KBDX

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KBDX
Red Rock 92 logo
City Blanding, Utah
Branding Red Rock 92
Frequency 92.7 MHz
Translator(s) 96.1 FM K241AO (Cortez, CO)
98.1 FM K251BC (Kayenta, AZ)
98.3 FM K252ER (Chinle, AZ)
101.5 FM K268AV (Moab, UT)
Format Oldies
ERP 610 watts
HAAT 1038 meters
Class C2
Facility ID 89048
Transmitter coordinates 37°50′24″N 109°27′41″W / 37.84000°N 109.46139°W / 37.84000; -109.46139Coordinates: 37°50′24″N 109°27′41″W / 37.84000°N 109.46139°W / 37.84000; -109.46139
Affiliations ABC Radio
Owner Redrock Radio Group L.L.C.
Website redrock92.com

KBDX (92.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an Oldies format. Licensed to Blanding, Utah, United States, the station is currently owned by Redrock Radio Group L.L.C. and features programing from ABC Radio- Classic Oldies.[1]

During August 2008, KBDX was simulcasting a radio station from Truro, Massachusetts known as WGTX. KBDX could be heard broadcasting "Dunes 102", which is WGTX's slogan. WGTX received calls from listeners in Utah who were confused and thought they had heard a radio phenomenon known as E-skip.

KBDX now operates on with its own dominant Red Rock 92 format, with ABC news on the hour and a real meteorologist and has a very wide coverage area from south of Shiprock, New Mexico and can be easily heard north of Moab Utah. The station has two full power local translators one in Moab, Utah (101.5 FM) and the other in Cortez, Colorado (96.1 FM). The Red Rock format is a blend of 1970s' and '80s' pop hits and is the only format of its kind in the Four Corners. FCC information reports the transmitter located at over 11,000 feet on "Abajo Peak" just west of Monticello Utah, giving it a formidable coverage footprint.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KBDX Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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