Basic Radio Station Information
City of License:
Palm Springs, CA
Palm Springs, CA
RR (Desert Community College District D/b/acollege Of The Desert)
KCOD is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1450 KHz. The station is licensed to Palm Springs, CA and is part of that radio market. The station airs talk programming. KCOD is owned by RR.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
KPTR, for the most part, has a great progressive talk show lineup. Stephanie Miller, Ed Schultz, Thom Hartmann, Randi Rhodes, and Mike Malloy. Yes I left out Leslie Marshall on purpose. I do not like her. I also do not like James Hill on Saturday. He is not progressive and I do not know why he is on this channel. If I could learn something from him I would listen. Pause for heavy sarcasm to sink in.
But on the whole, this is a great radio station.
By: Mark Levy on December 23, 2012
I have been an avid listener for many years, listened in the pre 0900 time on 920 then would switch to 1450. Please put Ed Schultz back on in the morning and Stefani Miller later in the day. Really enjoy the local news and Steve Kelly in the morning, please put him back in the morning. Perhaps there are other listeners that feel this way.
By: Kathryn Digregorio on April 5, 2013
As a Seattle native and snowbird who travelled south last winter, I was addicted to good talk radio formats because of KTPK 1090.
When I left Seattle, the Seahawks were winning, after the election (aside from some turncoat Democrats) my State was bluer than it had ever been (partly because of KTPK RADIO), pot became legal...if I were gay I would really have been pissed!
But now KTPK progressive talk is history because Seattle just HAD to have another sports talk format...so now KTPR is my lifeline for progressive talk radio.
Palm Springs, you don't know how lucky YOU are! If I can get the online stream to work (and that is a big "IF") I would be listening to KTPR 24/7. Because of this station I have grown to appreciate the Coachella Valley, and everything it has to offer (your local politics are very intersting as well!) If the heat wasn't so hard on my disability I'd be living there year round, only because of KTPR 1450AM in Palm Springs.
By: John Boettner on July 14, 2013
I love listening to this radio station, my only suggestion is remove Steve Kelly's show, he spends most of his time repeating himself.
By: Steven Porter on September 19, 2013
I cannot believe there is not an active progressive radio station in all of Coachella Valley - not able to find it on my radio, I went to 1450 a.m. on the web to see what was happening and the result was a notice that the station is "not currently available." I drive a lot and listen to my car radio - preferring talk radio I'm left with listing to one of at least 5 stations broadcasting Rush Limbaugh within the valley but can't seem to find anything else worth listening to on a.m. I can, and do, go to FM and listen to the NPR/BBC stations but I miss mornings with Stephanie Miller and her crew, among others. What is this all about - I feel we lost our progressive radio right before the election which felt to me conspiratorial.
At any rate, that's my piece. Thanks for letting me vent.
By: Don Folkers on April 10, 2017
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