|Broadcast area||Whatcom County|
|Slogan||Re-Live Your Favorites Every Day|
|Translator(s)||98.9 K255DC (Bellingham)|
|First air date||1958 (as KENY)|
|Power||1,000 watts day|
500 watts night
|Former callsigns||KENY (1958-1968)|
Fox News Radio
|Owner||Saga Broadcasting, LLC|
|Sister stations||KAFE, KGMI, KISM, KPUG|
Former Syndicated Shows
- "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 call letters became KIXT in 1999, when SAGA Communications Inc. purchased 930 AM from Bellingham Broadcasting Corporation. In 2001, the station call sign was again changed to the current KBAI, first programmed as an easy listening format then flipped to oldies. 930 AM first began broadcasting in 1958 as KENY, a daytime radio station. The call letters were changed to KBFW in 1968 and they remained the same until the sale of the station in 1999. KBFW aired a country music format for 30 years.
On August 1, 2017 KBAI changed their format from progressive talk to classic hits, branded as "98.9 K-Bay" (the FM frequency is for FM translator K255DC Bellingham).
- "KBAI Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
- "KBAI Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
- KBAI Bellingham Drops Liberal Talk For Classic Hits Radioinsight - August 1, 2017
- FCC History Cards for KBAI
- Query the FCC's AM station database for KBAI
- Radio-Locator Information on KBAI
- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for KBAI
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