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City Manitou Springs, Colorado
Broadcast area Colorado Springs, Colorado
Pueblo, Colorado
Branding All Classical
Frequency 88.7 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Translator(s) 93.5 MHz K228EM (Woodland Park, relays HD2)
First air date September 1, 1979 (at 88.1)
Format Analog FM/HD1: Classical music
HD2: Jazz "Jazz 93.5"
ERP 8,900 watts
HAAT 668 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 10791
Callsign meaning Charles M. Edmunds (initials C.M.E.) was one of the founders of KCME. Also means Keeping Classical Music Everywhere
Former frequencies 88.1 MHz (1979-1990)
Owner Cheyenne Mountain Public Broadcast House, Inc.
Webcast Listen Live (Analog FM/HD1)
Listen Live (HD2)
Website kcme.org (Analog FM/HD1)
jazz935.org (HD2)

KCME is an independent Colorado public radio station founded in Manitou Springs, Colorado, in 1977. It signed on for the first time on December 24, 1979 on its original frequency of 88.1 MHz. It broadcasts FM on 88.7 MHz in the Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs and Pueblo areas, and on its several translators with classical music throughout central Colorado. In July 2008, KCME was invited by Summit Public Radio and TV, Inc. to relay its signal to Summit County [Breckenridge, Dillon, Frisco and Silverthorne] on 89.3 MHz. KCME's studios and administrative offices are now in the Colorado Springs city limits at 1921 N. Weber Street and its main broadcasting tower is on Cheyenne Mountain, southwest of Colorado Springs, Colorado. KCME may be heard world-wide via Internet streaming on www.kcme.org . KCME also broadcasts in the HD (digital) domain.

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Coordinates: 38°44′38″N 104°51′43″W / 38.744°N 104.862°W / 38.744; -104.862