Radio Station Information

KOPB 1600 AM

City of License:
Eugene, OR

Public Radio

Eugene-Springfield, OR

Oregon Public Broadcasting

KOPB is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1600 KHz. The station is licensed to Eugene, OR and is part of the Eugene-Springfield, OR radio market. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming.

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Fox Sports Eugene 1050AM 95.7FM, KGEL 92.5 FM, KKNX 840 AM, KEED 1450 AM, University of Oregon Campus Radio 88.1, 590 KUGN, KRVM 1280 AM, KEUG 105.5 FM, Family Radio 88.9, Star 102.3

Listener Comments and Reviews

Love and Terror in the Middle East, 4th Ed., by Frank Romano/ Book Signing Saturday, Aug. 27, 2 pm, Barnes and Noble, 1163 Valley River Drive, Eugene, OR 97401 Love and Terror in the Middle East, 4th Ed. dramatically captures the author’s efforts to promote understanding and cooperation between Jews, Muslims and Christians. He has been harassed/arrested by the Palestinian police, harassed/arrested by Israeli soldiers and attacked by Israeli settlers. This Fourth Edition includes a new chapter. It recounts a recent harrowing experience in the West Bank, trapped in the midst of rioting Palestinians following the killing of a Palestinian youth by Israeli soldiers. He’s a tenured professor at the University of Paris and a member of the California and Marseille Bars. He is available for interviews: Website, TV interviews etc: See contact info:, +33606943900
By: Dr. Frank Romano on August 24, 2016

Are you aware that for periods of tim, up to 10 to 30 minutes at a time, your broadcasts are fragmented, sounding like gibberish. It's been going on intermittently for several months. The most recent time was at 6:30 PM today at the beginning of Market Place. I am a sustaining circle member and feel that your technology should be able to stop this from happening. I also have access to AM550 out of Corvallis, and when switching to that station the transmission is clear, and switching back to 1600 it remains garbled. It seems like it originates at the Eugene location. It is very annoying and I hope you will be able to correct it. Please resopnd with your explanation. Thank You
By: Thomas McCann on February 14, 2018

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