIDH 97.5 FM, KFFI 103.9 FM, KMHR 950 AM
Co-Owned Radio Stations in Boise, ID
Listener Comments and Reviews
not sure if this gets to the talk host but those people who think the con trails are posion and the government has been doing this for the last 50 years why are they and us alive. these people know nothing of science but then that is why they believe the contrails in the sky are bad. i know 20 year olds that think that must be the relaxing smoke they use
By: jacob frazen on May 20, 2016
leave michael savage on 1:00 to4:00
By: bill on March 31, 2017
FYI. I no longer listen to the whiner, narcissistic, jealous of everyone Michael Savage. My vote is time to find a replacement. Thank you.
By: Bill LaPuzza on November 6, 2018
What an absolute joy it is that Ben Shapiro has replaced Mike Savage (Is that spelling correct?). I recently moved to the Boise area from Spokane, where Rush came on at 0900 and Sean followed him at 1200, so I was able to listen to six straight hours of Conservative talk radio while I went about my daily routine. When I came down here, of course, Rush doesn't start until 1000 and then Savage followed him for two hours, and Hannity came on at 1500, but by then, I had gone to Dave Ramsey, and so almost never came back to listen to Hannity. I had seen Ben Shapiro many times on Fox News, and always listened to his segment--although I had to adjust my ears, as he speaks so quickly. But, he is so funny, so quick, so smart, so fearless, and simply so enjoyable to listen to, that that is a small price to pay. Savage was a complete waste of time for me...A totally egocentric, boring, and repulsive guy with nothing of value to listen to...and I didn't...Thanks again for replacing him with the very entertaining Ben Shapiro...I will now listen to Rush, Ben, and Sean...Wow!
By: Dan Reynolds on January 7, 2019
casper on the morning show is not making the grade. I'm sure that you're losing listeners and chris liberal side is coming out now that paul is gone. I QUIT LISTENING just a heads up
By: clark phernetton on February 15, 2019
I'm trying to remember which sandwich shop advertises with you....known for the best clam chowder in the northwest.....can you help?
By: Mark Williams on January 24, 2020
I was looking for the day and time for law help question on your lineup page but really didn't notice any daily line up schedules. can you please provide this info to my email?
thank you so much,
I like the station and listen to it daily. Keep up the good work!
By: David vogt on April 16, 2020
This true? Are you propaganda or news/opinion?
Cumulus Media, America’s third largest owner of AM and FM radio stations, is threatening to fire show hosts who question the results of the 2020 Presidential Election on air.
Cumulus, whose stations are home to household names such as Mark Levin, Chris Plante, and Dan Bongino, reaches over a quarter of a billion listeners every month, with programming broadcast through 416 company-owned-and-operated stations, as well as an additional nearly 8,000 affiliates through Westwood One, a subsidiary of Cumulus.
“We need to help induce calm NOW,” wrote Brian Phillips, Vice President of Content in an internal memo, issued last Wednesday.
Cumulus and Westwood One “will not tolerate any suggestion that the election has not ended,” Phillips continued, as the “election has been resolved and there are no alternate acceptable paths.”
“If you transgress this policy, you can expect to separate from the company.”
By: Steven on January 12, 2021
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