KFLG-FM

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KFLG-FM
KFLG country94.7-95.9-106.7 logo.jpg
CityBig River, California
Broadcast areaKingman, Lake Havasu, Laughlin, Bullhead City, AZ/NV
BrandingCountry K-FLAG
SloganThe Tri-State's Country Home
Frequency94.7 MHz
Translator(s)95.9 K240CL (Bullhead City)
First air date1974 (as KZZZ-FM)
FormatCountry music
ERP19,500 watts
HAAT834 meters (2,736 ft)
ClassC0
Facility ID55495
Callsign meaningK-FLaG
Former callsignsKZZZ-FM (1974-2000)
AffiliationsPremiere Radio Networks
OwnerCameron Broadcasting, Inc.
Sister stationsKLUK, KNKK-FM, KZZZ, KAAA, KFLG-AM
WebcastListen Live
Websitekflg947.com

KFLG-FM (94.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Country music format. Licensed to Big River, California, United States, it serves the entire Tri-State area including Lake Havasu City, Kingman, AZ, Needles, CA, Laughlin, NV, and Bullhead City, AZ. The station is currently owned by Cameron Broadcasting, Inc.

History[edit]

The FCC database shows letters KZZZ-FM assigned on 2000-05-24 but the station operated with those calls for several years prior to that date. The station was sold to Cameron and the format changed from Adult Contemporary (Sunny 94.7) to Country. On 2000-12-31, the station changed its call sign to the current KFLG-FM. KFLG-FM had been in the Tri-State market for some years operating on 102.7. When that frequency moved to Las Vegas, its calls were reassigned to 94.7 (the aforementioned and now defunct KZZZ) KZZZ is now a part of the "All Talk From A to Z Network" on 1490 kHz and is licensed to Bullhead City, AZ[1]

Prior to 1982, the call sign KFLG was used by the station currently known as KAFF-FM, which operates on 92.9 MHz and is licensed to the Guyann Corporation to serve Flagstaff, Arizona.[2] The station operated with an Adult Contemporary format in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KFLG-FM Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "KAFF-FM Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 34°33′07″N 114°11′38″W / 34.552°N 114.194°W / 34.552; -114.194