Prior to its move to 88.9, KMIH broadcast at 104.5, when through a series of FM realignments, KMCQ, a station licensed to The Dalles, Oregon, was relocated to nearby Covington, Washington. This resulted in KMIH being relocated to its current frequency because of its class-D status, but was allowed to stay at the 104.5 frequency as they worked out an arrangement that allowed KMCQ to do testing during KMIH's off-air hours until the transition was completed. On August 27, 2008, KMIH and KMCQ finalized the move. KMIH also has a translator at 94.5 transmitting from Capitol Hill to cover downtown Seattle, which is not covered by 88.9's 30-watt signal.
For the 2011-2012 season, Ryan Roulliard began calling play-by-play for his senior project. He received many positive reviews and was joined midseason by freshman radio student Luke Mounger, a color analyst. During the 2012-2013 season, Mounger took over for Rouillard's duties, as he began calling play-by-play being joined by Brady Baker, Sam Peterson, and Daniel Mayer as color analysts.