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KKLI
City of license Widefield, Colorado
Broadcast area Colorado Springs
Branding K-Lite 106.3
Slogan Continuous Soft Favorites
Frequency 106.3 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date 1988
Format Soft Adult Contemporary
ERP 1,600 Watts
Class C2
Facility ID 67187
Transmitter coordinates 38°44′41″N 104°51′46″W / 38.74472°N 104.86278°W / 38.74472; -104.86278
Callsign meaning K-Lite (slogan)
Former callsigns KKQX (1986-1988)
Owner Clear Channel Communications
Sister stations KVUU, KIBT, KCCY, KDZA-FM
Website kkli.com

KKLI (106.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Soft Adult Contemporary format. Licensed to Widefield, Colorado, USA, it serves the Colorado Springs area. The station is currently owned by Clear Channel Communications.

History

KKLI signed on in the mid 1980's as KKQX, broadcasting a Soft Rock format.

The station was owned by Colorado Springs radio veteran Henry Tippie (d/b/a Tippie Communications, Inc.) in the early 1990's. Following deregulation in 1996, Citadel Broadcasting in Colorado Springs (then KKFM and KKMG) acquired the station.

In a multi-station swap deal, KKLI was sold in 1999 to Triathlon Broadcasting, which was absorbed into Clear Channel Communications.

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