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KPSI (AM) logo.png
City of license Palm Springs, California
Broadcast area Palm Springs area
Frequency 920 kHz
Format News/Talk
Audience share 1.8, #15 (Fa'07, R&R[1])
Power 1,000 watts
Class B
Facility ID 67355
Transmitter coordinates 33°51′29.00″N 116°29′39.00″W / 33.85806°N 116.49417°W / 33.85806; -116.49417
Former callsigns KKAM (1984-1987)
KDES (1987-1994)
KESQ (1994-1987)
KDES (1987-1994)
Affiliations Los Angeles Dodgers Radio Network
Owner R & R Radio Corporation

KPSI (920 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a News/Talk radio format. Licensed to Palm Springs, California, USA, the station serves the Palm Springs area. The station is currently owned by R & R Radio Corporation.[2]

Its lineup (as of the last website update in September 2006) included Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, a local sports-related show:"Da Coach's Soapbox"(with Rich ["Da Coach"] Gilgallon) and Larry King (via simulcast of Larry King Live on CNN). KPSI was also a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Los Angeles Lakers radio networks. KPSI is owned by R&R Radio Corporation, which also operates two other local stations, KPSI-FM and KXPS.


The station was assigned the call letters KKAM on October 15, 1984 originally on AM 1450 under affiliation with ABC Radio. On August 17, 1987, the station changed its call sign to KDES in turn switched dials to AM 920 and in 1991, switched dials to AM 1400, renamed on June 1, 1994 to KESQ (AM), on November 1, 1995 to KDES, and moved it's news programs & talk shows on September 1, 1997 to the current KPSI.[3]


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