Radio Station Information

KPBS 89.5 FM

City of License:
San Diego, CA

Format:
Public Radio

Market:
San Diego, CA

Owner:
Board Of Trustees, California State University For San Diego State University

KPBS is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.5 MHz. The station is licensed to San Diego, CA and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming.

HD Radio:
KPBS-HD1 News-Information, KPBS-HD2 Classical, KPBS-HD3 Groove Salad

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Listener Comments and Reviews

For last one hundred years most of the scientists are saying, the universe is flat, the Big Bang is foundation of creation of the universe. But I am proving it that, they are incroract, the universe is hollow spherical, it gradually increased in the volume, the Big Bang happened when the universe was about 35% of today’s size. The universe has DNA, it is called Quarks and leptons, which mean everything in the universe including you and me, and all is coming from these two. I have a book is called THE DNA OF THE UNIVERSE. www.amazon.com . This book is revolutionizing knowing the universe. Please let me share this biggest news of the century with the world for the first time in your program. My contact# 760-685-3949 Ca USA
By: Javd Fardaei on November 27, 2015

Hello! We would like to share information about a community event to increase awareness about postpartum depression and resources available to families in the San Diego area on 21 SEPT... Tickets must be purchased by 12 SEPT to reserve spots for the event and the link below has a great preview of the movie to be shown. We are a non-profit professional nurses organization know as AWHONN : Association of Women's Health, Obstetrics and Neonatal Nurses and would like to invite anyone interested to join us. This is being sponsored by the San Diego AWHONN Chapter. Please go to: www. tugg.com/events/120290. The movie is titled the Dark Side of the Full Moon... Thank you!
By: Meggan McGraw on August 29, 2016

Please tell me who was the female song artist on today (Sunday, Feb.3)'s program around 11:30 or 12:00. I think she was featured artist and possibly interviewed. Talking about San Diego 89.5. Thanks.
By: Anonymous on February 4, 2019

I am trying to find out who you had on the station today discussing microbiomes and research that is being done in this area. I didn’t catch the name of the woman you were interviewing or what scientist she was discussing. I would appreciate any information you can provide.
By: Karen Daley on April 30, 2019

Dear KPBS Radio, I’m hoping you can put me in contact with the person in charge of PSAs. I’m a resident of San Diego and a volunteer with The Borgen Project. I would love to hear The Borgen Project’s PSA air on KPBS. You can listen to and download the PSAs here: https://borgenproject.org/radio-psas/ . The Borgen Project addresses extreme poverty and is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization (EIN 20-0536470). Thank you! Lindsey
By: Lindsey Anne Forrester Archer on September 12, 2019

Hello, I’m the Girls Lacrosse Head Coach at Castle Park High School. For our season in 2020-2021 would like to have a radio station host and do a play by play for our home games. Would you be interested in doing this?
By: Chris Kryjewski on May 14, 2020

For an hour every month, New Jersey governor takes questions from guest journalists and the public! I believe there would be sustainable interest in a similar venue for our Mayor and in turn, our City Council members to address current issues in their districts to their constituents. WBGO, WHYY AND WNYC Ask Governor Murphy New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy takes questions from WNYC’s Nancy Solomon, other guest journalists and listeners for an hour every month during this live show, a co-production with WBGO and WHYY.
By: Jaye Showalter on July 18, 2020

My SD local band has released its 2nd album and I'm trying to see if we can get any air time. It's acoustic Americana style music of which I don't think SD has much of. I just would like to get some exposure down here in San Diego and I figure San Diego would be proud to claim us as their own! How can we make this happen as I think it's mutually beneficial??
By: dirtydogs on September 15, 2020

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