KLVZ

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KLVZ
KLVZ Legends810-94.3 logo.jpg
City Brighton, Colorado
Broadcast area Denver, Colorado
Branding Legends 810/94.3
Slogan Pop Classics
Frequency 810 kHz (also on HD Radio)
Translator(s) 94.3 MHz K232FK (Brighton)
First air date June, 1956 (as KBRN at 800)
Format Pop Classics
Power 2,200 watts (day)
430 watts (night)
Class B
Facility ID 35089
Transmitter coordinates 40°1′41″N 104°49′21″W / 40.02806°N 104.82250°W / 40.02806; -104.82250 (day)
39°50′36″N 104°57′14″W / 39.84333°N 104.95389°W / 39.84333; -104.95389 (night)
Former callsigns KBRN (1956-1982)
KLTT (1982-1996)
KLDC (1996-2007)
Former frequencies 800 kHz (1956-2006)
Owner KLZ Radio
Sister stations KLZ, KLTT, KLDC
Webcast Listen Live
Website 810klvz.com

KLVZ (810 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a pop classics format. Licensed to Brighton, Colorado, United States, it serves the Denver area. The station is owned by Crawford Broadcasting. The call letters KLVZ were used in the pilot episode of the comedy series ALF.

History[edit]

KLVZ began as KHIL in June, 1956 on 800 kHz. It moved to 810 kHz in February, 2006. [1]

On August 1, 2011 KLVZ went off the air. There was no word if the station was off the air permanently. The station's website indicated July 31, 2011 was the final day of broadcast. The website thanked listeners, and told them to tune to other Crawford Broadcasting stations.[2]

In October 2016, KLVZ, whose Christian Talk format moved to KLDC in April, returned to the air with Pop Classics.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KLVZ Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2011-06-02. 
  2. ^ KLVZ Website
  3. ^ Venta, Lance (2016-10-25). "Legends Launches In Denver". radionisight.com. Retrieved 2016-10-26. 

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