Radio Station Information
City of License:
California City, CA
High Desert Broadcasting LLC
KMVE is an FM radio station broadcasting at 106.9 MHz. The station is licensed to California City, CA. The station airs classic hits music programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Why can't I listen to your station on-line without attaching a tool bar to my internet. I'm a truck driver and I'm always going through A.V as soon as I hit Acton. I would like to listen to your station at home in San
Bernardino but I don't wan a lot of tool bars messing up my computer.
By: Bill on October 20, 2014
A good mix of hits from the 60's, 70's, and 80's while not too many commercials.
By: John on June 23, 2015
I'm looking for a disc jockey who worked at your radio station and whose first name is Charlie. What I would like to know is his last name. I moved from Cal City nearly 15 years ago to Tehachapi and then to Howell, MI. Any information on Charlie's last name or his whereabouts would be greatly appreciated. I'm a totally disabled Vietnam vet and am trying to get in touch with all those with whom I considered myself a friend.
By: Earl Prottengeier on July 12, 2018
Did you change your number from 106.9 to 106.3? I have 106.9 in my radio's listing of stations I listen to , but during commercials it's says they are 109.3. Right now all they are playing is Christmas music, which is fine, but I want my Oldies music..Thank you, Pam
By: Pam on November 26, 2018
Did you change your number from 106.9 to 106.3? When I listen to 106.9 it is 106.3 which I think they called Kmix. Where is the oldies classic station 106.9 now? I would like the new number so I can program my car radio. Thank you
By: Debbie on January 9, 2019
same question as Debbie from jan 9 2019.last time I drove thru i could only get kmix what gives?
By: Dennis Monahan on March 7, 2019
The station changed after Christmas of 2018. Now it's just a duplicate of 106.3 FM. You can switch between them to hear it's identical. Waste of airwaves, only two clicks apart from each other.
By: Thomas on April 14, 2020
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