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KSEG (96.9 FM, "The Eagle") is a classic rock station based in Sacramento, California. The Entercom outlet broadcasts at 96.9 MHz with an ERP of 50 kW. Its studios are located in North Highlands (with a Sacramento address) and its transmitter is near North Sacramento, just outside city limits.

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CitySacramento, California
Broadcast areaSacramento, California
Branding96.9 The Eagle
SloganSacramento's Classic Rock
Frequency96.9 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air dateOctober 2, 1959 (as KSFM)
FormatClassic rock
HD2: Blues
ERP50,000 watts
HAAT152 meters
Facility ID11281
Callsign meaningK Sacramento's EaGle
Former callsignsKSFM (1959-1972)
KPSC (1972-1974)
KEZS (1974-1975)
KROI (1975-1979)
KROY-FM (1979-1984)
KSAC (1984-1985)
KROY (1985-1990)
(Entercom License, LLC)
Sister stationsKIFM, KKDO, KRXQ, KSFM, KUDL
WebcastListen Live


KSEG has been programming this format since November 12, 1990, when it flipped from a Rhythmic Contemporary format when it was KROY. The first song under the new format was "Fly Like an Eagle" by the Steve Miller Band.[1] They also serve as the complementary sister station to ESPN Radio affiliate KIFM, Active Rock KRXQ, Top 40 Mainstream KUDL, Rhythmic contemporary KSFM, and Modern rock KKDO.

KSEG airs a local lineup as well as the House of Blues Radio Hour with Elwood Blues.


KSEG's HD2 subcarrier offers a Blues format.[2]

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "KROY gives up not-so-hot idea; station abandons its contemporary-hits format for '60s to '80s rock", The Sacramento Bee, November 13, 1990.
  2. ^ Sacramento HD radio guide

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