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Klno

KLNO
City of license Fort Worth, Texas
Broadcast area Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex
Branding 94.1 FM
Frequency 94.1 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date 1961 (as KCPA)
Format Regional Mexican
ERP 98,000 watts
HAAT 485 meters
Class C
Facility ID 41380
Callsign meaning LatiNO
Former callsigns KCPA (1961-1964)
KCUL-FM (1964-1967)
KBUY (1967-1976)
KESS (1976-1986)
KSSA (1986-1987)
KOJO (1987-1989)[1]
KLTY (1989-2000)
KGDE (1-2/2000)[2]
Owner Univision Radio
(Univision Radio License Corporation)
Sister stations KFZO, KESS, KFLC, KDXX
Also part of the Univision Cluster: TV Stations KUVN and KSTR
Webcast Listen Live (via iHeartRadio)
Website KLNO Online

KLNO (94.1 FM) is a Regional Mexican music formatted radio station broadcasting to the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex in Texas. The station's studios are located along the John W. Carpenter Freeway in the Stemmons Corridor of Northwest Dallas.

This signal was created in 1981 when then owner Marcos Rodriguez, Sr. successfully petitioned the FCC to change the frequency of KESS 93.9 to 94.1 and permit a move to the Cedar Hill, Texas antenna farm. His son, Marcos A. Rodriguez, controlled this frequency from 1986 to 1999.

In 1964, Marcos Rodriguez, Sr. was hired by Mike Bradley and became the first full-time employee of 93.9 (then owned by John Walton and called KBUY-FM). John Walton purchased KBUY when it was called KCUL. Its call letters came from the backwards spelling of the original owner's name - Dr. L.H. Luck.

The station was assigned the KLNO call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on February 15, 2000.[2]

Sometime in early 2014, KLNO (alongside other Univision-owned stations) has dropped its "La Que Buena" branding in favor of using the frequency as its ident.

References

  1. ^ Parish Perkins, Ken (May 6, 2009). "Religious experience: Christian radio learns to live in a secular world". The Dallas Morning News. Retrieved September 6, 2009. 
  2. ^ a b "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 

External links

  • La Que Buena 94.1 FM
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for KLNO
  • Radio-Locator information on KLNO
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KLNO
  • DFW Radio/TV History
  • DFW Radio Archives

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