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City Thousand Palms, California
Broadcast area Palm Springs, California
Branding Team 1010
Frequency 1010 kHz
First air date 1961 (as KPSI)
Format Sports
Power 3,600 watts day
400 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 22342
Former callsigns KPSI (1961-?)
KNWZ (1998-2001)
KCMJ (1/2001-8/2001)
KXPS (2001-2004)
KNWT (3/12/2004-3/31/2004)
Affiliations NBC Sports Radio
CBS Sports Radio
Owner CRC Media West
Webcast Listen Live
Website Team1010.com

KXPS, "Team 1010," is an all-sports radio station based in Palm Desert, California, United States. It broadcasts on the 1010 AM frequency.

Its lineup comes from a variety of sources: The Dan Patrick Show from Fox Sports Radio and The Jim Rome Show from CBS Sports Radio, with the remainder of their non-local programming coming from NBC Sports Radio and CBS Sports Radio. The station offers local programming during the weekdays with The Daily Blender from 12p-1p Hosted by Jeffry O'Brien and co-hosted by Heath Scarinci. Pure Sports hosted by Geoff "The Dome" Bloom, which airs from 3p-5p. Team 1010 also carries local weekend programming; "Prep Sports Weekly" hosted by Tyler and Manny, "Golf is a 4 Letter Word" hosted by Françoise Rhodes, and The Moose & Bunny Show.

Play By Play

The station moved ownership from the Desert Radio Group to CRC Media West in 2011 and in the move gained rights to numerous play by play properties in the Coachella Valley. They began airing USC Trojans Football in 2012 as well as Oakland Raiders Football, Los Angeles Clippers Basketball, and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim Baseball (all of which were sports properties on stations owned by R&R Broadcasting. Team 1010 added regular season College Basketball and The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament in 2013. Team 1010 also carries the Prep Sports Game of the Week with Tyler Cantu and Manny Jimenez. Team 1010 carries Monday Night, Thursday Night, and Sunday Night NFL games each season.

Originally launched in 1961 as KPSI 1010AM, it went through different changes under radio stations KCLB/KCHV, KDES, "K-News" (KCMJ) and KREO/KUNA in the 1970s, 80s & 90s would use that AM dial for temporary periods of time.

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Coordinates: 33°50′35″N 116°25′39″W / 33.84306°N 116.42750°W / 33.84306; -116.42750