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Kdgl

KDGL
City of license Yucca Valley, California
Broadcast area Coachella Valley
Branding The Eagle 106.9
Slogan Coachella Valley's Classic Hits Music Station
Frequency 106.9 MHz
Repeaters 106.9 KDGL-FM1 (Palm Springs)
First air date 1988 (as KROR)
Format Classic Hits
ERP 4,000 watts
HAAT 418 meters
Class B
Facility ID 14058
Former callsigns KROR (1984-1994)
KNWZ-FM (1994-1996)
KSES (1996-1998)
KYOR-FM (2/1998-3/1998)
KYOR (1998-2004)
Owner Morris Communications
Webcast Listen Live
Website theeagle1069.com

KDGL (106.9 FM, "The Eagle") is a classic Hits /classic rock station serving the Coachella Valley and Morongo Basin markets of inland Southern California. Artists featured on the station include Aerosmith, The Beatles, Boston (band), Jim Croce, The Eagles, Foreigner, Billy Joel, Elton John, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Fleetwood Mac, Styx, The Steve Miller Band, and many others.

KDGL's studios are located at 1321 North Gene Autry Trail in Palm Springs, California. KDGL's main transmitter is located on the southeast corner of Yucca Valley, California, just north of Joshua Tree National Park.

External links

  • KDGL Website
  • KDGL Transmitter Location (Google Maps)
  • KDGL-FM1 Booster Location (Google Maps)
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for KDGL
  • Radio-Locator information on KDGL
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KDGL
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for KDGL-FM1
  • REC Broadcast Query for KDGL


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