Radio Station Information
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Pacific Public Media
KPLI is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 90.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Olympia, WA. The station airs public radio programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
This isn't a commentary for anything in particular you've had on the air so far. Basically, this is a query about a radio spot for discussing matters of home maintenance and improvement policy.
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Please, feel completely free to respond at your leisure
By: R.B. Roberts on January 12, 2015
Looking for communitarian to share bands The Waterboys etc.. Any idea?
By: Jen Clarke on May 17, 2016
Chris & Kathy - Olympia Wa residents - listening to KPLI streaming at a wine bar (la Dolce Vite) in Montepulchino, Italy right now (9-12-17 8:30 pm local time)
By: Chris Murray on September 12, 2017
I am presently making radio shows while living on Lopez Island, WA. The speakers or presenters are from the Pacific NW including WA and OR. at present. I'm hoping to do a wider spectrum later. Most topics are about social issues or social justice concerns. I do have a few shows more on personal interests; people living their passion. Please allow me to submit some to your station. Depending on if you only want certain topics or accept eclectic possibilities would determine how many you want. Using them as filler is Ok. I presently use Hightail to drop shows. Karen Musalo, Richard Spinrad, David Barsamian, David Hall, John Dear - are some of the speakers.
Thank you for your consideration. Brenda M. Asterino
By: Brenda Asterino on June 9, 2018
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