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First of all, thanks for supporting K-LOVE! Our online directory is how we share this info. There are two types of listings: Standard and Featured. Featured Listing: These are businesses that have donated at certain levels and are acknowledged on the air. If your business is interested in donating to K-LOVE and having your donation acknowledged on-air, contact our Business Development Department at 1-800-525-5683 to learn more about these partnerships. Standard Listing: A donor on behalf of a business, donating to K-LOVE. These donations are made online through the donation form and donor must choose the option to have their business displayed on the Business Page. A minimum $100.00 donation is required per month to have your business displayed. A one-time donation of $1200.00 allows your business to display the entire year to the Business Page. To get started on making a donation on behalf of your business, click here. If you have more questions, feel free to contact us
Yes! To set this up, be sure to check the box “Sign me up as a Business or Organization Account” and follow the prompts for your listing. Just make your qualifying pledge and your listing will be added the same day. If you need any help along the way, give us a call at 1-800-525-LOVE (5683).
Right now, we list businesses under just one category. Choose the category that you feel is really the best fit. If you don't see a category that describes your business, let us know. In our next release, we might be able to add some new additions. Just send your recommendations to klove@klove.com.
Our online directory is just a click away and every business listed is a supporter. You can also help spread the word by telling your customers about K-LOVE.
It sounds like you've heard an announcement developed by our Business Development Department. Yes, there is a separate way to let our tens of thousands of radio listeners know about your business. It's the equivalent of business underwriting on public radio and television. It calls for investment levels similar to local radio advertising. The benefit of this is called the "halo effect" because the audience hears your message in the K-LOVE Positive and Encouraging environment. Without actually saying it, it says you believe in them. There is also an opportunity for online exposure through ads on klove.com and other online outlets. You can contact this team by calling 1-800-525-5683.
When you make or update your business gift through My Account, you can check that you'd like to share your story or comment. If it's a fit for our website, we'd love to include it.
Yes! You can create both from My Account or give us a call at 1-800-525-LOVE (5683) and we can help. Keep in mind that you will need separate login email addresses for each account that you set up.
Thanks for reaching out to your local area, that's awesome! Just click directory and search by zip code or category to get a list of K-LOVE business supporters in your area. Be sure to mention K-LOVE! It's a great way to connect!
New businesses are joining all the time. Be sure to check back! If you have friends that have businesses, feel free to help spread the word.
We encourage listeners to support businesses that support K-LOVE. However, listings are not official endorsements.
The online directory is public information, however, we respectfully ask that our visitors do not solicit their businesses.
We love to meet our listeners! We give tours at our headquarters located in Rocklin, CA. Please call Listener Services at (800) 525-LOVE to schedule a visit. We are not able to provide tours in our regional offices or remote studios, however.
Each radio station is required by the Federal Communications Commission to have a 4-letter call sign, such as KLVP or KRDG, etc. Radio stations west of the Mississippi River start with the letter "K" and those east of the river start with "W". K-LOVE is a network of contemporary Christian stations and each affiliate in our network has their own official call sign. However, we felt the network as a whole needed one identification. K-LOVE was chosen because the "K" indicates we are a radio network that originated west of the Mississippi River. The "LOVE" portion of our name indicates we are broadcasting a message of God's love and forgiveness for all.
The FCC has granted a main studio waiver so that the public file for each of the K-LOVE stations can be found at: 5793 Skylane Blvd., Suite B, Windsor, CA 95492
Click on one of the links on the left for more information about K-LOVE. K-LOVE is also proud to highlight our ministry partners on our website. These organizations share K-LOVE’s goal of spreading the gospel message but in their own unique way.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulates all broadcast signals in the United States, imposing strict regulations on where a station can broadcast from and at how much power. Every signal is limited by these regulations in order to avoid interference with other signals. In most cases, increasing the signal strength of one of our signals would cause interference with other signals. Many of our signals are low-powered translators, which means they do not cover as large an area as full-power stations. Because of FCC rules, stations take precedence over translators. Therefore, if a translator causes interference with a station, it has to be taken off the air.
A signal may be off the air for several reasons. Often a translator must be taken off the air due to interference (see above question), technical issues such as a malfunctioning antenna or defective receiver, or extreme weather conditions such as high winds and heavy snow. We are usually aware of these outages since most of our signals are equipped with remote controls that report when a signal is off the air. However, even with the best technology, those systems occasionally break down. If your local signal has been down for an extended period of time, please contact us.
Due to the complicated nature of building new stations and translators, we found announcing them as they are completed to be more accurate than predicting when a new station will be up and running. Station reception issues are also ever-changing by nature and we prefer to provide this information to listeners who inquire rather than risk posting inaccurate and outdated information.
To find a K-LOVE station in your area, just visit our online station list.
Even though we would love to have a signal in every city in America, several factors determine whether we are able to put a signal in a particular area. The main factor is the availability of frequencies. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulates all broadcast frequencies in the United States. Currently, most markets do not have any frequencies available. One option we have is to buy an existing high-powered station, but most of these stations sell for millions of dollars, a price generally out of K-LOVE's reach. Building low-powered stations (called translators, because they "translate" from one frequency to another) is also an option. Though translators do not cover as large an area as a full-power station, they still provide usable service. Unfortunately, the FCC has not accepted new translator applications for a number of years. In March 2003, the FCC opened a opportunity for new translator applications. We filed close to 900 applications and were granted over 250. Those translators have been built, but the FCC is not currently accepting applications for new ones. Because full-power stations take priority over translators, if an existing translator causes interference with another full-power station (even a new station), the translator must be removed. Even with permission from the FCC, a station or translator can still take years to build. FCC and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations, availability of land and tower space, local zoning laws, EPA restrictions and even weather can affect the timetable of building a signal or make it impossible to build.
We began negotiating for air time on both XM Radio and Sirius Satellite Radio before they launched their first satellites. Unfortunately, satellite radio does not appear to be a viable option for K-LOVE at this time.