KRPI 1550 is a multicultural radio broadcaster licensed to Ferndale, Washington and headquartered in Richmond, British Columbia. The channel broadcast across the boundaries of Metro Vancouver, British Columbia on the frequency of 1550 kHz on AM dial. The station can still be listened round the clock outside of the domestic boundaries through its web portal. You can also find the channel by the name “KRPI Radio” and marketed by the slogan “Your #1 South Asian Voice.” The callsign of the station is an acronym for “K Radio PunjabI.”
The first signal of the station was aired on 30th September 1963 by the name KOQT. Initially, it was a daytime-only broadcaster with the frequency of 1550 kHz. The nighttime operations of the broadcaster were added in 1976, and at the same time, the power was also increased to 10 kW. The callsign of the station was changed to KNTR-AM on 13th August 1984. Then again, the callsign switched to KCCF on 22nd October 1998, and finally, its current moniker was picked on 9th August 2002.
Currently, the channel is working under the ownership of BBC Broadcasting, Inc. KRPI 1550 is listed among B-class operators. You can also remain in touch with the updates and notifications from the station by following it on social media.