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KRHM-LP
KRHM 103.5.jpg
CityBakersfield, California
Broadcast areaBakersfield area
BrandingLa Redencion
Frequency103.5 MHz
First air dateJuly 4, 2003
FormatSpanish Religious
ERP100 watts
HAAT24.5 meters
ClassL1
Facility ID123382
Transmitter coordinates35°16′2.00″N 119°1′49.00″W / 35.2672222°N 119.0302778°W / 35.2672222; -119.0302778
Callsign meaningRytHM fm rhythmic muzik (former branding)
OwnerPentecostal Church of God, I.M. Iorpca
Websitewww.laredencion.net

KRHM-LP (103.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish Religious format. Licensed to Bakersfield, California, United States, the station is currently owned by the Pentecostal Church of God, I.M. Iorpca.

History

The station first went on the air on July 4, 2003 as a format of Reggae, Jazz, Caribbean, Hip Hop, Dancehall, Rhythm & Blues, and Blues. On December 31, 2013, the station's music format changed to Spanish Religious when La Redencion got that radio station.

In November 2013, Forced Broadcasting sold KLHC. The last day of La Rendencion in KLHC 1350am, was November 30, 2013. After the last day of broadcast until December 31, 2013, Redemption did not have a radio station. Before the last day of Broadcast, La Redencion had two meetings with pastors to continue transmitting their radio station. At 10:00 pm PT on December 31, 2013, La Redencion went back on the air as an FM station broadcasting on 103.5 FM.

References

Logo bearing the old callsign before December 2013

External links


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