Radio Station Information
City of License:
California State University, Sacramento
KUOP is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 91.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Stockton, CA and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming.
Station Coverage Map
Nearby Radio StationsKat Country 103, La Suavecita 97.1, KTUR 95.5 FM, KCBP 95.5 FM, La Tricolor 100.9, 104.1 The Hawk, K-Love 90.7, KVSJ 89.5 FM, KKIQ 101.7 FM, 92.9 The Big Dog
Listener Comments and Reviews
There was a broadcast this morning about mexican song to listen to. From 10:30am to 12pm. Was driving didnt get a chance to write 'em down. Where could I find that list?
By: Racheal on May 27, 2011
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By: ROBERT WINTER on October 1, 2015
New middle-grade fiction book written by Stockton native Michael Foster will make it's debut at the Cesar Chavez library event room this Saturday, December 1, 2018, at 11 a.m.
Foster will read from the book, answer questions and sign copies for guests (books will be for sale). Embraced by teachers, parents, and students alike, The Passage At Moose Beach by Michael Foster is a great holiday gift for those who love adventure, nature, and family. "An enchantingly magical tale about finding friends in the unlikeliest of people and working together with them to achieve your wildest dreams." Emily Burrows 7th grade. “The art is beautiful! I loved the cover and the illustrations. They all helped to give concrete, visual references for the reader.” -Sandra Hay teacher
Foster is available for phone interviews. Bring the family at 11, leave the teens with us and take your little ones to Family Story Time at 11:30. Both events conclude at 12:30
By: Marta P Zarrella Publisher on November 27, 2018
I was listening to KUOP while driving around 11:45. An African American woman was being interviewed and spoke about her experience getting two home appraisals. The first appraiser knew an Aftican American family lived in the house; the appraisal was around $330,000. The house was then appraised after the women, her biracial son and all art, etc. that identified as African American were were removed. The Second Appraisal was $445,000! I'd love to listen to the entire interview. I don't know the program.
By: Colette Such on September 23, 2020
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