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City Alexandria, Louisiana
Broadcast area Greater Alexandria
Branding ESPN 1410
Frequency 1410 kHz
Repeater(s) KQID (KQID-FM-HD3)
Format Sports Talk
Power 1,000 watts day
30 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 32995
Transmitter coordinates 31°16′25″N 92°25′43″W / 31.27361°N 92.42861°W / 31.27361; -92.42861Coordinates: 31°16′25″N 92°25′43″W / 31.27361°N 92.42861°W / 31.27361; -92.42861
Former callsigns KRRV (02/01/1988-03/15/1996)
Affiliations ESPN Radio
ABC Radio
Owner Cenla Broadcasting
(Cenla Broadcasting Licensing Company, LLC)
Sister stations KKST, KQID-FM, KRRV-FM, KSYL, KZMZ
Webcast KSYL webcast
Website espn1410.com

KDBS (1410 AM, ESPN Alexandria) is an American radio station broadcasting a sports talk format. The station is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to serve the community of Alexandria, Louisiana. The station is licensed to and operated by Cenla Broadcasting.[1]


On February 1, 1988, the callsign was changed to KRRV with the callsign changing on March 15, 1996 back to the callsign of KDBS. [2]

The station aired ESPN sports radio as 1410 ESPN Sports Radio while owned by Clear Channel. The format was changed to an oldies-based format when the station was acquired by Cenla Broadcasting in November 2006.

In September 2008, Cenla Broadcasting changed the KDBS format back to sports as ESPN 1410.

In the mid 1960s, the station was owned by a local attorney. The format was rock and roll.


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