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KESS-FM
107.9 & 107.1 Latino Mix Dallas logo.png
CityBenbrook, Texas
Broadcast areaWeatherford
Granbury
Ft. Worth
Cleburne
Mineral Wells
Stephenville
Frequency107.1 MHz (HD Radio)
107.1 HD-2 for Rhythmic AC (KVBH Simulcast)
BrandingLatino Mix 107.9 y 107.1
Slogan¡El Sonido de Hoy!
Programming
Language(s)Spanish
FormatCHR/Latin Pop (Simucast of KDXX)
Ownership
OwnerUforia Audio Network
(Tichenor License Corporation)
KDXX, KFLC, KFZO, KLNO
Also part of the Univision Cluster: TV Stations KUVN and KSTR
History
First air date
1987 (as KFII)
Former call signs
KFII (1987-1988)
KYOT (1988-1992)
KCYT (1992-1995)
KCKK (1995)
KMRT (1995-1998)
KDXT (1998-2003)
KDXX (2003-2012)
KFZO (2012-2013)
Call sign meaning
ESSpanol
Technical information
Facility ID21599
ClassC1
ERP74,000 watts
HAAT320 meters
Links
WebcastListen live (via iHeartRadio)
WebsiteKDXX Online

KESS-FM (107.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish CHR format. The station's city of license is Benbrook, Texas. The transmitter of KESS-FM is located in southern Parker County; the signal covers the western half of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. The station's studios are located at 2323 Bryan St, in the Arts District of Dallas, and is owned and operated by Uforia Audio Network, a division of Univision Communications.

The station had been branded as "Estereo Latino" until February 19, 2009, when "La Que Buena" was moved from 107.9 FM (KESS-FM) and simulcast on 99.1 FM (KFZO). The Reggaeton station known as "La Kalle" was then moved to 107.9 FM and retooled to Latin Pop/CHR.

KESS-FM broadcasts in HD.[1]

On June 23, 2011, KDXX changed their format from a simulcast of regional Mexican-formatted KFZO 99.1 FM to Spanish adult hits, branded as "Recuerdo 107.1".

On June 28, 2012, KDXX changed their format to Regional Mexican, branded as "La Jefa 107.1" and changed their call sign to KFZO.[2]

On July 29, 2013 KFZO flipped to a simulcast of Spanish AC KDXX 99.1.

On August 9, 2013 KFZO swapped call letters with KESS-FM.

On September 28, 2014, 107.1 rebranded as "Latino Mix".

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Signal

Unlike most of the area's FM stations like KLNO, which transmit their signals from Cedar Hill, KESS-FM transmits its signal from an unincorporated area in southern Parker County, Texas. Therefore, KESS-FM's signal is much stronger in the Western parts of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex including Fort Worth as well as the cities of Weatherford, Mineral Wells, Stephenville, and Cleburne, but is considerably weaker in the DFW mid-cities, Dallas, Denton, and areas East of the cities themselves.

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