|Broadcast area||Flagstaff-Prescott, Arizona|
|Slogan||Arizona’s Adult Alternative|
|First air date||1999 (as KLOD)|
|Format||Adult Album Alternative|
|HAAT||437.0 meters (1,433.7 ft)|
|Callsign meaning||K Voice of Northern Arizona|
|Former callsigns||KLOD (1999-2005)|
|Owner||Yavapai Broadcasting Corporation|
|Sister stations||KKLD, KQST, KVNA (AM), KVRD-FM, KYBC|
KVNA-FM (100.1 FM, "100.One") is a commercial radio station in Flagstaff, Arizona broadcasting an Adult Album Alternative format. It is one of six radio stations in the Flagstaff-Prescott region of Northern Arizona owned by the Yavapai Broadcasting Corporation.
In the Summer of 1999, 100.1 MHz signed on broadcasting the syndicated LoudRadio hard rock format. The original call letters KLOD, were branded to launch the new Active Rock programming. KLOD was the first station in the United States to broadcast an online commercial radio network. LoudRadio was launched by veteran broadcaster Guy Guiliano, via the Napa, California-based eMusic company.
In the Spring of 2001, the format was changed to Smooth Jazz branded as The Cat. The new format was programmed by veteran entertainer Robert Shields. The format lasted less than one year as programming was changed to Hot Adult Contemporary branded as Star 100.1.
On January 1, 2005, the format was changed to Adult Contemporary and branded as Sunny FM adopting the format that was formerly on 97.5 FM which moved to Dewey-Humboldt to serve the Phoenix area. For more information, see KMVA.
On December 30th, 2014, at midnight, the "Sunny" Adult Contemporary format moved to KVNA 600 AM, along with its FM translator station on 104.7, while 100.1 FM flipped to Adult Album Alternative music, branded as "100.One, Arizona's Adult Alternative". The first song on 100.One, according to the online playlist, was I'm Not the Only One by Sam Smith.
- 100.One KVNA-FM official website
- Query the FCC's FM station database for KVNA
- Radio-Locator information on KVNA
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KVNA
- LoudRadio Debuts | Arizona Daily Sun
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