KLVB

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KLVB
KLOVE 2014.svg
CityCitrus Heights, California
Broadcast areaSacramento metropolitan area
BrandingK-LOVE
Slogan"Positive and Encouraging"
Frequency99.5 MHz
Translator(s)K236BQ (95.1 MHz, Carmichael)
First air dateApril 15, 2008
FormatContemporary Christian
ERP3,300 watts
HAAT137 meters
ClassA
Facility ID70676
AffiliationsK-LOVE
OwnerEMF Broadcasting
(Educational Media Foundation)
Sister stationsKARA (FM), KCAI
WebcastListen Live
Websitewww.klove.com

KLVB is a radio station serving the Sacramento metropolitan area with the Contemporary Christian format K-Love. It broadcasts on FM frequency 99.5 MHz and is owned and operated by the Educational Media Foundation Broadcasting, based in nearby Rocklin, California.

EMF re-launched KLVS in mid-April 2008 to serve the Sacramento area after moving the station in from Grass Valley, but on May 28, it went silent after the Federal Aviation Administration voiced concern over the new 358-foot radio tower the station built in El Dorado Hills. Although the tower had all the necessary approvals from the FCC, the FAA said those approvals should not have been given without its input.[1] EMF has worked out the technical issues and returned now KLVB to the air in July 2012.

HD Radio[edit]

KLVB broadcasts 2 HD subchannels on 99.5 HD 2 and 99.5 HD 3 airing the Air 1 and K-Love Classics formats respectively.

References[edit]

  • "K-Love's 99.5 in Sacramento goes off air by FAA order". Radio-Info.com. June 3, 2008.

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Coordinates: 38°38′53″N 121°05′51″W / 38.648056°N 121.097500°W / 38.648056; -121.097500