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CityLancaster, California
Broadcast areaAntelope Valley
BrandingK-Mix 106.3
Slogan"The Best Mix of the 80's 90's & today"
Frequency106.3 MHz
First air dateOctober 28, 1970
FormatHot adult contemporary
ERP3,000 watts
HAAT41 meters (135 ft)
Facility ID19703
Transmitter coordinates34°44′41.00″N 118°7′30.00″W / 34.7447222°N 118.1250000°W / 34.7447222; -118.1250000
OwnerHigh Desert Broadcasting
(High Desert Broadcasting LLC)

KGMX (106.3 FM, "K-Mix 106.3") is a commercial radio station that is licensed to Lancaster, California, United States and serves the Antelope Valley area. The station is owned by High Desert Broadcasting and airs a hot adult contemporary format.


The station first signed on October 28, 1970 as KOTE. Originally owned by Albert Medlinsky, it broadcast a middle of the road music format [1] On May 24, 1983, KOTE changed its call sign to KKZZ-FM.[2] The station became KGMX on February 14, 1990.

In December 1996, Eric-Chandler Communications of Antelope Valley Inc. sold KGMX, which was airing an adult contemporary format, and sister station KHJJ (1380 AM) to High Desert Broadcasting for $1,437,500.[3]

On July 19, 2010, the station adopted the KQAV call letters. Ten days later, on July 29, the station swapped call signs with its sister station on 93.5 FM, reverting to KGMX.[2][4]


  1. ^ "Directory of AM and FM Radio Stations in the U.S." (PDF). 1972 Broadcasting Yearbook. Broadcasting Publications Inc. 1972. p. B-21. Retrieved February 3, 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Call Sign History: KGMX". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved January 6, 2019.
  3. ^ "Entravision Eyes El Paso Pair" (PDF). Radio and Records. December 13, 1996. Retrieved February 3, 2019.
  4. ^ "Call Sign History: KQAV". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. US Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved January 6, 2019.

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