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City Bloomfield, Iowa
Broadcast area Ottumwa, Iowa
Branding Your Hometown Radio
Frequency 106.9 MHz
First air date 1982 (as KXOF)
Format Classic hits
ERP 14,000 watts
HAAT 112 m (367 ft)
Class C3
Facility ID 27659
Transmitter coordinates 40°46′39″N 92°23′54″W / 40.77750°N 92.39833°W / 40.77750; -92.39833
Former callsigns KXOF (1982-2002)
KOJY (2002-2006)
KDMU (2006-2009)
KOJY (2009-2016)
Owner Mark and Karen McVey
(Tri-Rivers Broadcasting Company)
Sister stations KVCI

KUDV (106.9 FM) is a commercial radio station that serves the Bloomfield, Iowa and Ottumwa, Iowa area. The station broadcasts a classic hits format. KUDV is licensed to Mark and Karen McVey, through licensee Tri-Rivers Broadcasting Company.[1] The station formerly simulcasted a classic hits format with KMEM-FM in Memphis, Missouri as "Mustang" until then-KDMU switched back to a gospel format and changed call signs back to KOJY.

The station was originally licensed as KXOF on June 21, 1982 but changed callsigns to KOJY on July 6, 2002 and to KDMU on February 27, 2006, only to change back to KOJY on July 14, 2009.[2] The station changed its call sign to KUDV on September 3, 2016. On September 5, 2016 KUDV changed their format to classic hits.

The transmitter and broadcast tower are located 2 miles northeast of Bloomfield along U.S. Route 63. According to the Antenna Structure Registration database, the tower is 104 m (341 ft) tall with the FM broadcast antenna mounted at the 101 m (331 ft) level. [3] The calculated Height Above Average Terrain is 112 m (367 ft).


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