KCFI

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KCFI
KCFI Cruisin1250-105.1 logo.png
CityCedar Falls, Iowa
Broadcast areaWaterloo, Iowa
BrandingCruisin' KCFI
SloganReal Oldies
Frequency1250 kHz
Translator(s)105.1 K286CI (Waterloo)
First air date1960
FormatOldies
Power500 watts
ClassB
Facility ID9726
Transmitter coordinates42°32′39″N 92°29′17″W / 42.54417°N 92.48806°W / 42.54417; -92.48806
Former callsignsKCFI (1960-1995)
KCNZ (1995-2004)
KDNZ (2004-2012)
OwnerJames Coloff
(Coloff Media, LLC)
Sister stationsKCHA, KCHA-FM, KCNZ, KCVM, KCZE, KHAM, KIOW, KLKK, KMCH-FM, KSMA-FM
WebcastListen Live
Websitecruisin1250.com

KCFI (1250 AM) is a commercial radio station licensed to serve the Cedar Falls, Iowa area. The station primarily broadcasts an oldies format but airs Minnesota Twins baseball and some sports overflow from sister station KCNZ. KCFI is licensed to James Coloff's Coloff Media, LLC. It was first licensed on July 13, 1960.

During daylight hours, KCFI uses two towers in a directional array that concentrates the broadcast signal southeast toward Cedar Rapids, Iowa. At night, three towers are used to create a three lobe pattern that slightly favors the west.

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