‘The Black Voice of Sacramento’: How KDEE Brings a New Sound to Community Radio
The Sacramento Bee |
Out of the hundreds of radio stations in California, only two are Black-owned. And one of those is broadcast right here in the capital city. Operated by the California Black Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Sacramento’s KDEE 97.5 FM has been a pillar of the community for more than 15 years, operating as a Low Power FM station. The station established itself as one of the best outlets to reach the city’s Black residents while producing some of the best programs — from music to talk shows — on the airwaves.