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CitySeaside, California
Broadcast areaSanta Cruz, California
BrandingRadio La Suavecita 107.1
Frequency107.1 MHz
First air dateNovember 22, 1972
FormatRegional Mexican
ERP1,750 watts
HAAT190 meters
Facility ID3155
Transmitter coordinates36°33′9.00″N 121°47′17.00″W / 36.5525000°N 121.7880556°W / 36.5525000; -121.7880556
Callsign meaningK Super EStrella (previous format)
Former callsignsKVRG-FM (1995-1999)
KVRG (1994-1995)
KMBY-FM (1993-1994)
AffiliationsRadio La Suavecita
OwnerEntravision Communications
(Entravision Holdings, LLC)
WebcastListen Live
WebsiteSuavecita 107.1

KSES-FM is a regional Mexican-formatted radio station licensed to Seaside, California, broadcasting to the Santa Cruz area on 107.1 MHz FM. The station is currently owned by Entravision Communications.

KSES-FM is part of Entravision's Suavecita radio network.

On January 8, 2018 KSES-FM changed their format from Spanish adult hits (as "Jose") to regional Mexican, branded as "Radio La Suavecita".[1]


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