KCDA
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Broadcast areaSpokane-Coeur d'Alene
Frequency103.1 MHz (HD Radio)
Branding103.1 KCDA
Programming
FormatHot adult contemporary
SubchannelsHD2: Country "Women of iHeart Country"
Ownership
Owner
KISC, KKZX, KFOO-FM, KZFS, KQNT
History
First air date
June 29, 1979 (as KIOB)
Former call signs
KIOB (1979–1983)
Call sign meaning
Coeur D'Alene
Technical information
Facility ID57625
ClassC1
ERP18,500 watts
HAAT531 meters
Links
WebcastListen live (via iHeartRadio)
Website1031kcda.iheart.com

KCDA is a hot adult contemporary outlet owned by iHeartMedia. The station offers up a mix of familiar new music with less talk. Its city of license is Post Falls, Idaho, and it serves the Spokane area at a frequency of 103.1 MHz and an effective radiated power of 18.5 kW.

History

KCDA was a country music station from 1991 until its flip to its current format in 1999.

After KEZE flipped from AAA to Rhythmic CHR in 2012, KCDA added more Adult Alternative product, becoming a hybrid of Hot AC/AAA. Recently, KCDA went back to a straight forward hot AC format. KCDA has been Spokane's home for American Top 40 with Ryan Seacrest since sister station KPXR flipped back to country. They are now alternative KFOO-FM. KCDA competes with 92.9 ZZU.

Coordinates: 47°34′52″N 117°17′49″W / 47.581°N 117.297°W / 47.581; -117.297