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City Cortaro, Arizona
Broadcast area Tucson area
Slogan The Voice
Frequency 1030 (kHz)
First air date 1990
Format Talk
Power 10,000 watts (Day)
1,000 watts (Night)
Class B
Facility ID 13969
Transmitter coordinates 32°20′51.00″N 111°4′19.00″W / 32.3475000°N 111.0719444°W / 32.3475000; -111.0719444
Callsign meaning K VOIce
Former callsigns KEVT (1990–2007)
KCEE (2007-2009)
Owner Good News Communications
Sister stations KCEE
Website www.kvoi.com

KVOI (1030 AM) is a commercial radio station located in Tucson, Arizona, broadcasting to the Tucson, Arizona area. AM. KVOI airs news/talk programming. Previously, the station broadcast at 690 kHz until a 2009 frequency swap with KCEE.

Programs on KVOI include: Dennis Miller, Dennis Prager, Wake Up Tucson, Bill Buckmaster, John C. Scott, Mike Huckabee, Herman Cain, Michael Savage, Michael Medved, and Hugh Hewitt.


The station went on the air as KEVT on March 7, 1990. On January 11, 2007, the station changed its call sign to KCEE. On July 1, 2009, the station swapped formats and call signs with 690 AM in Tucson, becoming KVOI.[1]


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