KLOB

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KLOB
CityThousand Palms, California
Broadcast areaPalm Springs, California
BrandingRadio La Suavecita 94.7
Frequency94.7 MHz
First air date1993
FormatRegional Mexican
ERP1,650 watts
HAAT195 meters (640 ft)
ClassA
Facility ID40518
Transmitter coordinates33°51′56.00″N 116°25′58.00″W / 33.8655556°N 116.4327778°W / 33.8655556; -116.4327778
Callsign meaningK Radio LOBo
OwnerEntravision Holdings, LLC
WebcastListen Live
WebsiteSuavecita 94.7

KLOB (94.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Regional Mexican format. Licensed to Thousand Palms, California, United States, it serves the Palm Springs area. The station is currently owned by Entravision Holdings, LLC. The nickname is "Radio Jose" as of mid-2009.

KLOB went on air in 1993 as "Radio Lobo" aired Mexican regional songs, then switched to "Radio Romántica" to play Latin rhythmical hits in 1999 and finally to the "Super estrella" format to air Hurban/Latin pop and rock en español music in 2004. As of 2012 it is a banda or Latin jazz station.

KLOB features radio personality Eddie "Piolín" Sotelo on his weekday morning program "el Piolín por la Manana" through his home station KSCA 101.9 FM in Los Angeles. It is the #1 rated radio program (in any language) for the Coachella Valley as well in the Los Angeles Area radio markets.

On January 6, 2009 KLOB changed its format to Spanish adult hits, branded as "Jose 94.7".

On January 8, 2018 KLOB changed their format from Spanish adult hits to regional Mexican, branded as "Radio La Suavecita 94.7".[1]

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