• Summer 2000 - Volunteers first gather and contemplate alternative media for the Rogue Valley, apply for 4 Low Power construction permits on behalf of the Eagle Point Museum, Talent Methodist Church, Peace House and the Multicultural Association of Southern Oregon.
  • December 2004 - FCC grants a low-power FM construction permit to the Multicultural Association of Southern Oregon to build a LPFM near Emigrant Lake.
  • January 2005 - Community organizing for the creation of the low power station begins.
  • June 2005 - KSKQ begins streaming over the internet from an office in the A Street Office Building in Ashland.
  • June 2006 - The station moves to the current location at 330 E. Hersey St., continuing to stream over the internet, building the numbers of programmers, with the goal of 8 out of 12 hours locally produced.
  • July 2006 -  KSKQ becomes affiliate member of Pacifica Network
  • October 2006 - Benefit Event with Amy Goodman of Democracy Now.
  • December 2006 - KSKQ receives 12 month extension to build.
  • November 2007 - KSKQ LP 94.9FM minor site change is approved, then KSKQ receives its FCC license and begins broadcasting from Joe’s place.
  • April 2008 - KSKQ Co-sponsors Independent Media Week.
  • May 2008 - KSKQ applies to move to Sayer property on Tolman Creek Rd. Receives denial in October.
  • July 2008 - MCASO receives NCE Construction permit for Table Mountain for 89.5 FM.
  • September 2008 - Steering Committee members choose call letters KORV.
  • October 2008 - February 2009: KSKQ hosts Great Decisions Series working with Independent Media Center.
  • Summer 2009 - KSKQ begins Kids Radio Club in partnership with Kids Unlimited in Medford.
  • October 2009 - KSKQ receives equipment grant from the New World Foundation.
  • December 2009 - Benefit event with Amy Goodman of Democracy Now.
  • January 2010 - First KORV "barn-raising" meeting with community stakeholders.
  • February 2010 - MCASO applies for PTFP construction grant.
  • April 2010 - KSKQ Advisory Committee decides to keep the KSKQ call letters for the full power station.
  • Summer 2010 - Spring 2011 : KSKQ negotiates with various entities to secure an antenna location on Table Mountain.
  • Spring 2011 - KSKQ receives permission to use the old fire tower on Table Mountain for its antenna.
  • June 2011 - Volunteers rehab the fire tower, install a temporary antenna, install the microwave link to the studio and the transmitter.
  • June 25, 2011 - First broadcast on the new frequency 89.5 from Table Mountain.
  • May 1, 2014 - Installed our new 560Watt transmitter and are now broadcasting at Full Power.