KKDV

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KKDV
KKDV logo.jpg
City of license Walnut Creek, California
Broadcast area Diablo Valley
Branding 92.1 KKDV
Slogan Diablo Valley's Hometown Station
Frequency 92.1 MHz
First air date December 10, 1959 (as KWME)
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 3,000 watts
HAAT 24 meters
Class A
Facility ID 36032
Transmitter coordinates 37°54′2″N 122°5′7″W / 37.90056°N 122.08528°W / 37.90056; -122.08528Coordinates: 37°54′2″N 122°5′7″W / 37.90056°N 122.08528°W / 37.90056; -122.08528
Callsign meaning KK Diablo Valley
Former callsigns KWME (1959-1964)
KDFM (1964-1983)
KINQ (1983-1987)
KKIS-FM (1987-1998)
KFJO (1998-2004)
KABL-FM (2004-2005)
Owner Coast Radio Company
(Contra Costa County Radio, Inc.)
Sister stations KKIQ, KUIC
Webcast Listen Live
Website kkdv.com

KKDV is an Adult Contemporary radio station located in Walnut Creek, California, broadcasting at 92.1 MHz. With the call letters KKDV (Diablo Valley), it broadcasts under the slogan "Diablo Valley's Hometown Station." The station is located in central Contra Costa County in the Diablo Valley close to Mt. Diablo.

KKDV is owned by Contra Costa County Radio, Inc. under the umbrella of the Coast Radio Company, which also owns KKIQ 101.7 FM in Livermore, and KUIC 95.3 FM in Vacaville.

KKDV targets listeners in the Diablo Valley who cannot receive KKIQ in Livermore, California and Bay Area stations because of topography in those areas.

92 KFJO[edit]

Between 1998 to 2004, 92.1 was KFJO, a simulcast of 92.3 FM KSJO in San Jose, California as 92 KSJO, along with 92.7 FM KSJO in San Francisco, California and 92.7 FM KMJO in Santa Cruz, California, than a stint as adult standards KABL during its last days on am in the Bay Area.

See also[edit]

  • KGMZ KKDV call letters history

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