KBCZ, Boulder Creek’s homegrown radio station, continues to amaze by offering eclectic programming and an intimate glimpse into small-town life.
Broadcasting at 90.1 FM, the station got its start in 2013 when the Federal Communications Commission made available non-commercial, low-power licenses. KBCZ beams at 100 watts.
“We said, ‘We’d like to have a radio station,’ not knowing what that meant,” said station manager Tina Davey, remembering when the Boulder Creek Recreation and Park District first purchased the license.
Led by director Hallie Greene and board member George Galt, the Boulder
Creek Recreation Center drove the project through a series of community meetings.
“People think of the Rec Center as being just for kids,” said Green. “This has brought a whole new demographic.”
Green originally handed over the volunteer work of daily operations…