FANDOM


  • Date: February 8, 1929-April 1999
  • Previous call letters: KFCB
  • Frequency:
    • 1310 kHz (February 8, 1929...)
    • 1390 kHz
    • 550 kHz (...March 29, 1941-April 1999)
  • Location:
  • Owner of license:
    • Nielsen Radio Supply Co. (February 8, 1929-November 10, 1936)
    • Prairie Farmer Magazine, dba Salt River Valley Broadcasting Company (See also WLS) (November 10, 1936-December 8, 1948)
    • KOY Broadcasting (December 8, 1948-June 30, 1967)
    • Harte-Hanks Radio (June 30, 1967-December 4, 1984-August 8, 1993)
    • Edens Broadcasting (December 4, 1984-August 8, 1993-May 1996)
    • Sundance Broadcasting (August 8, 1993-May 1996)
    • Colfax Broadcasting (May 1996-August 1996)
    • Chancellor Broadcasting (August 1996-October 1997)
    • Chancellor Media, Inc. (October 1997...)
    • AMFM Radio Licenses, L.L.C. (...April 1999) (an alias for Clear Channel Communications; see List of stations operated by Clear Channel)
  • Subsequent call letters: KGME



Second station

( Note: AMFM, which bought KGME in April 1999, switched its format to the 550 frequency and moved the KOY call and format to the 1230 frequency of co-owned KISO, as part of a general shuffle of its stations in Phoenix.)

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