KDZN

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KDZN
KDZN-FM 2008.JPG
City of license Glendive, Montana
Broadcast area West Central Montana
Branding "Z-96"
Slogan "New Country"
Frequency 96.5 MHz
First air date 1969
Format Country
Power 90,000 Watts
HAAT 149 Meters
Class C1
Transmitter coordinates 47°5′15.0″N 104°48′4.0″W / 47.087500°N 104.801111°W / 47.087500; -104.801111
Affiliations CBS Radio News
Westwood One
Owner Stephen A. Marks Radio Group
(Magic Air Communications Company)
Sister stations KXGN, KXGN-TV
Website KDZN Online

KDZN is a Country formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Glendive, Montana, serving East Central Montana. KDZN is owned and operated by Stephen A. Marks Radio Group.

Logo from the station's group website.

History[edit]

KDZN signed on in 1969 as "KGLE-FM" owned by crosstown Friends of Christian Radio, Inc, who still own KGLE AM 590. In 1986, Glendive Broadcasting Corporation bought KGLE-FM, switching the calls to KDZN and the format to country, where it remains today.

Programming[edit]

Programming on KDZN is provided via the Westwood One satellite network during the mid-morning, mid-afternoon and evening hours. News on KDZN comes from CBS.

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