We are thrilled to tell you of the very exciting development for KCEP:
The 1923 Westside School and Campus where KCEP resided is now a Historical Landmark on the National Registry.
KCEP moved out of the 1923 Westside School for rehabilitation purposes and moved next door into the newly renovated 1948 building. Both buildings are on the 1923 Westside School Campus located at 330 West Washington Avenue in Las Vegas (89106) on the corner of the newly renovated “D” Street.
KCEP is currently upgrading into a Multimedia Center, a place for students to train for future careers in Broadcasting, Digital Media and Online Programming.
KCEP serves the community and is a resource to over 200,000 listeners on a weekly basis.
KCEP has a long history in the Las Vegas community, dating back to its humble beginnings at Nucleus Plaza (formerly the Golden West Shopping Center) in 1972 with just 10 watts. (Now 10,000 watts)
For more than 45 years, KCEP has prospered thanks to the dedication and perseverance of a passionate community.
With your support, KCEP has an opportunity to flourish into a modern day digital facility that will enhance its abilities to serve the community.
KCEP-FM (Est. 1972)
“”The People’s Station “
As well as being a community service of EOB, KCEP-FM also provides an eclectic blend of R&B, Old School, Hip Hop, Jazz, Blues, Gospel and Locally Produced Public Affairs / Cultural Programs.
The station broadcast throughout the Las Vegas Valley on its frequency of 88.1 FM and throughout the world with Live On Air Streaming on our NEW APP you can download from your app store by searching POWER 88 LAS VEGAS or by logging onto www.kcepfm.com or on tuneinradio.com.
As a member-supported, non-commercial station (EEO ANNUAL PUBLIC FILE REPORT), KCEP is proud to be a National Public Radio (NPR), African American Public Radio Consortium (AAPRC) affiliate station. KCEP 2019 Financials
Craig Knight, General Manager, 702.648.0104
DJ Benzo, APD Assistant Program Director / Traffic Manager, 702.534.1418
Melvin Stringer, Underwriting Team Coordinator 702.534.1441
KCEP COMMUNITY ADVISORY BOARD:
Lauren Brooks (Chair)
Detrick Sanford (Vice-Chair)
EOB BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Lawrence Weekly (Chair)
Assemblyman C.H. Miller
Private and Business Sector
Fred Haron (Treasurer)
David Washington (Secretary)
Low-Income Community Sector
(The second board seat within this sector is vacant as of 7/1/2020.)