Is there an event happening in the Coachella Valley? Well, odds are, it's bringing business to the desert, according to KESQ.
Big changes could be coming to the Coachella Valley's only newspaper as a hedge fund company, with a history of cutting costs and slashing staffs is attempting to take over Gannett, the owner of USA Today and local newspapers across the country, including the Desert Sun.
Hot off of laying off staff and blowing up an entire television station, KESQ is out with their new ratings-grabber: a car equipped with FaceTime and an internet connection slower than your grandparent's.On Monday's newscast, Weather Guesser Haley Clawson...
K-GAY 106.5 made its debut on the Palm Springs radio airwaves this week.
KESQ held their Christmas party over the weekend and, while that had to be weird seeing as how they just blew up an entire television station, it appears that, at least some people had a good time.  Thanks to the...
KESQ has a new morning anchor and, judging by her Twitter feed since joining the station, she seems pretty awesome.
Most Palm Springs local tv commercials stick to the typical formula of having the business owner stumble through a laundry list of goods or services for 30 seconds while a camera pans around their store and the same models...
Last week, KESQ announced staff cuts and a plan to simulcast their news after blowing up Local 2. They made their on-air staff read a ransom note-like message proclaiming it was a good thing, because, sure, *wink*. A few...
He left the station this week.