Radio Station Information

KJIV 96.5 FM

City of License:
Madras, OR

Openskyradio Corp.

KJIV is an FM radio station broadcasting at 96.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Madras, OR.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

I sort of stumbled across 96.5 the other day and boy was I surprised. You guys have the best radio station in central Oregon by far. And your music director has great taste in music. Keep it up.
By: Buddy Mays on December 18, 2018

I have only been living in Central Oregon for 2 1/2 years now and I never did find any good FM stations. All seem to play the same top 10 stuff. Stumbled on KDOI yesterday and was very pleased with there format. Every song is way different than the one just played before. This is a great station with very clean audio, noise floor is super low and flat. I listen to KDOI through my old Marantz 2010 tuner and old JBL SA-600 amp. Sweet sound. Thanks.
By: Mark Jung on June 30, 2019

Just discovered accidently KJIV from Grizzly Mtn (I live in NW Powell Butte, OR) For many years the only jazz that could be received in central ORegon was from a secondary audio PBS product. I only have over the air tv with a huge digital antenna on my house. I tune to 3.4 (OPB Bend PBS radio station. I choose the 3rd audio program at 3.4, which is KMHD 24/7 Jazz from Portland Community College in Gresham, OR. Every Friday nite I'm up all listening to "Blue Before Sunrise with Steve Cushing from Chicago, IL" And every Saturday nite I listen from 10 pm until early in the morning to a favorite kind of music-----Funk. Why can't other people do Funk. You can understand all the words because Funk is annunciated so well. But my favorite is The Blues and KJIV has a lot of that. BUT, KJIV is awesome. I love Swing Country and KJIV has that and all kinds of great foot-tapping music, even Swing Era music (Benny Goodman, Louis Prima, etc. from the 1930's thru late 1940's). Now I have two super radio stations to listen to. For Classical, 88.5 = Eugene = OSU and now For eclectic mix with no interruptions, no stating of what's being played----all you have to do is go to the KJIV website to see the name of what's being played (and I can listen to KJIV while on my laptop). Thanks folks for swell Blues, music from the 60's, old Rock n Roll-----it's all swingin'.
By: RJ Ralston on December 2, 2019

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