Ten employees have lost their jobs over the incident, and the radio show is permanently off the air.
The "Morning Rave" radio show on KDND 107.9 will be off the air indefinitely according to the station's general manager.
"Effective immediately the "The Morning Rave" program is canceled and 10 employees are no longer with the station," read a statment from John Geary, the station manager.
The program director, promotions director and the three morning DJs are some of the employees who lost their jobs over the incident.
"We're going to pull through," a woman who works at the station said. "(The mood) is pretty somber around here. The whole thing is just a tragedy."
28 year old Jennifer Strange was found dead in her Rancho Cordova home on Friday. A preliminary coroner's report indicated the death "was consistent with water intoxication".
Strange was competing in the "Hold Your Wee for a Nintendo Wii" contest when she died. The following message appeared on the station's web site after the death:
"All of you are probably aware of the tragic death of a contestant, Jennifer Strange, following her participation in a contest on the Morning Rave last Friday.
First and foremost, our thoughts and sympathies go out to Jennifer's family and loved ones.
I also want to assure you that the circumstances regarding this matter are being examined as thoroughly as possible. We are doing everything we can to deal with this difficult situation in a manner that is both respectful and responsible. In the interim, the Morning Rave is off the air indefinitely."