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KMQA/KMEN
City East Porterville, California
Broadcast area Tulare, California
Branding Radio Lazer 100.5
Frequency 100.5 MHz
First air date 1989 (KMQA, as KPOR)
2000 (KMEN)
Format Regional Mexican
ERP 2,000 watts (KMQA)
6,000 watts (KMEN)
HAAT 612.4 meters (KMQA)
44 meters (KMEN)
Class B (KMQA)
A (KMEN)
Facility ID 3395 (KMQA)
88205 (KMEN)
Transmitter coordinates 35°45′36.00″N 118°45′32.00″W / 35.7600000°N 118.7588889°W / 35.7600000; -118.7588889 (KMQA)
36°38′50.00″N 120°21′02.00″W / 36.6472222°N 120.3505556°W / 36.6472222; -120.3505556 (KMEN)
Callsign meaning La MáQuinA
MENdota (former branding)
Former callsigns KMQA: KPOR (1989-99)
Owner Lazer Broadcasting

KMQA/KMEN (100.5 FM) is a simulcast radio station broadcasting a Regional Mexican format. The two stations are licensed to East Porterville and Mendota, California, United States. KMQA's coverage area includes Bakersfield and Tulare, while KMEN primarily covers Mendota. Both stations are owned by Lazer Broadcasting.

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This page was last edited on 21 March 2018, at 22:19
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