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City Dunsmuir, California
Broadcast area Dunsmuir / Redding / Mount Shasta / Yreka
Branding Z100fm
The Z-Channel
Slogan Northern California's Home of the Classics
Frequency 100.1 MHz
First air date 1995
Format Classic hits (6AM-6PM)
Classic rock (6PM-6AM)
ERP 12,500 watts
HAAT 71 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 21223
Callsign meaning Z Channel RadiO
Former callsigns KRKD (1992-1994, CP)
Owner Big Tree Communications
Webcast Listen Live on Windows Media
Listen Live on MP4aac Shoutcast

KZRO Radio 100.1 (also known as Z100fm or The Z-Channel) is a classic hits/classic rock formatted station based in Mount Shasta, California (city of license is Dunsmuir, California). The owner, general manager, program director and lead on-air talent is Dennis Michaels.

The station, with the slogan "We're in it for the music, not the money," features only two commercial breaks per hour 24 hours on weekdays and 25 hours of weekend syndicated programming, including the Pink Floyd show Floydian Slip.

Morning show features goofy stories, daily featured listener emails, requests, Dick Clark's Music Calendar, Prime Comedy Cut, Stupid News, NBC News Radio and more. It used to be a CNN News Radio affiliate.

KZRO has been granted a construction permit by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to upgrade to Class C1 at a new transmitter site. The effective radiated power will increase to 31,000 watts and the antenna height above average terrain will increase to 193 meters. This will cover nearly 225,000 persons in the Redding, California Arbitron radio market. The station covers 195,000 persons in five counties throughout its 24,000-square-mile (62,000 km2) coverage area.

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Coordinates: 40°54′23″N 121°49′43″W / 40.9063°N 121.8286°W / 40.9063; -121.8286