KZSU 90.1 is a campus radio operator, licensed to Stanford, California. The satellite signals of the channel can be heard across the boundaries of the San Francisco Peninsula on the FM frequency of 90.1 Mhz. While outside of the domestic boundaries, the audience can listen to it from its web portal. The station offers day and night programming from Variety radio format. The transmitter of the station requires 500 watts to air its programming 24/7. The A-class channel works under the ownership of Stanford University. The daily operations of the channel are managed by a General Manager; the manager is selected each year from students by the Board of Directors.
The operations of the station were started informally on 6th January 1947 with the name KSU. It was initially an AM operator that used to broadcast on 590 kHz. The radio was an evening operator in its early days. The operations of the channel were discontinued temporarily by Federal Communications Commission in August 1958 and were resumed after two years in 1960. In 1964, the callsign of the operator was changed to what it currently uses. The effective radiated power of the broadcaster is switched in 1978.
KZSU 90.1 currently offers shows from topics like news, talk shows, sports updates, domestic updates, concerts, music, and other entertainment programs. You can also help the broadcaster monetarily through your donations. The station is also available on popular social media hubs.
KZSU 90.1 Shows
Mixed Up Class
Clean Copper Radio & Hot Topics
New Bottles, Vintage Wine
That’s No Bluegrass
State of the Human
You can visit the official website of the channel at kzsu.stanford.edu