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KMRO (90.3 FM) is a radio station licensed to Camarillo, California, and broadcasting a Spanish religious format. The station is currently owned by The Association For Community Education, Inc. It is the flagship radio station of the Spanish religious radio network Radio Nueva Vida based in Camarillo, California. With 4 primary stations in the AM and FM bands as well as an additional 18 translators, the station serves much of California from the South Bay of Northern California to the U.S.-Mexico border south of San Diego with Spanish-language ... See more

Fresno AM|980
+1866-252-2253
2310 E Ponderosa Dr Ste 28 Camarillo, California 93010
last update
[2024-01-29 21:09:51]
KMRO (90.3 FM) is a radio station licensed to Camarillo, California, and broadcasting a Spanish religious format. The station is currently owned by The Association For Community Education, Inc. It is the flagship radio station of the Spanish religious radio network Radio Nueva Vida based in Camarillo, California. With 4 primary stations in the AM and FM bands as well as an additional 18 translators, the station serves much of California from the South Bay of Northern California to the U.S.-Mexico border south of San Diego with Spanish-language evangelical programming.This section needs additional citations for verification.Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (May 2008) KLTXFor many years, it was KGER, owned by John Brown University of Siloam Springs, Arkansas. Its studios and offices were in Long Beach, California, which is still its city of license. In 1996, the station was sold to Salem Communications, which changed the call letters to KLTX ("K-Light"). Both versions carried Christian teaching and informational shows. In the KLTX years, the station also aired Michael Reagan's talk show. By 1999, KLTX broadcast half the day in English and the other half in Spanish.In 2001, KLTX was sold to Hi-Favor, a programmer that specializes in Spanish-language evangelical programming, doing business as Radio La Nueva Vida. All English-language shows were removed immediately. KEZY KEZY simulcasted KKLA and KLTX at various times in the 1990s and early 2000s under Salem Communications ownership until Hi-Favor purchased this station. In addition to religious programs and talk shows, KEZY carried Rancho Cucamonga Quakes minor league baseball games and high school football games. KSDO In the 1950s, KSDO was the only San Diego AM station with an all classical music format. In the 1960's, KSDO (owned then by Sherwood R. Gordon) had a Beautiful Music format. From at least the mid-1970s through its flip to Spanish religious broadcasting talk, KSDO had some sort of news, talk, or financial talk format. It was also the flagship station of the San Diego Chargers during its "Air Coryell" years (early 1980s). The station was formerly owned by Chase Media Properties and was also part-owned by Clear Channel Communications airing business talk. Chase Media sold KSDO to Nueva Vida and it became a Radio Nueva Vida station. KGZO The station went on the air as KLOD on 1993-07-19. On 1996-04-05, the station changed its call sign to the current KGZO. KEYQ The station went on the air as KEYQ on 1990-01-12. On 1992-09-01, the station changed its call sign to KFSO and on 1993-05-03 back to KEY.

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KSDO 1130 kHz San Diego

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