Basic Radio Station Information

Wild 102.9

KWYL 102.9 FM

Today's Hottest Hits

City of License:
South Lake Tahoe, CA

Format:
Rhythmic CHR

Market:
Reno, NV

Live Stream:
http://www.iheart.com/live/5347

Owner:
Cumulus Media (Radio License Holding Cbc, LLC)

KWYL is an FM radio station broadcasting at 102.9 MHz. The station is licensed to South Lake Tahoe, CA and is part of the Reno, NV radio market. The station airs rhythmic chr programming and goes by the name "Wild 102.9" on the air with the slogan "Today's Hottest Hits". KWYL is owned by Cumulus Media.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

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By: Douglas Johnson on September 2, 2014

I like your music I am we married my husband and I like you to be there for me
By: Rebecca on June 26, 2015

play drag me down by one direction, and she's kinda hot by 5 seconds of summer please! :)
By: Destiny on August 9, 2015

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