Ketchum Radio Station Celebrates One-Year Anniversary


By Brittany Cooper

Ketchum, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KSVT-TV ) A local radio station in Ketchum is celebrating its one-year anniversary.

KDPI 89.3 Drop-in Radio features community-oriented programming.

The station is a 501c3; all of the DJs are local volunteers, according to the founder, Mike Scullion.

If you like music, you're in luck; about 70% of programming is music.

The low power station is trying to raise enough funding to put an antenna on top of Bald Mountain.

"Right now we only reach Ketchum and the outskirts of Ketchum. So if we can get an antenna on top of Bald Mountain, that will give us a signal all the way to Galena Summit and all the way to the blinking light at Timmerman Junction,” Scullion explains.

The station also streams live online at

Catch the one year anniversary celebration on April 18th at the studio, 620 North Main Street.

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