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89.1 FM, Scottsbluff

City of License: Scottsbluff, NE

First Air Date: 2008

Operating Power: 1,400 watts

Original Call Letters: KDAI

Format: Religious

Issued To: Educational Media Foundation

Through the Years

  • 1999

    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.

  • 2007

    July 23, 2007- Construction permit acquired by Educational Media Foundation (Rocklin, CA).  Call letters changed to KDAI.

  • 2008

    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.