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  2. 105.3 FM - Wikipedia

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    The following radio stations broadcast on FM frequency 105.3 MHz : Contents 1 Argentina 2 Australia 3 Brazil 4 Canada (Channel 287) 5 Cayman Islands 6 China 7 Egypt 8 Guatemala (Channel 44) 9 Malaysia 10 Mexico 11 United States (Channel 287) 12 References Argentina [ edit] América in Paraná, Entre Ríos Blue in La Plata, Buenos Aires

  3. KRLD-FM - Wikipedia

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    KRLD-FM ( 105.3 MHz, "105.3 The Fan") is a commercial radio station licensed to Dallas, Texas, and serving the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. KRLD-FM is owned by Audacy, Inc., and airs a sports radio format. The station's studios and offices are located along North Central Expressway in Uptown Dallas, and the transmitter site is in Cedar Hill .

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    Nichols-Payne was the primary engineer and technical director on Rangers radio broadcasts from 1995-2010, first on KRLD-AM and then on 105.3-FMThe FAN.” He resumed that role when the...

  5. KKFN - Wikipedia

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    KKFN - Wikipedia KKFN KKFN (104.3 FM, "Denver's Sports Station 104.3 The Fan") is a commercial radio station serving the Denver - Boulder market. Owned and operated by Salt Lake City –based Bonneville International, KKFN airs a sports radio format. The station is licensed to Longmont, Colorado.

  6. WRDG - Wikipedia

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    The 105.3 frequency debuted a new Regional Mexican format under the name El Patrón on November 26 at 9 a.m. EST . On October 19, 2009, sister station WWVA-FM (then known as Viva 105.7), who had been broadcasting a Spanish AC format, flipped to Rhythmic AC as "Groove 105.7", thus leaving WBZY as Atlanta's only FM Spanish-language station.

  7. WJZ-FM - Wikipedia

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    Infinity Broadcasting responded by resurrecting the WHFS format on nights and weekends at 105.7, beginning at 7 p.m. on January 21, 2005, with former WHFS afternoon DJ Tim Virgin. The station rebranded itself as "The Legendary HFS, Live on 105.7"; Infinity Broadcasting moved the WHFS call letters to the station days later.

  8. WNOH - Wikipedia

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    WNOH (105.3 MHz) is a commercial FM radio station licensed to Windsor, Virginia, serving the Hampton Roads radio market in Virginia and Northeastern North Carolina. WNOH is owned and operated by iHeartMedia. [1] The station airs an African American-oriented all-news radio format, as an affiliate of the Black Information Network .

  9. KWFN - Wikipedia

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    KSON-FM had previously been used on stations at 101.5 and at 105.3. In 1985, Jefferson-Pilot Communications acquired KSON-AM-FM. [3] The company filed an application in 1989 to construct a single full-on repeater to help improve KSON-FM's coverage in the rapidly growing suburbs of Northern San Diego County. [4] Plans were cancelled in 1991.

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