KXLY Radio Group is changing some of their local radio stations. However, rest assured KXLY's major stations, including 92.9 ZZU , will stay with the same format and frequency. Here is what's different-
100.3 FM becomes " Spokane's first FM news / talk radio station "
100.3 is now an FM broadcast of the strongly conservative leaning news / talk station KXLY AM. 100.3 had been a low power translator of their country station, 99.9 Coyote Country. KXLY AM also remains on the air on the AM dial at 920 AM.
Kootenai FM launches, giving North Idaho a new local radio station
Because of the close proximity to Spokane, Kootenai County has been underserved by local radio. But, that's changing as KXLY Radio Group has transferred it's 92.5 FM translator station into a separate radio station called 92.5 Kootenai FM , which will act as station geared toward Coeur d' Alene and North Idaho.
92.5 had been a translator of 92.9 KZZU prior to the Kootenai FM launch. Kootenai FM is also broadcast on 1080 AM , KVNI AM which had been broadcasting the ESPN Radio Network will also air Kootenai Fm. ESPN Radio was and is, also broadcast on 700 AM in Spokane.
92.5 Kootenai FM hit the airwaves on Nov 17th with a format of Holiday music. After the holidays, Kootenai FM will switch too Top 40 and 80's hit music. It was also be hyper locally focus airing local high school sports and University of Idaho sports games.
The station will also be available to stream live online via the radio stations new web site at www.kootenaifm.com