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|City of license||Nevada City, California|
|Broadcast area||Sacramento, CA|
|Slogan||"Music of the World, Voice of the Community". "If you did not turn us on we would not be here"|
|Frequency||89.5 MHz Analog & Digital|
|Repeaters||10 watts 105.1 MHz K286AN Truckee, California|
|Format||Community Radio, eclectic programming|
|Callsign meaning||Victorian Museum Radio|
|Owner||Nevada City Community Broadcast Group|
After 20 years in its old leased location in Nevada City, California, at 401 Spring Street, on 24 February 2015 the offices, production facilities, and infrastructure moved across the street to its new purpose-built facilities at 120 Bridge Street for which funds have been raised from an extensive and still ongoing capital campaign. Several new off-air production studios have been added to improve the artistic and technical quality of broadcasts. Increasing use is being made of the Internet for streaming and many shows are now both archived and podcast here:  and elsewhere to leverage social media and ongoing advances in technology. such as their Facebook group 
The building itself backs onto the historic Nevada Theatre with which the station now has a cooperative venture called The Bridge Street Project. The new modern building maintains the old gold mining feel of the historic district through the choice of materials and appearance preserving the atmosphere of the small-town mid 19th century gold rush community from which Nevada City, California grew.
Coverage: Analog and digital FM. See the right side panel. The station is the area's local Emergency Broadcast System. The signal covers the central parts of the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in Northern California, as well as central areas of the Central Valley region around California's state capital, Sacramento.
The station principally serves its community of listeners with eclectic music genres. A substantial number of programming slots are for public affairs programming, educational, scientific, and non-mainstream interviews, local and international news, and alternative points of view on topics of interest to listeners as seen in its online surveys and outreach. Call-ins to most shows are possible on the studio line +1(530) 265 9555 and about a dozen shows a week are exclusively call-in, such as the Flea Market  and Tech show Zen Tech  Nationally syndicated Democracy Now! is currently at 7 p.m. weeknights.
KVMR has over 200 volunteer broadcasters with wide-ranging tastes and expertise, such as but not limited to Jima Abbott, Hap Hazard, Larry Hillberg, Laura Miller, Paul Emery, Skip Alan Smith, Allison Miller, Eric Rice, Michael Keene, Alan Stahler, Paule A. Castro, Anne O’Dea Hestbeck, Len Gorsky, poet Molly Fisk, Dave & Linda Breninger, Jerianne Van Dijk, Jim "Winfield" Wilson, and Mikail Graham . U Utah Phillips formerly produced "Loafer's Glory" from this station before his passing in 2008.
There is also a large cadre of event and office volunteers and a small staff. Funding comes from listeners, underwriters, events, donations, and grants. KVMR's radio shows are largely its own productions engineered by the many certified broadcaster themselves — relatively few shows are sourced outside the station, in contrast to most public radio stations.
Local and world nightly news, currently at 6 p.m., has been produced and aired for over 15 years. The station itself officially produces and broadcasts the area's annual local Celtic Festival  and broadcasts for other producers some of the many live events in the area like Center for the Arts and the annual California World Fest
- Official Website
- Query the FCC's FM station database for KVMR
- Radio-Locator information on KVMR
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KVMR
- Query the FCC's FM station database for K286AN
- KVMR's Broadband Internet Stream
- KVMR's lower rate Internet Stream