Radio Station Information


City of License:
Pocatello, ID


Idaho Falls-Pocatello, ID

Idaho Wireless Corporation

KSEI is an AM radio station broadcasting at 930 KHz. The station is licensed to Pocatello, ID and is part of the Idaho Falls-Pocatello, ID radio market. The station broadcasts News/Talk programming.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Please announce this event by a non-profit organization. Thanks! POCATELLO – A visit by Joseph Bruchac, an Abenaki Indian who is the award-winning author of more than 120 books for children and adults, master storyteller and musician, will highlight the 26th annual Idaho State University Bellon Visiting Author Series scheduled March 5-7. His performances and public appearances will include: • Monday, March 5, 4 p.m., at Pocatello’s Marshall Public Library, 113 S. Garfield Ave., Bruchac will perform stories and music for people of all ages. • Tuesday, March 6, 7 p.m. in the ISU College of Education Auditorium, 921 S. Eighth Ave., Bruchac will perform stories and music, preceded by a book signing at 6:15 p.m. • Wednesday, March 7, 4 p.m. he will present at the Portneuf District Library, 5210 Stuart Ave. in Chubbuck at 4 p.m. In addition to the above performances, Bruchac will visit several area elementary schools in Pocatello and Fort Hall, giving students the opportunity for a more personal experience with a published author. Bruchac lives in the Adirondack mountain foothills town of Greenfield Center, N. Y., in the same house where his maternal grandparents raised him. Much of his writing draws on his Abenaki ancestry. He and his family have worked extensively in projects involving the preservation of Abenaki culture.
By: Becca Hyde on February 28, 2012

I would assume you could get a message to the FM KSEI Station. I tried to find a phone or email to no avail. My wife and I have noticed for the past couple of months that the FM broadcast is missing the right or left channel, so any music with a big separation between the sides leaves half the music out. This was very apparent half an hour ago with Norwegian Wood by the Beatles where you don't even hear anyone singing until the chorus. Just thought we'd let you know if it hadn't been addressed already.
By: Joe Haney on June 22, 2017

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