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For the airport in Connellsville, Pennsylvania, assigned the ICAO code KVVS, see Connellsville Airport.

City of license Rosamond, California
Broadcast area Antelope Valley
Branding KIIS-FM (simulcast)
Frequency 105.5 MHz
First air date 1988
Format Top 40
ERP 6,000 watts
HAAT 94.0 meters
Class A
Facility ID 49950
Transmitter coordinates

34°51′3.00″N 118°9′22.00″W / 34.8508333°N 118.1561111°W / 34.8508333; -118.1561111

Callsign meaning KVVS (similar to KIIS)
Former callsigns KCRP(2/14/83-1/21/85)
Owner Clear Channel Communications
(CC Licenses LLC)
Sister stations KSRY
Webcast Listen live

KVVS (105.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Top 40 format as a simulcast of 102.7 KIIS-FM in Los Angeles, California. KVVS is licensed to Rosamond, California, USA, it serves the Antelope Valley area. The station is owned by Clear Channel Communications.


105.5 FM signed on in 1988 as a Christian Talk station known as KAVC. The format lasted until 1998, when KAVC was moved to 1340 AM in Mojave, California. 105.5 changed call letters to KOSS and started a new Adult Contemporary format as 105.5 The Oasis. As time went on, Oasis began to lean more toward Hot AC. In December 2007, Oasis 105.5's air staff was dismissed and 97.7's simulcast of KIIS was moved to 105.5, the KVVS call letters were moved to 105.5 as well. The KOSS call letters made their way up to 97.7 in Mojave, which became the new home to KTPI-FM. The KTPI call letters resided at 103.1 in Tehachapi until January 2, 2008 when they were moved to 97.7 and the KOSS call letters moved to 103.1 FM for a brief time until their call letters were changed to KSRY and 103.1 became a simulcast of Star 98.7.

KTLW's flagship station 88.9 leases tower space on KVVS's tower. Antelecom also leases space on KVVS's tower for their wireless broadband service.


KVVS is a simulcast of KIIS-FM ("102.7 KIIS-FM") in Los Angeles. Notable weekday programming includes On Air with Ryan Seacrest with Ryan Seacrest & Ellen K. and Manny Guevara "On the Streets" on mornings, Sisanie Reategui on mid-days, afternoon drive with BoyToy Jesse Lozano, and the #1 Night show: JoJo On the Radio with JoJo Wright, Karli from the Block, and TJ The Stuntman, overnights are hosted by Dave Styles.

Notable weekend hosts include Damien Fahey, Dave Styles, Frankie V, and Chuey Martinez. KIIS FM on-air mixers include DJ Drew, Alex Dreamz, & Triple XL

Syndicated programming includes Fox All-Access hosted by former KIIS DJ Chris Leary, followed by American Top 40 with Ryan Seacrest airs on Sunday mornings.

In November 2008, DJ Skee launched a new music show with KIIS FM airing Sunday nights.

Friday Night Party with DJ Alex Dreamz in the mix & call in's from Chris Martinez

External links

  • KIIS-FM official website
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for KVVS
  • Radio-Locator information on KVVS
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KVVS

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