KLAM-AM offers news and information with a hometown blend of Country and Classic Rock at AM-1450.
KCDV-FM shuffles great songs from the 70s up through today at 100.9 FM.
KLAM hosts our top information programming
KLAM is Cordova's original radio station. It signed on for the first time on May 2nd, 1954 under the care of local broadcaster Chuck Buck. The call sign came from Cordova's reputation for being the Clam Capital of the World. Even though the big quake in 1964 destroyed the local clam beds, the name of KLAM is still a treasured part of Cordova's history.
On April 19th, 1997 Bayview Communications had the honor of giving Cordova something it hadn't had since 1954 -- a brand new radio station. KCDV -- 100.9 -- The Eagle. This new station became Cordova's first local FM, and gave the town its first opportunity to hear radio in crisp, clear, high fidelity stereo.
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112 Forestry Way, Cordova, Alaska 99574, United States
Phone: (907) 424-3796 Fax: (907) 424-3737 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org KLAM Public Inspection File https://publicfiles.fcc.gov/am-profile/klam KCDV Public Inspection File https://publicfiles.fcc.gov/fm-profile/kcdv