KMBI

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This article is about the radio station in Spokane, WA. For the Bible college in Kentucky, see Kentucky Mountain Bible College.
KMBI/KMBI-FM
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City of license Spokane, Washington
Broadcast area Spokane/Eastern Washington, Northeastern Oregon, Northern Idaho, Western Montana and Northwestern Wyoming areas
Branding Moody Radio Northwest
Frequency FM: 107.9 MHz
AM: 1330 kHz
Repeaters (see article)
First air date FM: April 22, 1968 (as KCFA-FM)
AM: July 12, 1959 (as KCFA)
Format Christian radio
Power AM: 5,000 watts (daytime only)
ERP FM: 64,000 watts
HAAT FM: 725 meters
Class FM: C
AM: D
Facility ID FM: 66099
AM: 65985
Callsign meaning Moody Bible Institute
Former callsigns FM: KCFA-FM (1968-1974)
AM: KCFA (1959-1974)
Affiliations Moody Radio
Owner Moody Bible Institute
Webcast FM Webstream
AM Webstream
Website moodyradionorthwest.fm

KMBI & KMBI-FM are religious broadcasting stations based in Spokane, Washington, the flagships of the Moody Radio Northwest network, serving Eastern Washington, Northeastern Oregon, Northern Idaho, Western Montana and Northwestern Wyoming, owned by the Moody Bible Institute. The FM station broadcasts at 107.9 MHz 24 hours a day, while the AM station broadcasts at 1330 kHz during daytime hours only. In November of 2013, KMBI-AM was knocked off the air by copper thieves. It was estimated to cost thousands of dollars to get the station back on the air.[1]

Local programming includes Daybreak, a week-day morning program; and The Road Home, during afternoon rush-hour.

The FM station is one of seven local Spokane FM radio stations heard across Canada to subscribers of the Shaw Direct satellite TV service.[2]

Translator and Repeater network[edit]

Washington[edit]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license FCC info
K215AD 90.9 Chelan, Washington FCC
K282AA 104.3 Kennewick, Washington FCC
K217ER 91.3 Pateros, Washington FCC
K207DC 89.3 Tonasket, Washington FCC
KMLW 88.3 Moses Lake, Washington FCC

Oregon[edit]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license FCC info
K234AD 94.7 Enterprise, Oregon FCC
K243AA 96.5 Union, Oregon FCC

Idaho[edit]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license FCC info
K217FR 91.3 Bonners Ferry, Idaho FCC
K215AB 90.9 Kamiah, Idaho FCC
K265AP 100.9 Lewiston, Idaho FCC
K213BN 90.5 Orofino, Idaho FCC

Montana[edit]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license FCC info
K212AO 90.3 Thompson Falls, Montana FCC
K211AB 90.1 Libby, Montana FCC
K208EF 89.5 Missoula, Montana FCC
KSPL 90.9 Kalispell, Montana FCC

Wyoming[edit]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license FCC info
KMWY 91.1 Jackson Hole, Wyoming FCC

Defunct translators[edit]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license FCC info
K280AP[3] 103.9 Omak, Washington [3] FCC

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Coordinates: 47°36′17″N 117°21′27″W / 47.60472°N 117.35750°W / 47.60472; -117.35750