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For the Japanese television station that used the KSDW-TV callsign from 1959 to 1972, see Okinawa Television.
City Temecula, California
Broadcast area Temecula, California / San Diego County
Slogan San Diego's Wave of Living Water
Frequency 88.9 (MHz), 96.9 in San Diego
First air date November 5, 1979 as KRTM
Format Christian radio
ERP 270 watts
HAAT 924 meters (3,031 feet)
Class B
Callsign meaning San Diego's Wave of Living Water (reference to sister station KWVE-FM)
Former callsigns KRTM, KRRR, KRTM
Owner Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa
Sister stations KWVE-FM
Webcast http://player.listenlive.co/28561
Website http://www.ksdwradio.com

KSDW (88.9 FM) is a Christian radio station licensed to Temecula, California and serving the Temecula Valley and San Diego County. The station is owned and operated by Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, and studios are co-located in Santa Ana with sister station KWVE-FM.

KSDW's format consists mainly of contemporary worship music but also features Bible teaching programs of churches in the Temecula Valley, greater San Diego, and throughout the nation.

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Coordinates: 33°22′08″N 116°56′10″W / 33.369°N 116.936°W / 33.369; -116.936