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City Darby, Montana
Branding 107.9 The Drive
Frequency 107.9 MHz
First air date September 7, 2007
Format Oldies
ERP 14,000 watts
HAAT 110 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 166088
Transmitter coordinates 46°13′46″N 114°14′01″W / 46.22944°N 114.23361°W / 46.22944; -114.23361
Callsign meaning K H DriVe
Owner Mountain Broadcasting
(Sheila Callahan & Friends, Inc.)
Sister stations KDXT, KMSO, KMTZ
For the radio station in King City, California, formerly known as KHDV, see KEXA

KHDV (107.9 FM, "107.9 The Drive") is an American FM radio station licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to serve the city of Darby, Montana. It airs an oldies music format.

The license was the result of an auction held January 31, 2006, which awarded the license for a bid of $178,000.[1] The station was granted its construction permit on June 28, 2006,[2] and received permission to begin full power operation on September 6, 2007.[3]

On September 1, 2013 KHDV changed their format from country to oldies, branded as "The Drive".


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