KRCB 104.9

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Thanks very much for stopping by. We here at KRCB-FM Northern California Public Media are extremely proud of our service to our communities and are pleased to share with you how we make it all happen. You may have seen our mission statement elsewhere on this web site, but to repeat: "In order to encourage full participation in society and community, KRCB provides educational, informational, and cultural telecommunications services in partnership with our community." In other words, KRCB is all about using the power of the broadcast media which we steward to encourage participation in our community. Too often electronic media separates and isolates each of us from one another. We are trying, for 30+ years now, to do things differently at KRCB. The people who are listed on the pages of our website are the ones who make it all happen - Board, staff, and hundreds of unnamed volunteers. We encourage you to be in touch with any of us with ideas, suggestions, critiques, or a pat on the back. We look forward to serving you for another 30 years!


Caption: LGBTQ News From The North Bay And Beyond, Credit: Greg Miraglia, Host and Producer
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An LGBTQ news magazine style radio show.

Caption: California's Crystal Cove
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The California Coastal Commission was created in 1972 by a voter initiative (Prop 20), guaranteeing public access along the entire 1,100 mile coastline of California. This series tells three remarkable stories about fights waged and won to save the coast and protect public access.

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An hour-long special, and two feature stories, about the twin vaping epidemics: the injuries and deaths spreading throughout the country connected to vaping and the longer-range explosion in teen addiction to nicotine, via vaping products.

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WONDERLAND RADIO HOUR is a series of free public programs featuring stories about the people, places and history of our lower Russian River communities, from Forestville to Jenner-by-the-Sea, in California.

Latest Pieces

Caption: Crystal Cove in the good old days
Saving Crystal Cove - The story of Laura Davick, an accidental activist, who used the California Coastal Act to save the historic 1930's cottages i...

  • Added: Nov 09, 2012
  • Length: 21:58
Caption: Peter Douglas, Executive Director, California Coastal Commission
The behind the scenes tale of how the California Coastal Act's public access policy forced an exclusive men's club in Santa Monica to drop its disc...

  • Added: Nov 09, 2012
  • Length: 23:09
Caption: Commodore Record Shop, 1947, Credit: William P. Gottlieb
A four hour musical documentary about Commodore Records, America’s first independent jazz record label. Commodore’s creator was Milt Gabler, who wa...

Bought by KPIP-LP and KMUW

  • Added: Aug 30, 2012
  • Length: 03:56:00
  • Purchases: 2