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KCDX (103.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting from Globe, Arizona to the east of Phoenix since March 2002 with a commercial-free rock music format. The KCDX listening area is primarily the eastern half of the Phoenix metropolitan region.
The KCDX signal can also be picked up in the northern suburbs of Tucson.
It is also simulcast on local PBS station KAET digital channel 8.5.
The main office and studio complex is located in Tempe (east suburban Phoenix) at the flagship location of Rio Salado College. The station's nickname is a play on the name of composer Johann Sebastian Bach.
It is fully automated, has no DJs and does not play any commercial announcements other than its own station identification.
The station now has a website with a live Internet feed and a rolling playlist. If approved, the signal upgrade would include new areas of Mesa, Apache Junction and N Tucson in the coverage area. Tucker has remained quiet about the ultimate fate of the station, and seems to have a history of "flipping" properties, so it has been suggested that he may simply be creating value to promote its sale.
On 08/10/2000, Tucker filed a Minor Change to a Licensed Facility Application with the FCC to move the main transmitter to a mountain NW of Oracle, AZ. The growth of KCDX's popularity induced him to duplicate the signal on the 36-kilowatt transmitter of 95.1 KFMR northwest of Phoenix in order to maintain its broadcast license while a sale of that station was pending.
Broadcasting on 99.1 FM, KFXY-LP is owned by San Tan Educational Media and carries an classic country format known as Coyote Country 99.1.
The original construction permit specified operation on 106.7 MHz, but this was soon changed to the current 99.1 because of severe interference from KKMR on 106.5.
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