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KSRH
City of license San Rafael, California
Broadcast area San Francisco Bay Area
Branding KSRH 88.1 FM
Slogan "The Sound Difference"
Frequency 88.1 (MHz)
Format Grade School (K-12)
ERP 7 watts
HAAT 20 meters
Class D
Callsign meaning K San Rafael High
Owner San Rafael High School

KSRH ("The Sound Difference") is a low power non-commercial radio station licensed to San Rafael, CA, broadcasting on 88.1 FM. The station is owned and operated by San Rafael High School, and is operated by high school students. All of KSRH's funding comes from the San Rafael School District or from PSAs (Public Service Announcements).

KSRH's signal can be received in the neighborhoods of Downtown San Rafael, the Canal Area, Gerstle Park, and in Sun Valley. Its signal is 7 watts and is contained by the geography of San Rafael (with steep hills on three sides, and the San Francisco Bay on the fourth). KSRH's transmitting tower is 59 feet tall, and attached to the main building at San Rafael High School, which is 23 feet above sea level.

As of the 2011 school year, KSRH is transmitting only pre-recorded shows due to changes to the class, but the station still broadcasts 24 hours a day.

Each DJ is responsible for the content of their show, and several of the shows have unique names and themes.

Alleged domestic terrorist Daniel Andreas San Diego is an alumnus of KSRH.[1][2]

References

  1. ^ http://articles.sfgate.com/2003-10-10/news/17511503_1_neighbor-radio-station-campus-radio
  2. ^ http://www.amw.com/fugitives/case.cfm?id=25800

External links

  • Query the FCC's FM station database for KSRH
  • Radio-Locator information on KSRH
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KSRH


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