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The KZRO-FM transmission site sits at the 5,000' level of Mt. Shasta, blasting our Classic music signal with this SWR-6-Bay antennaOur NEWS STORY PAGE offers a quick news fix, a place to find out what's going on NOW. Two scrolling tickers deliver up to the minute news stories plus top ten stories, stock ticker, click here to check it out.Rear shot of our Northern California studios, featuring our communications transmit and receive antennas.

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What's the weather doing in Northern California? Click here for the Z-Weather page for sat pix, loops, radar, forecasts and the meteorologist discussion.
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Z-MUSIC

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STATION STUFF
Engineer Bob-O-Dee Hanson

Z-Photo Gallery

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Just what you'd expect... lots of pix of lots of people, studio pics, remote broadcast pix, outside the station pix, kid pix, transmitter tower pix... pix pix pix. Marsha Marsha Marsha.

Sometimes getting a good FM signal in the mountains is tricky. Click here for tips and tricks to make your radio work better and your music sound sweeter!

Local Area
Local Weather Page
KZRO-FM Signal
KZRO Contour Map
Production Studio
Station Q/A
Contact Info
FCC Letters
Link to Z-Banners

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Z-PROGRAM LINKS
R/R and Remember
The Beatle Years
House of Blues
Blues Deluxe
The Classics
RocknRoll Rewind
Goddard's Gold
Hot Rod Radio
Off the Record
American Hit List
The Car Show
Contact Radio

Own a business? If you're local or far away, click here for info on how to get YOURS visible on our radio and web signals at a great rate.

CLICK TOWER FOR OUR CONTOUR MAP. The KZRO-FM transmitter site is located at the 5,000' level of Mt.Shasta, utilizing a SWR-6 bay Circularlly Polarized antenna with 12,500 watts of butt-kicking Classic power, allowing us to cover over 194,000 persons and 24,000 square miles

Had a great time at the Steppenwolf concert and we've got the pix shot backstage at the Sisq. Golden Fair.

Use the search tool that that we use to get in depth info on your favorite artists. Info, reviews, pictures and more..

Live streaming video road cams from all over California

LOCAL AREA
ROAD CAMS
Abrams Lake Rd.
Central Dunsmuir
Snowman Hill
North Weed
Weed Airport
Walters Road
Grass Lake
Hilt Sandhouse
Mt.Hebron
Oregon Mt. Summit
Fawndale Rd/Rdg.
Lake Blvd/Rdg.
S.Bonnyview/Rdg.
Riverside Dr/Rdg.
Deschutes Rd/Rdg.
Red Bluff Cam


Oregon LIVE Road Cams at the Siskiyou Summit and more

SKI PARK INFO
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Mount Shasta
Mount Ashland
Mount Bachelor

ski park cams

Mount Shasta
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The Z-Channel Local Signal Page
KZRO-100.1 FM SIGNAL
KZRO-FM RADIO is the mountain area's ONLY
locally owned and operated radio station.

click here for our FCC coverage map

Who can hear the Z100fm signal???

The I-5 Corridor

At the 5,000 foot level on Broadcast Ridge/Everitt Hill at Mt.Shasta, Z100fm utilizes
the southerly most full power transmission point in all of Siskiyou County.  Big Tree
Communications (owner of KZRO-FM, Dunsmuir, CA) owns it's own transmission
site at Broadcast Ridge. The site projects our FM signal from Yreka, CA to Red
Bluff, CA covering some 100 miles of the I-5 freeway.

Z100fm Coverage Area

Primary Signal: 6,445 sq/mi
Stereo Signal: 15,355 sq/mi
Usable Signal: 24,781 sq/mi

Z100fm Population Figures

DataSoft Corporation utilizes the latest Census figures to determine the Z100fm
listening  audience.

Primary Signal: 21,853 persons
Stereo Signal: 155,622 persons
Usable Signal: 193,320 persons

 

 *Further  information is available from the Federal Communications Commission, Washington, D.C., at:   http://www.fcc.gov

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Big Tree Communications 2014