Radio Station Information
City of License:
Mountain View, CA
Mountain View Public Broadcasting
KSFH is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 87.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Mountain View, CA. The station broadcasts Variety programming.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Hi, we're looking for some airplay, here's a link to our demo if you like it let me know and I will send our just released CD
By: Craig Moore on October 22, 2014
Tel;651 233 4810
My name is Paul Thea I’m a radio host at WGDR and my show is on Pacifica. My show name is: Musicafricana, to promote African music. Check it out you will amazed by different kinds of music from Africa.
By: Paul Thea on April 21, 2016
KSFH 87.9 is NO LONGER AROUND NO MORE KSFH RADIO 87.9
By: Tony Holm on September 2, 2016
KSFH isn't gone, they are set to move to 100.7 pretty soon.
By: Anon on September 3, 2016
Does anyone know-Will this station play a PSA for a fundraiser for the local MV/Los Altos schools?
By: Kathy Bonte on October 28, 2017
Hi I am looking for a volunteering job interested Sammy Thomas
By: Sammy on February 16, 2018
Dear Radio Manager,
I would like to present Alvin Martin - an upcoming artist from Sweden. He is a 20 year old songwriter, totaly devoted to writing and producing his own music. His latest single Stay was released a few weeks ago, it is a beautiful lovesong for a Monterey girl – it has got great rewiews from several medias in USA:
Yellow & black
You really should listen to Alvin and hopefully add his song/songs to one of Your playlists on air!
Alvins music is also available on several platforms, ITunes, Amazon, Spotify, Youtube etc.
I wish You all a joyful December/Christmas/New Year!
All the best!
By: Amanda Anderson on December 10, 2019
Hello. Is this station still around as of March 16, 2020? Or was it dissolved by Mountain View Public Broadcasting?
By: Nicholas Bogani on March 17, 2020
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