KSER is now being simulcast on KXIR at 89.9 FM. The station is licensed to Freeland and the newly-constructed tower is located in Greenbank on Whidbey Island.
The addition of this second frequency allows the non-profit KSER Foundation to increase its reach and do more focused community service broadcasting. We had a standing-room-only crowd in the KSER Community Room Tuesday evening for the KXIR launch celebration
|Celebrating the Launch of KXIR 89.9 FM|
At 7 p.m. we were honored to have the first official joint KSER & KXIR Station Identification delivered by Mel Sheldon, Chair of the Tulalip Tribes.
For several months we will continue to simulcast KSER & KXIR while we conduct more community forums and surveys to obtain community feedback on how to best serve the community with two independent public radio stations. We'd welcome your feedback.
Many communities throughout the country don't have even one truly independent community owned radio station. The North Puget Sound now has two.
You can learn more about KXIR, including how to offer your financial support for independent public radio, on our website at KXIR.org.