Radio Station - KSPB FM

KSPB-FM, Stevenson's commercial-free radio station, has been broadcasting from Pebble Beach for over 30 years.

Students manage and staff the entire radio-station operation. Before applying for a live show on the air, students are required to take a class to learn how to operate the station equipment independently. Students must also understand applicable Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations.

Students select the genre of music for their specific show. Programming varies each year from alternative rock to shows that specialize in hip-hop and international music.

The station broadcasts over the air at 91.9 FM and has listeners in four counties (Monterey, Santa Cruz, Santa Clara, and San Benito) with a potential total audience of more than 1.5 million people. With the recent addition of live internet streaming, KSPB is now available worldwide.

Stevenson School is licensed to operate KSPB as a Class A non-commercial FM radio station at 1000 watts.

Remote Broadcasting


KSPB's remote capability allows our students to broadcast selected sporting events, from our campus and beyond, live on 91.9 FM and streaming online at Pictured here are some KSPB student broadcasters at a home basketball game.

Live Streaming Over the Internet

KSPB-FM streams its programming live over the internet whenever students are broadcasting, which varies each day. Students generally broadcast original programming from 6:00 to 8:00 am weekday mornings and 5:00 to 10:00 pm weekday evenings. Our license does not allow for internet streaming of BBC programming when it is on the air. Select the graphic below to be connected to the "Listen Live" streaming feed on the KSPB website.
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Radio Station Website Links

Live streaming over internet during student broadcasting hours:
KSPB streaming over internet

Radio station website:

Listening to KSPB on an iPhone or Other Smartphone

Download the smartphone app TuneIn Radio and you can listen to KSPB student DJs or a game on the go with your cell phone or tablet.

This app will carry KSPB broadcasts while students are broadcasting (subject to the same schedule as live streaming over the internet).

Hear Drew Sharek '16 share his story of having his own show on KSPB.