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KGDP
City of license Oildale, California (AM)
Tucson, Arizona (FM)
Frequency 660 kHz (AM)
90.5 MHz (FM)
Format Christian
Audience share 0.4, #27 (Fa'07, R&R[1])
Power 8,000 watts day, 6,000 watts night (AM)
ERP 17,500 watts (FM)
Class B (Both AM and FM)
Facility ID 79035 (FM), 54760 (AM)
Transmitter coordinates 34°57′4.00″N 120°22′38.00″W / 34.95111°N 120.37722°W / 34.95111; -120.37722(AM)
34°44′30.00″N 120°26′45.00″W / 34.74167°N 120.44583°W / 34.74167; -120.44583(FM)
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History

The station went on the air as KGDP on 1987-07-04. On 1989-10-15, the station changed its call sign to KSMI and on 1990-01-22 back to the current KGDP.[2]
KGDP and KGDP-FM ceased all operations on 8-31-08 and have since been sold or are pending sale and licensure to other entities.

Family Life Radio buys KGDP-FM

A Santa Maria Times notices from October 1, 2009, states, "On September 14, 2009 an application was filed with the FCC to assign the license of station KGDP-FM, 90.5 MHz, Santa Maria, California from People of Action to Family Life Broadcasting, Inc." Transaction should be completed in December 2009.

Calvary Media buys KGDP-AM

According to an article in Radio World magazine, Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa, headed by Charles W.(Chuck) Smith, has agreed to acquire former Religious outlet, now dark, KGDP-AM (660)/Santa Maria, CA, from Radio Representatives Inc. for $260,000. The article purports that the AM station is licensed for 8kw day and 6kw night, and throws a signal in nearby Bakersfield. Given heavy skywave signals on AM 660 from KTNN in Window Rock AZ, the comparatively-weak nighttime signal and the distance between Bakersfield and Orcutt, the amount of coverage to the east may be less than advertised.

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