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KGGI
KGGI-FM.png
City of license Riverside, California
Broadcast area Riverside-San Bernardino, California
Branding 99.1 KGGI
Slogan The IE's Hottest Music
Frequency 99.1 (MHz) (also on HD Radio)
Format KGGI: Rhythmic Top 40
KGGI-HD2: Rhythmic Oldies
ERP 2,550 watts
HAAT 562 meters
Class B
Facility ID 10135
Callsign meaning GG = 99
I = 1. The letters, GGI, with the G in lowercase, looks similar to 99.1
Owner Clear Channel
Sister stations KDIF, KKDD, KMYT, KTDD, KTMQ
Webcast Listen Live
Website www.991kggifm.com

KGGI is a commercial radio station in Riverside, California, broadcasting to the Riverside-San Bernardino, California area on 99.1 FM. The station airs a Rhythmic Top 40 music format owned by Clear Channel Communications.

The signal of the station can be heard in areas adjacent to the Inland Empire region; sensitive radio tuners such as car radios in cities as far west as Santa Monica, down south to San Diego and has reached towards Palm Springs.

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History

KGGI aired a country music format prior to 1979 with the call letters KBBL. The original chief engineer, who signed KGGI on the air, was Lee McGowan. The original airstaff included program director Brian White, along with Bob West, Lisa Giles, Dan Harrison, Cliff Roberts, and Benny Martinez. The original station staff, including these DJs, are coming together for a 30-year reunion of 99-1 in July, 2009. The consultant who crafted the station's original format was Jerry Clifton. KGGI aired a Top 40 music format that evolved into the Rhythmic Top 40 music format of today.

Airstaff

Morning Show: Jeff Pope and Evelyn Erives
Middays: KC (Music Director)
Afternoons: Jesse Duran (Program Director)
Nights: ODM
Overnights / Weekends: Nick Nack, Five Cent, Freddy Rivera,Vinn Dogg, Jomo, Diana Wehbe, Art Laboe, Angel Baby
Mixers: Mr. Swiff (Mix Show Coordinator), DJ Seph, DJ Rockafella, DJ Delvin, DJ I-Rocc.

Street Team

The KGGI Street team is the Promotions Team that goes out on the streets of Inland Empire and promotes the radio station and it's advertising partners to the city, specifically targeting urban Latina 18 - 24. The KGGI street consists of two street team members, and is sometimes partnered with a disc jocky. They are also there to help when there are live broadcasts that consist of the on-air jocks and/or mixers.

The current street team consist of: Kevin McCoy(Promotions Director), Nicky Cole(Part-time Jock), Greg Holla, Big Mas Tomas(Part-time Jock), Josh, Millhouse, Chrissy, Dj Acer(weekend mixer),and Lotto.

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