89.1 FM, Scottsbluff
First Air Date: 2008
Operating Power: 1,400 watts
Original Call Letters: KDAI
Issued To: Educational Media Foundation
Through the Years
June, 1999- Construction permit is authorized to Broadcasting for the Challenged (Memphis, TN, George S. Finn, President) seeking 89.1 Scottsbluff with 100,000 watts at 249 feet with call letters KKSB.
July 23, 2007- Construction permit acquired by Educational Media Foundation (Rocklin, CA). Call letters changed to KDAI.
January, 2008- Construction permit modified to 1,200 wats at 125 feet.
April, 2008- Construction permit modified to 1,400 watts at 151 feet.
May, 2008- Construction permit modified to 1,949 watts at 1551 feet.
Sign on, using 1,400 watts at 151 feet. Programming: Air-1 network, which translator K218DL had been carrying. Transmitter location: 9 miles West of Scottsbluff in Scottsbluff County 2 miles south of junction of Nebraska Highway 92 and South Mitchell Road.