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City Bellingham, Washington
Broadcast area Whatcom County
Branding AM 930 Progressive Talk
Frequency 930 kHz
First air date 1999
Format Progressive talk
Power 1,000 watts day
500 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 4633
Transmitter coordinates 48°47′53″N 122°28′01″W / 48.79806°N 122.46694°W / 48.79806; -122.46694Coordinates: 48°47′53″N 122°28′01″W / 48.79806°N 122.46694°W / 48.79806; -122.46694
Former callsigns

KIXT (1999-2001)

Affiliations Dial Global, Fox News Radio
Owner Saga Broadcasting, LLC
Sister stations KAFE, KGMI, KISM, KPUG
Website AM 930

KBAI (930 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a progressive talk format. Licensed to Bellingham, Washington. The station serves the Whatcom County area. The station is owned by Saga Broadcasting, LLC and features progressive programming from Dial Global and Fox News Radio.[1]

Syndicated Shows[edit]

  • "The Stephanie Miller Show"
  • "The Thom Hartman Show"
  • "The Randi Rhodes Show"
  • "The Ed Schultz Show"
  • "The Alan Colmes Show"
  • "The Bill Press Show"
  • "Leslie Marshall"
  • "Ring of Fire"
  • "Free Talk Live"


The station went on the air as KIXT on 1999-06-23. On 2001-08-01, the station changed its call sign to the current KBAI, first as an easy listening format then to oldies. Prior to the founding of the current 930 AM in 1999, 930 AM was known as KBFW and aired a country format.[2]


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