|Broadcast area||Topeka area|
|Slogan||Topeka's Rock Leader|
|First air date||1960|
|Audience share||0.5, #24 (Fa'07, R&R)|
|HAAT||300 meters (980 ft)|
|Former callsigns||KTOP-FM (1960-1976)|
(Cumulus Licensing LLC)
KDVV (100.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an album-oriented rock format. Licensed to Topeka, Kansas, United States, the station serves the Topeka area. The station is currently owned by Cumulus Media and features programming from Westwood One.
1960-1976: KTOP-FM - K-Top
1976-1978: KDVV - K-Dove
KDVV broadcast a Christian format for a couple of years.
1978-1989: KDVV - The New V-100 FM
KDVV flipped to top 40 in 1978, keeping the call letters from the previous format. The focus wavered back and forth between Bubblegum Pop, R&B, New Wave, Hip-Hop, and of course Rock.
1989-1996: KDVV The All New V-100.3 FM
Westwood One's AOR feed provided much of the programming.
1996-1998: KDVV - V-100
KDVV returned to locally produced programming around 1996, giving Topeka its first classic rock station. Cumulus bought KDVV in 1998 from family-owned Midland Broadcasting.
1998-present: KDVV - V-100
KDVV updated its format to a more current AOR playlist in 1998. The station has made it all the way to #2 behind WIBW-FM in the overall Topeka ratings. The loss of KLZR's modern rock format helped KDVV. KDVV broadcast KU sports from 2000-2006. Kansas State Wildcat sports moved to KDVV in 2006. Around 2008, KDVV began simulcasting on KDVB (96.9 MHz), licensed to Effingham, Kansas. More recently V100 became the Topeka affiliate of the Bob & Tom Show and started to add more Heavy Metal and Modern Rock. V 100 serves now as the de facto active rock station for Topeka, Junction City and Manhattan since the nearest Active Rock station provides only rim shot coverage.