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KVLI
CityLake Isabella, California
BrandingNewstalk 1140
Frequency1140 kHz
First air dateJuly 15, 1977
FormatNews/talk
Power1,000 watts daytime only
ClassD
Facility ID35857
Transmitter coordinates35°37′56.00″N 118°28′31.00″W / 35.6322222°N 118.4752778°W / 35.6322222; -118.4752778
Former callsignsKVLI (1978-1997)
KQAB (1997-2011)
AffiliationsABC Radio, Premiere Radio Networks, Salem Communications
OwnerCraig Lutz and Patricia Lutz
(Alta Sierra Broadcasting LLC)
Websitekernriverradio.com

KVLI (1140 AM) is a commercial radio station that is licensed to Lake Isabella, California, United States. The station, a 1,000-watt daytimer, is owned by Craig and Patricia Lutz, through licensee Alta Sierra Broadcasting LLC, and broadcasts a news/talk format. KVLI features programming from ABC Radio, Premiere Radio Networks, and Salem Communications.

History

KVLI first signed on July 15, 1977. It featured a variety format that included top 40, middle of the road (MOR), and country music.[1]

In August 2014, Robert J. Bohn and Katherine M. Bohn sold KVLI and sister station KRVQ-FM to Alta Sierra Broadcasting, LLC for $300,000.[2] However, the transaction triggered a complaint to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) which held up the deal for three years. Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa, licensee of KWVE-FM, alleged that a time brokerage agreement (TBA) between the sellers and Alta Sierra constituted an unauthorized transfer of control because KVLI and KRVQ-FM had no staff on premises. The FCC agreed, levying an $8,000 fine against the Bohns in a consent decree.[3] The penalty was later reduced to $6,000, and the sale closed in July 2017.[4]

References

  1. ^ "Directory of Radio Stations in the United States and Canada" (PDF). Broadcasting Yearbook 1978. Broadcasting Publications Inc. 1978. p. C-20. Retrieved January 2, 2019.
  2. ^ "Price For WCCC: $9.5 Million". AllAccess.com. All Access Music Group. August 4, 2014. Retrieved January 2, 2019.
  3. ^ "FCC Fines California Cluster Owner Under Consent Decree, Hits Pirate FM Operator With $20,000 Fine". AllAccess.com. All Access Music Group. March 15, 2017. Retrieved January 2, 2019.
  4. ^ "West Palm Beach FM Translator Sold". AllAccess.com. All Access Music Group. July 6, 2017. Retrieved January 2, 2019.

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