KKLF is an AMradio station licensed to Richardson, Texas. Although the station's signal covers portions of the immediate Metroplex, it mainly serves the area of North Texas north and east of the Metroplex. This station broadcasts on expanded band frequency 1700. Call letters established 3/21/2005 (calls and City of License, KDSX - Denison, moved from 950 AM; 950 was dissolved in 2005 as part of FCC dial expansion program of 1989.) City of license changed to Richardson in 2005.
It has been announced that Cumulus Media has put KKLF and 11 other stations into a trust run by Scott Knoblauch (via Volt Radio, LLC) in preparation for Cumulus' acquisition of Citadel Broadcasting. As a result, the KLIF simulcast ended in favor of an all-comedy format via the 24/7 Comedy Radio network. Originally, the current format would've launched on February 1, 2012, but it was delayed due to numerous missteps. KKLF officially changed formats to all Comedy on February 14.
In November 2013, KKLF was sold to Claro Communications, and on March 14, 2014, the station flipped from Comedy to Tejano music as "Kick 1700". Its website currently redirects to its Facebook page, and as of April 2013, there is no webstream.