91.1 FM Broadcast Signal Disrupted By Recent Storm (Update)

Jan 17, 2019

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The winter storm that hit Sonoma County January 16th caused some flooding and road closures. Strong winds also toppled trees, taking out power lines, and leaving some homes and businesses in the dark. Unfortunately, our transmitter site near Geyserville  suffered severe damage from the strong winds, taking down the antenna and its support structure as well as the transmission cable connecting the antenna to the transmitter. This means our 91.1 FM broadcast signal is temporarily off the air.

Our engineers are working hard to complete repairs and will have us back on the air as soon as possible.

The parts have been ordered and we are awaiting delivery of them. As soon as the weather clears long enough to re-set the support structure and get the antenna on it - we hope to have 91.1 FM back on the air sooner than later.

In the meantime, you can still hear KRCB-FM Radio 91 over-the-air on 90.9 FM in Santa Rosa and points West. The KRCB mobile app is available as a free download and features a live stream of the radio broadcast. A live stream is also available at norcalpublicmedia.org.

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