89.1 Radio Blue Mountains
Radio Blue Mountains 89.1 is a not-for-profit, volunteer community radio station serving the Blue Mountains since 1993. Radio Blue Mountains is linked to the CBAA Community Radio Network, the station is funded through listener support and limited commercial sponsorship. The Blue Mountains Public Broadcasting Society Inc was set up in Katoomba on 25 August 1985, initial test broadcasts were conducted in and around Leura and Katoomba over the next six and a half years. In June 1992, the then-Australian Broadcasting Tribunal granted a community broadcasting license to the Society. The studios were built in 1992 and on 8 January 1993 the society began its first official public broadcast to the community. In 1994 the station purchased a satellite dish to enable it to receive the CBAA Community Radio Network programme feed, the Society celebrated its 21st anniversary in 2007. In August 2008 the station obtained a licence to broadcast on the Internet, in late 2016 the CBAA formerly began invoicing and issuing Internet Streaming licenses separate to broadcast license and Radio Blue Mountains took out a streaming license.
Radio Blue Mountains 89.1 works closely with the all sections of the Blue Mountains community and its close relationship with the Blue Mountains City Council has led to efforts to establish the station as an emergency communicator in times of bushfires and other catastrophes
KUAT-FM is a radio station operated out of the University of Arizona and serving the Tucson, metropolitan area. It operates on 90.5 MHz and on K209AF89.7 MHz on the FM dial with a classical format, during the overnight hours, the Music Through the Night service from Public Radio International is heard. KUAT-FM has translators throughout southern Arizona, KUAT-FM first went on the air on May 19,1975, in classical format, the sister station KUAT-AM previously had a dual classical-jazz format, and in 1975 became solely jazz
KSOS is a non-commercial radio station located in Las Vegas, broadcasting on 90.5 FM. KSOS airs a contemporary music format. KILA95.5 FM signed on the air in 1972, KILA became Las Vegas first Contemporary Christian music station. KILA switched frequencies in 1985 from 95.5 FM to 90.5 FM, KILA became part of the SOS radio network in the early 2000s. KSOS airs its programming on a station in Utah, known as KANN, from Roy, KSOS broadcasts in Kingman, Az, at 103.1 FM. Official Website Query the FCCs FM station database for KSOS Radio-Locator information on KSOS Query Nielsen Audios FM station database for KSOS
K-Love is a contemporary Christian music radio programming service in the United States operated by the Educational Media Foundation. As of March 2013, the programming is simulcast on over 440 FM stations. K-Love has about 12 million listeners each week in cities including Chicago, Des Moines, New York City, Phoenix, San Antonio, San Diego and it is the sixth-most online-streamed station in the world. K-Love began in 1980 as a radio station with the call letters KCLB. It was a full-time contemporary Christian music radio station, launched by radio personality Bob Anthony, in Middletown, after several tries at purchasing a station in San Francisco, a small, non-commercial radio station was acquired just north of San Francisco for $67,000. On October 15,1982,91.9 KCLB came on the air for the first time with Bob Anthony as announcer, the very first song played on KCLB was Praise The Lord by The Imperials, which was a hit on the Christian Music charts in 1979. With the slogan The Positive Alternative, Christian Music Radio KCLB 92FM, in 1986, Dick Jenkins was hired as General Manager.
That same year, Bob Anthony left the station and moved to Oregon, on September 12,1988, a 9, 000-acre brush fire destroyed KCLBs main transmitter building on Geyser Peak. The radio station transmitter was relocated to 4, 000-foot Mount Saint Helena, the new location improved signal strength, and listeners reported they could now hear the station as far as 125 miles away. As KCLB continued to expand its reach, in 1987 the signal could be heard on transmitters in San Rafael, Salinas. In 1988, KCLB changed its letters to KLVR, and adopted its on-air brand name K-Love. By 1989, the signal could be heard in Santa Cruz, San Jose, K-Love expanded its reach during the 1990s by purchasing small stations and translators, and repeating its signal. In 1992, K-Love began using technology to expand to locations further away than just northern California. The Educational Media Foundation continued to purchase small translators in California but bought stations in Portland, San Diego, Arizona, Oklahoma City, during the 1990s, K-Love began to expand its on-air personalities.
Also Mike Novak, JD Chandler and Larry Wayne started working air shifts in the late 1990s, in addition to expanding the on-air talent, K-Love expanded its facilities and moved its headquarters from Santa Rosa to Sacramento in 1993. In 1998 K-Love increased its reach online by streaming live on klove. com, during the decade of the 2000s, K-Love went through a period of expansion through the purchase of stations and translators across the United States. On October 5,2000, Colorado Christian University sold KWBI Morrison/Denver, KJOL Grand Junction and KDRH Glenwood Springs, the Colorado radio network was sold for a reported $16.6 million. KWBI is now KLDV, and is one of K-Loves most listened to signals, K-Love picked up the KWBI calls for their radio station in Great Bend, Kansas
CKYK-FM is a French-language Canadian radio station located in Saguenay, but the stations official city of license is Alma. Owned and operated by RNC Medias Antenne 6 subsidiary, it broadcasts on 95.7 MHz using an antenna with a peak effective radiated power of 100,000 watts. The station airs a rock format with some talk radio programming. The station was launched in 1993 at 95.5 FM, on April 29,2008, the station was authorized by the CRTC to add a low-power rebroadcaster on 96.3 FM in downtown Alma. By 2011, the changed to a more active rock format. KYK Radio X CKYK-FM history - Canadian Communications Foundation Query the RECs Canadian station database for CKYK-FM
Happy FM91.7 Koronadal is a music FM radio station owned by the Notre Dame Broadcasting Corporation in the Philippines. The studios are located at Reyes Blk, morales while the transmitter is located at Roxas Mountain Range, Brgy. It operates daily from 5,00 am to 2,00 am, July 1993 -91.7 DXOM FM went on the air and it is the first radio station in Koronadal City and South Cotabato. 1998 - DXOM-FM was called Hot Radio,2002 - Hot Radio was embraced the branding Radio for Peace. 2009 - Hot Radio was used the tagline Tayo Pa Rin Siyempre,2011 - The tagline Basta Manami Nga Tukar, Hot Radio Gid Inah. was used. 2012 July of the said year - The station was rebranded as 91.7 FM Dito Happy Ka. August 25 -91.7 FM relaunched as 91.7 Happy FM, procopio Dennis the Menace Daddy Mark Maxene Victoria 91.7 Happy FM on Facebook
DYMY, broadcasting as 105.5 Easy Rock Bacolod is a music FM radio station owned by Cebu Broadcasting Company in the Philippines. The station is broadcasting from Bacolod City. It studios located at RML Building, Burgos Street, Bacolod City, the main format of the station is soft rock music. It was originally broadcast as YES, FM105.5 as Hot AC/OPM format. In July 2009, it changed its brand to 105.5 Easy Rock, Easy Rock is broadcast to 9 provincial stations in the Philippines. Manila Broadcasting Company - Parent Company of Cebu Broadcasting Company,105.5 Easy Rock official live streaming
CKIS-FM is a Canadian radio station, broadcasting at 92.5 FM in Toronto, Ontario. Owned by Rogers Media, the broadcasts a Top 40 format branded as Kiss 92.5. The station is one of two stations licensed to the city of Toronto as well as the first CHR-pop station owned by Rogers since CHTT-FM in Victoria shifted from top 40 to hot AC in July 2003. CKISs studios are located at the Rogers Building at Bloor and Jarvis in the corner of downtown Toronto. On August 8,1990, Rawlco Communications was awarded a licence from the CRTC for a new FM radio station, the format chosen to air on the frequency was country music that would target an audience ranging from 25–54 years of age. Rawlco planned on changing frequencies for the station to 99.1 FM, which was formerly the home of CKO-FM-1, but cancelled the plan after the CRTC denied this, and gave 99.1 to CBLA. On January 26,1993, at 1 p. m. singer Anne Murray pressed the button to launch the station, with the CISS-FM call letters and CISS-FM92.5 branding.
Milestones second attempt at a station was passed over in favour of CBLA, the company finally won a licence on its third attempt. Rogers Communications announced a deal to buy the station in February 1999, the deal would not be completed until August, but immediately after the deal was announced, Rogers took control of the stations programming by way of a local management agreement or LMA. The final song on CISS-FM was The Dance by Garth Brooks, when the station flipped to Power 92, the station attracted adverse attention from the operators of CKDX, a dance music station branded as Power 88. On February 26,1999, the station rebranded as Kiss 92 FM, the station would rebrand as Kiss 92.5. In its early days, the station aired imaging material in which an announcer pronounced the name of the city Toe-ron-toe, widely considered a mispronunciation of Toronto. Thanks to former CRTC content regulations on FM radio, CISS-FM was the first, the station rode a wave of popularity for pop music acts like Backstreet Boys and NSYNC, and often seemed to supertarget a primary market of young teenage or preteen girls.
By 2002, somewhat ironically, the moved to take CFXJs turf with a complete shift to a rhythmic contemporary format billed as Torontos Hip Hop. The station hired local urban flavoured talent DJX and Haddy, Kwame, DJ Baby Yu and RG. On June 4,2003, at 4,07 p. m. the station flipped to the Jack FM branding and the adult hits format, the station would adopt the CJAQ-FM call letters in February 2004. The station experienced a drop after the flip, most likely because of the popularity of the previous format. However, once the station established itself, the station gained a boost in the ratings, when it first launched, Jack FM operated without disc jockeys in an effort to establish the Playing What We Want concept which was new to Toronto