KLCX

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KLCX
CityPueblo, Colorado
Broadcast areaPueblo, Colorado
Branding"K-Love"
Slogan"Positive and Encouraging"
Frequency106.9 MHz
First air dateNovember 1979 (as KCSJ-FM at 107.1)
FormatChristian AC
ERP100,000 watts
HAAT73 meters (240 ft)
ClassC1
Facility ID25526
Transmitter coordinates37°56′40″N 104°59′56″W / 37.94444°N 104.99889°W / 37.94444; -104.99889
Callsign meaningK-Love CXlorado (X is a substitute for an O)
Former callsignsKCSJ-FM (1979-1989)
KGRQ-FM (1989-1993)
KNKN (1993-2009)
KIQN (2009-2014)
Former frequencies107.1 MHz (1979-2005)
AffiliationsK-Love
OwnerEducational Media Foundation
WebcastListen Live
Websiteklove.com

KLCX (106.9 FM) is a radio station licensed to Pueblo, Colorado. The station is operated by Educational Media Foundation.

History[edit]

The station sign on in November 1979 as KCSJ-FM at 107.1 FM. [1] The call sign changed to KGRQ-FM in 1989, to KNKN in 1993, to KIQN in 2009, and to the current KLCX on October 30, 2014. [2] The station moved to the 106.9 FM frequency in 2005.

On November 1, 2013, All Access reported [3] KIQN would be sold by United States CP, LLC to Educational Media Foundation in exchange for Calhan-based KKCS and $400,000 cash.

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