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KFXM-LP
KFXM-LP 98.3 logo.jpg
CityLancaster, California
Broadcast areaLancaster/Palmdale
BrandingKFXM 98.3
SloganThe Lost Goldmine in the high desert
Frequency98.3 MHz
First air dateOctober 4, 2004 5:11 PM PDT
FormatOldies
ERP100 watts
HAAT22.9 meters
ClassL1
Facility ID124198
Transmitter coordinates34°49′39″N 118°10′13″W / 34.82750°N 118.17028°W / 34.82750; -118.17028
Former frequencies96.7 MHz (2005-2017)
OwnerThe Organization For the Preservation & Cultivation of Radio
WebcastKFXM-LP Webstream URL
Listen Live player
WebsiteKFXM-LP Online

KFXM-LP (98.3 FM) is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting an oldies music format, from a large record library spanning the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, with over 35,000 selections in rotation, including novelties and instrumentals. Licensed to Lancaster, California, United States, the station is owned by The Organization For the Preservation & Cultivation of Radio, a non profit 501-C3.[1]

The original KFXM (now KTIE) was the Top Forty-formatted station at 590 kHz on the AM band in the Riverside and San Bernardino, California market area from the 1950s to the 1980s.

KFXM strives to present its programming in the same way as if it were 1960 again. As of March 1, 2017, KFXM-LP moved from 96.7 FM to 98.3 FM.

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  • ✪ KFXM 590 - Beach Boys 04-23-66 Riverside Roller Rink Baseline Drive-In
  • ✪ Johnny Helm - KFXM - Tribute to 911
  • ✪ STAN GETZ - CAL TJADER - Ginza Samba (1963) No More Confusion!

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References

  1. ^ "KFXM-LP Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.

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