Paul Stribling

Assoc. Gen. Mgr./Director of Programming

Paul is Boise State Public Radio’s Associate General Manager/Director of Programming. He oversees all of the on-air and online content for KBSX, KBSU and associated stations. He  helps insure that all of the stations sound their very best. KBSX has become an important news resource in the region and consistently ranks high in key audience metrics both locally and nationally.

Before coming to Boise in 2011, Paul spent more than 30 years helping build WFAE in Charlotte, North Carolina into one of the leading NPR news/talk stations in the southeast. Under his direction, WFAE flourished as an award-winning news resource and developed into a nationally recognized public radio leader that engages the community through important dialogue.

Paul is a graduate of UNC-Charlotte with a BA in Economics.

Station News
9:00 am
Mon November 18, 2013

Programming Change: BBC's 'Outlook' Comes To KBSX

Dick Gordon hosted WUNC's The Story from 2006-2013.
Credit Courtesy: American Public Media

Back in August, American Public Media announced 'The Story' would stop production after a successful eight-year run when host Dick Gordon decided to leave. The final episode will air Friday, November 22.

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Schedule Changes
5:16 pm
Tue July 2, 2013

Science Friday Returns To KBSX 91.5

Credit Science Friday

Good news for Science Friday fans. We've been able to strike a deal with NPR so that we can offer an hour of the show at no additional charge to the station. Science Friday will be back on Boise State Public Radio's air July 5.

You'll find Ira Flatow and company each Friday from 1:00 to 2:00 p.m. on KBSX 91.5 fm.

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Programming Notes
5:51 pm
Fri June 28, 2013

A Note About Programming Changes Beginning July 1

Paul Stribling is Boise State Public Radio program director.
Credit Emilie Ritter Saunders / Boise State Public Radio

UPDATE July 2: We will air one hour of Science Friday each Friday afternoon beginning July 5. Here are the details.

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