KDRT moves to 95.7 and gets a new website!

KDRT has moved down the radio dial from 101.5FM to 95.7FM!

Thanks to everyone for your support.  We couldn't have done it without you.

We've also changed our website.  You can now listen to us online from anywhere in the world!

What folks are saying:

Driving east on Fifth Street about 4:30 yesterday afternoon, I sighted a big tower on our roof. Shiny and new, a homespun KDRT flag flew proudly from it. I'd been at the station earlier, left to attend Dr. G's lovely Tea & Tango event, and drove back to find it done. Seeing it--that tangible symbol of our station, our work, our community--I let out a big whoop. Think I scared the guy in the car next to me. :)

Made me very, very happy to see it. Thank you everyone who showed up, participated, supported, etc. I have a new pre-set in my car as of last night--KDRT-LP, 95.7 FM!! Long live grassroots radio.

-Autumn Labbe Renault - Davis Media Access Executive Director

It takes a community to raise an antennae tower!

Here's to many more years of the mightiest low power station in Davis.

Ron Cotterel - KDRT Programmer

Duval & Speck: KDRT supporters and more!

Live Tracks Local Music Spotlight 2007 : Duval Speck Friends of KDRT, Linda Duval & Cathy Speck, to perform at Common Grounds, Women's Music Nite, March 31st
  • what: Women's Music Nite concert
  • who: Featuring Rita Hosking, Duval Speck and Mary Madison
  • when: Saturday, March 31th from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.
  • where: Common grounds, 2171 Cowell Blvd., Davis, CA.

Local Artist Spotlight Summer 2006: Bill Scholer Blues Band

Jim Buchanan, host of KDRT's weekly show, "Live Tracks" appreciates the energy and spontaneity of live music. He considers himself lucky to have been on hand recording at the E Street Plaza in Davis on the night of June 10, 2005, when the fabulous Bill Scholer Blues Band "rocked the house"! Jim engineered that recording into a 14 track CD that features Bill Scholer, and band mates Craig Faria, Dale Lyberger, Jim Monroe, and special guest Mike "The Blues Professor" Henderson, that is available through KDRT.

Frequency change

KDRT-LP to remain on air- Frequency change to 95.7 FM & streaming are coming soon!

Davis Media Access (DMA) announced today that its 18-month battle to keep low-power radio station KDRT on the air had come to a "mostly satisfactory" conclusion.

"The Federal Communications Commission found a way to squeeze us in, instead of squeeze us out"