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1962–1967

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1967–1969

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1969–19??

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19??–19??

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19??–19??

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19??–198?

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198?–198?

KVIL2073

198?–1998

KVIL Old

1998–2001

KVIL99

KVIL was known as "Lite Rock 103.7".

2001–2005

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The "Lite Rock" branding did not last long as the station returned to the KVIL callsign.

2005–2008

KVIL06

2008–2013

1037-lite-fm

2013–2015

1037 KVIL 2013

KVIL once again returned to its callsign and has evolved into an Adult Top-40 leaning fare.

2015–2016

KVIL 2015

2016–2017

103.7 KVIL 2016

On October 5, 2016 KVIL moved from AC to CHR/Top 40 format.

2017–present

AMP1037KVIL

On January 18, 2017, at 7 a.m., after playing "Heathens" by Twenty One Pilots, KVIL re-branded again, this time as "AMP 103.7", adopting the moniker from sister CBS stations KAMP-FM in Los Angeles, WODS in Boston, WQMP in Orlando, and WBMP in New York City. With the rebranding came a shift in the station's playlist, as the station has completely evolved towards a mainstream Top 40 direction, along with the addition of more rhythmic titles. The first song on AMP was "Closer" by The Chainsmokers.