KYLD

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KYLD
City of licenseSan Francisco, California
Broadcast areaSan Francisco Bay Area
BrandingWiLD 94.9
Frequency94.9 MHz (HD Radio)
RepeatersSee § Booster
First air dateMarch 12, 1958 (as KSFR)
Format Mainstream Top 40
ERP30,000 watts
HAAT369 meters (1,211 ft)
ClassB
Facility ID59989
Callsign meaningYLD = a play on "Wild."
Former callsignsKSFR (1958–1966)
KSAN (1966–1997), now in use by San Mateo, California rival "107.7 The Bone"
Owner iHeartMedia, Inc.
(iHM Licenses, LLC)
Sister stationsKIOI, KISQ, KKSF, KMEL, KNEW, KOSF
WebcastListen Live!
Websitewild949.iheart.com

KYLD (94.9 FM) is a commercial radio station in San Francisco, California, serving the San Francisco Bay Area and owned by San Antonio–based iHeartMedia. The station airs a Mainstream Top 40 format on its analog primary signal. The station has studios located in the SoMa district of San Francisco, and the transmitter is located atop the San Bruno Mountains.