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City Independence, California
Broadcast area Bishop
Branding Alt 92.5
Slogan Sierra's New Alternative
Frequency 92.5 MHz
Format Alternative Rock
ERP 870 watts
HAAT 899.0 meters (2,949.5 ft)
Class B
Facility ID 46683
Transmitter coordinates 36°58′38.00″N 118°7′13.00″W / 36.9772222°N 118.1202778°W / 36.9772222; -118.1202778Coordinates: 36°58′38.00″N 118°7′13.00″W / 36.9772222°N 118.1202778°W / 36.9772222; -118.1202778
Affiliations NBC News Radio, Outside Television
Owner Employee-owned
(Benett Kessler II Trust, Benett Kessler Trustee)
Webcast Listen Live
Website www.sierrawave.net

KSRW (92.5 FM, TV-33. "Sierra Wave") is a radio station broadcasting an Alternative Rock music format[1] and features programming from Westwood One.[2] The station is rebroadcast on 96.5 at Mammoth Lakes on translator K223BF, which in turn feeds another rebroadcast on 92.5 at Mammoth Mountain on translator K243AK. The station is also rebroadcast to central Mono County on translator K243BC on 96.5 FM from Conway Summit, CA [3] KSRW also runs KSRW-LP, channel 33, broadcasting Local News and featuring programming from Outside Television, licensed to Mammoth Lakes, California. Licensed to Independence, California, USA, the KSRW 92.5 radio station serves the Bishop, Ridgecrest, Mammoth Lakes and June Lake areas. The station is currently owned by licensee Benett Kessler II Trust, which is owned by investors and its employees. KSRW flipped to the Alternative Rock format on September 6, 2015, after having an adult contemporary format for many years.


  1. ^ "Sierra Wave Radio changing format, becoming … Alt 92.5". Sierra Wave Media. September 6, 2015. Retrieved June 18, 2017. 
  2. ^ "KSRW Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2010-02-28. 
  3. ^ "KSRW-FM Technical Details". radio-locator. Retrieved June 18, 2017. 

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