Joshua Tree, CA– Z107.7 Radio (KCDZ) is now offering apps on both the Droid and Apple Smartphone operating systems. The app allows users to access the audio from their phone including listening through a Bluetooth connection in a vehicle that has sync capability.
To load the App just go to the app market and type in KCDZ or Z107.7, then just install the app, it is free of charge.
The Z107.7 App would allow listeners to enjoy the local radio programming, extensive and award-winning news coverage, and specialty shows like “The Z107.7 Local News Showcase” “Up Close”, and “The Many Moods of Ben Vaughn”. Podcasts of the three specialty shows are now available though Itunes though a link at www.kcdzfm.com.
Z107.7 News and Programming director Gary Daigneault said the most important reason to download the local radio stations app is public safety, “If we have a disaster like an earthquake, major fire, or a blockage of the highway, the Z107.7 Smartphone app will give you real-time information about closed roads, evacuation information, where to get emergency food and water, and much more”, he said, adding, “Even if our transmitter on Copper Mountain is affected Z107.7 will still have a clear signal on the internet, bringing you potentially life-saving information immediately to protect yourself and your family.”
In addition to the apps, Z107.7 is now streaming live at <http://www.kcdzfm.com/>www.kcdzfm.com as well as offering a news
audio on-demand service and a written version of the Local News posted every Monday through Friday by 10:00 am. The website also offers the latest California, National, International, Sports and Entertainment news as it happens through an exclusive partnership with the Associated Press.
Named by Morongo Basin residents as the “Best of the Best” radio station for the second year in a row, Z107.7 has been locally owned and operated for 23 years. The radio stations local news has received the highest awards for news excellence from the Associated Press, Radio-Television News Association, The National Association of Broadcasters, and Radio Inc. Magazine.
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