KLMP

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KLMP
KLMP logo.png
City of license Rapid City, South Dakota
Broadcast area Rapid City, South Dakota
Branding 88.3 the Light
Frequency 88.3 MHz
Format Contemporary Inspirational
ERP 63,000 watts
HAAT 522 meters
Class C
Facility ID 88452
Transmitter coordinates 44°19′42″N 103°50′3″W / 44.32833°N 103.83417°W / 44.32833; -103.83417Coordinates: 44°19′42″N 103°50′3″W / 44.32833°N 103.83417°W / 44.32833; -103.83417
Former callsigns KLGH (1997-2005)
KTPT (2005-2007)
Owner Bethesda Christian Broadcasting
Webcast Listen Live
Website klmp.com

KLMP (88.3 FM), known as "The Light", is a radio station in Rapid City, South Dakota airing a Christian format.

History[edit]

KLMP signed onto the air in 1968 as KVSR-FM, which stood for "Keep Voicing the Savior’s Redemption". After a change of ownership in 1992, the call letters were changed to KLMP. In 2002, the main transmitter was moved from Skyline Drive in Rapid City to Terry Peak, expanding the coverage area. On April 2, 2007 KLMP moved to 88.3 FM, swapping frequencies with KTPT, which is now on 97.9 FM.

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