KBDB-FM

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KBDB-FM
City Forks, Washington
Branding Twilight 96.7
Slogan YOUR West End Entertainment Leader
Frequency 96.7 MHz
First air date 1987 (as KLLM at 103.9)
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 930 watts
HAAT 484 metres (1,588 feet)
Class C3
Facility ID 28208
Former callsigns KLLM (1981-2005)
Former frequencies 103.9 MHz (1987-2009)
Owner Mark Lamb
(Forks Broadcasting Inc.)
Sister stations KFKB
Website twilight967.com

KBDB-FM is an American radio station licensed to operate on the FM frequency of 96.7 MHz. Licensed to Forks, Washington,. the station is owned by Forks Broadcasting Inc. it broadcasts an Adult Contemporary format. KBDB-FM and sister station KFKB are the only commercial radio stations serving the West End of Clallam County, Washington. The studios are at 260 Cedar Avenue in Forks.

The station's transmitter was located next to the studios until early 2016. Because of its low-lying position in relation to the surrounding mountainous terrain -- the antenna was 23 meters (75.5 feet) below average terrain -- the 6,000 watt Class A signal barely reached beyond the valley. In the spring of 2016, KBDB-FM began broadcasting a Class C3 signal from a mountaintop transmitter located approximately 5.5 km (3.4 miles) north-northwest of Sappho.

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Marketwire - Nov 19, 2012

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Coordinates: 48°07′46″N 124°18′20″W / 48.129522°N 124.305493°W / 48.129522; -124.305493