Radio broadcasting

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Radio broadcasting is transmission by radio waves intended to reach a wide audience. Stations can be linked in radio networks to broadcast a common radio format, either in broadcast syndication or simulcast or both. The signal types can be either analog audio or digital audio.

XEPH-AM

In 1990, XEPH became rock-formatted "Radio Alicia", and from 1992 to 1995, it became "X-Press Radio 590" with an English-language news and music format, similar to Radio VIP. 1995 saw the creation of Sabrosita, which moved to XHSON-FM 100.9 in 1999 to make way for a return of La Pantera to 590. In 2002, La Pantera was replaced again, this time with a sports radio format as Estadio 590; the next year, Estadio 590 gave way to romantic music-formatted Tuya 590. In 2004, with the creation of the current Beat 100.9 dance music format, Sabrosita returned to 590 AM.

KSSK-FM

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It is simulcast on AM 590 kHz KSSK, which is licensed to Honolulu. KSSK-AM-FM are owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. and the stations air an adult contemporary radio format. The stations' studios are located in the Kalihi neighborhood of Honolulu, the KSSK-AM transmitter is located a mile from the studios, and the KSSK-FM transmitter is near Akupu, Hawaii. Like other iHeartMedia adult contemporary stations in many markets, KSSK-AM-FM play all Christmas music beginning each year in mid-November, returning to its normal format on December 26. The stations are home to the popular "Perry & the Posse" morning show.

KLBJ (AM)

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The corporation was made up of KLBJ executives. 590 KLBJ had already shifted from MOR music to an all-talk format. 93.7 KLBJ-FM continued its album-oriented rock format. At the time, Sinclair Telecable Inc. (d/b/a Sinclair Communications, unrelated to Sinclair Broadcast Group) was a minority stakeholder in the stations, with LBJ Holdings Co. as the 51% controlling stakeholder. In 2003, the Indianapolis-based Emmis Communications acquired the controlling stake in the stations. On October 30, 2009, 590 AM began simulcasting its programming on FM translator station K259AJ at 99.7 MHz.

WWLX

WWLX (590 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Variety hits format, Licensed to Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, United States, the station is currently owned by Prospect Communications. WWLX was a simulcast of sister station WLLX until August 2008 when it was re-branded as "Classic Hits WLX" and launched with a network of FM translators that cover Southern Middle Tennessee. In July 2014 Classic Hits WLX was re-launched as "105.3 The X" with a revised Classic Rock music format in addition to local sports coverage. On May 1, 2016 WWLX switched to a simulcast of country-formatted WLLX.

WVLK (AM)

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* News/Talk 590 WVLK - Official Website *

XHGTO-FM

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In the 1990s, the station moved to 590, added an FM counterpart and was sold to Radiorama. The FM combo originally broadcast on 103.9 MHz. Until 2015, this station carried a format known as Tu Recuerdo, which moved to XHVLO-FM 101.5. At that time, the Éxtasis Digital format that had been airing on XHVLO moved to XHGTO. On March 2, 2018, it was announced Éxtasis Digital would cease operations after 24 years on the air. While it was announced that Éxtasis Digital would go silent at 10 AM on March 3, it was another two days before any changes occurred. The announcement also coincided with other station closure announcements made by Radiorama Bajío.

105.3 FM

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XHE-FM in Durango, Durango. XHEMAX-FM in Tecomán, Colima. XHINFO-FM in Mexico City. XHOU-FM in Huajuapan de León, Oaxaca. XHPAG-FM in Monterrey, Nuevo León. XHPPU-FM in Puerto Peñasco, Sonora. XHRU-FM in Chihuahua, Chihuahua. XHUZ-FM in Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes. XHZTP-FM in Zacatlán, Puebla. in Marianna, Arkansas. in Delano, California. in Keaau, Hawaii. KCJZ in Cambria, California. KCMS in Edmonds, Washington. in Comanche, Oklahoma. in Diamondville, Wyoming. in Chariton, Iowa. KFBZ in Haysville, Kansas. KGDM-LP in Merced, California. KGRD in Orchard, Nebraska. KHJJ-LP in Albany, Oregon. KICI-LP in Iowa City, Iowa. KINB in Kingfisher, Oklahoma.

WLES

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Subsequently, a construction permit request was filed to conduct a frequency swap with nearby station WLVA, which is owned by Truth Broadcasting and operates on the adjacent AM channel of 590 kHz. The swap was completed in 2011. The station was issued a license to operate on the 590 kHz frequency on March 28, 2014. In addition to the main station, WLES is relayed by an FM translator to improve coverage at night. * WLES-AM 590 Online

AM broadcasting

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AM broadcasting is a radio broadcasting technology, which employs amplitude modulation (AM) transmissions. It was the first method developed for making audio radio transmissions, and is still used worldwide, primarily for medium wave (also known as "AM band") transmissions, but also on the longwave and shortwave radio bands. The earliest experimental AM transmissions began in the early 1900s. However, widespread AM broadcasting was not established until the 1920s, following the development of vacuum tube receivers and transmitters.

LRA Radio Nacional

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LRA Radio Nacional, also known as Radio Nacional Argentina, is the Argentine national radio, and part of the national public media system. It started transmitting in 1937 as LRA Radio del Estado changing its name to the current one in 1957. Since 1949, National Radio is also in charge of the Radiodifusión Argentina al Exterior, an international service that broadcasts in numerous languages.

Durango

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Durango, officially named Estado Libre y Soberano de Durango (English: Free and Sovereign State of Durango) (Tepehuán: Korian) (Nahuatl: Tepēhuahcān), is a state in the northwest of Mexico. With a population of 1,632,934, Durango has Mexico's second-lowest population density, after Baja California Sur. The capital city, Victoria de Durango, is named after the first president of Mexico, Guadalupe Victoria.