Wednesday, June 1 at 9:17AM, KPCW will move from its long-time frequency home at 91.9FM to the new neighboring frequency 91.7.
The change in frequency will come with a more powerful signal in stereo. The much stronger signal should help listeners continue to hear the station informer dead-zone areas in canyons, tucked-away neighborhoods and basements.
91.9FM will still be the frequency of choice in the Heber Valley and 88.1 will still overlap and continue to fill out areas of Summit County.
We'll still bring you local news, weather, traffic, moose sightings, lost dogs, found cell phones, power outage information, public service announcements, live interviews and everything else you've come to expect from your community radio station. Only now with a stronger signal, one click to the left.