KDDK

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KDDK-FM
City Addis, Louisiana
Broadcast area Baton Rouge area
Branding La Nueva 105.5
Frequency 105.5 MHz
Format Spanish
ERP 6,000 watts
HAAT 100.0 meters
Class A
Facility ID 22310
Transmitter coordinates 30°19′25″N 91°16′52″W / 30.32361°N 91.28111°W / 30.32361; -91.28111Coordinates: 30°19′25″N 91°16′52″W / 30.32361°N 91.28111°W / 30.32361; -91.28111
Former callsigns KFRA-FM (-1985)
KFMV (1985-2004)
Owner Radio & Investments, Inc.
Webcast Listen Live
Website www.wddkfm.com

KDDK (105.5 FM) is an American commercial radio station broadcasting a Tropical Spanish format. Licensed to Addis, Louisiana, the station serves the Baton Rouge area. As of January 2009, the station is owned by Radio & Investments, Inc.[1]

Music Programming includes Romanticas, Solsa, Latin Pop, Regional Mexicana, Reggaeton, Meringue, Bachata, and Latin Oldies. A Spanish-language sports program is broadcast at noon and news is at the top of the hour.

History[edit]

The station went on the air as KFRA-FM in Franklin, Louisiana. On 1985-02-06, the station changed its call sign to KFMV, on 2004-09-28 to the current KDDK. On 2008-04 the station changed its format from variety to Spanish and became the frequency in Baton Rouge for Radio Tropical Caliente 1540 AM KGLA, a tropical Spanish radio station located in New Orleans LA.[2] The station moved from Franklin, Louisiana to its current location in Addis, Louisiana in 2007 after being granted permission to do so by the FCC in 2006.[3]

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