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KEGA 1015TheEagle.png
City Oakley, Utah
Broadcast area Salt Lake City, Utah
Branding 101.5 The Eagle
Slogan Utah's Best Country
Frequency 101.5 MHz
Repeater(s) 101.5 KEGA-FM1 (Ogden)
101.5 KEGA-FM3 (Salt Lake City)
101.5 KEGA-FM5 (Provo)
101.5 KEGA-FM6 (Bountiful)
101.5 KEGA-FM7 (Park City)
101.5 KEGA-FM10 (North Salt Lake City)
First air date June 28, 2000
Format Country
ERP 89,000 watts
HAAT 647 meters (2,123 ft)
Class C
Facility ID 89255
Transmitter coordinates 40°52′16″N 110°59′43″W / 40.87111°N 110.99528°W / 40.87111; -110.99528Coordinates: 40°52′16″N 110°59′43″W / 40.87111°N 110.99528°W / 40.87111; -110.99528
Callsign meaning The EaGle
Former callsigns KPKK (2000-2003)
KKIK (2003-2003)
Owner Dell Loy Hansen
(Broadway Media LS, LLC)
Webcast stream opens on website when "Listen Live" button is clicked

KEGA, branded as 101.5 The Eagle is a country music radio station broadcasting to the Salt Lake City metropolitan area. Licensed to Oakley, Utah, United States, the station is currently owned by Dell Loy Hansen, through licensee Broadway Media LS, LLC of Salt Lake City.[1] The station's studios are located in Downtown Salt Lake City and its transmitter site is located on Humpy Peak, 50 miles east.


The station was assigned the call letters KPKK on 2000-06-28. On 2003-07-03, the station changed its call sign to KKIK. On July 30, 2003, the station became the current KEGA.[2]

Air staff[edit]

101.5 The Eagle's morning show staff consists of Jon and Keith from 6a-10a. Jon Watkins is also the Program Director of the station. From 10a-12p Jon continues an airshift followed by Justin Taylor from 2p-6p. Then Tracy Chapman takes over from 6p-midnight.


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