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CityCordova, Alaska
Broadcast areaSouth Central Alaska
Frequency100.9 MHz
BrandingThe Eagle
Slogan100.9 The Eagle
FormatAdult contemporary
OwnerBayview Communications Inc.
First air date
April 19, 1997
Technical information
Facility ID56492
ERP1,200 watts
HAAT-127 meters
Transmitter coordinates
60°32′19.1″N 145°45′43.2″W / 60.538639°N 145.762000°W / 60.538639; -145.762000

KCDV, The Eagle, is a commercial adult contemporary music radio station in Cordova, Alaska, United States, broadcasting on 100.9 FM. The station started broadcasting on April 19, 1997 under the management of Bayview Communications. KCDV plays a mix of music from the 1980s and onwards.[1]


Before KCDV started broadcasting in 1997, the main station in the Cordova area was KLAM AM, broadcasting a range of genres including 80's, classic rock and country, along with news and sport.[1]


The station broadcasts on 100.9 FM at 970 watts with a range of approximately 27 miles. KCDV broadcasts in high fidelity stereo.[1]


  1. ^ a b c "100.9 FM KCDV". Retrieved 2018-01-03.

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