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Día del Niño – Day of the Child

Reserven la fecha: sábado 21 de abril a las 2:00 – 6:00 pm Save the date: Saturday April 21, 2:00 – 6:00 pm   El evento del Día del Niño de KBBF incluye narración de cuentos, baile folklórico, música, y comida para comprar. The KBBF Day of the Child event includes storytelling, folk dancing, music…

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Thank you!

  Dear Friends, This year as we give thanks for the many blessings in our life, we at KBBF are grateful for the generosity, vision, and support of our members and donors. As we begin our 44th year as the first bilingual radio station in the US, with a transmitter on the top of Mt.…

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KBBF antenna dodges the bullet

La antena de KBBF se salvó por un pelo. El terrible y trágico incendio del mes pasado quemó un sitio de comunicaciones a unos 100 metros al sur de nuestra antena pero dejó el sitio de KBBF sin daño: The KBBF antenna dodged the bullet. The savage firestorm of last month burned a communications site…

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KBBF’s Disaster Response

(Español más abajo) English: In the early morning hours of Monday October 9, 2017, a firestorm roared out of the hills east of Santa Rosa and swept through neighborhoods in the north of the city. The Tubbs fire, along with several other wildfires that started in the north San Francisco bay area on the same…

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California Fires – Press Release Friday October 13, 2017

Press Release For Immediate Release Friday, October 13, 2017 What: KBBF RADIO PROVIDES MUCH-NEEDED LIVE COVERAGE OF CALIFORNIA FIRES IN SPANISH Contact: Alicia Sanchez, President, Board of Directors, Bilingual Broadcasting Foundation, Inc. Edgar Avila, Director of Programming, KBBF-fm Phone: 707-545-8833 Email: info@kbbf-fm.org KBBF-fm, the first Spanish-English bilingual radio station in the United States, with a…

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Help get Puerto Rico back on the air!

(Español más abajo) Public media (Radio & TV) in Puerto Rico have been knocked off the air after the island was battered by back-to-back hurricanes. Communities in Puerto Rico rely on public media as their source for news and information, and these stations need to urgently get back on-air to help with the island’s disaster recovery…

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