KHFM

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KHFM
City of licenseSanta Fe, New Mexico
Broadcast areaSanta Fe, Albuquerque and northern New Mexico
Frequency95.5 MHz
Translator(s)95.9 K240CN (Ruidoso)
First air dateAugust 15, 1965 (as KSNM)
FormatClassical music
ERP19,000 watts
HAAT546 meters
ClassC1
Facility ID52813
Former callsignsKSNM (1965-1984)
KNYN (1984-1997)
KBFG (1997-1998)
KMMG (1998-2001)
OwnerAmerican General Media
Webcast[1]
Websiteclassicalkhfm.com
 
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KHFM
City of licenseSanta Fe, New Mexico
Broadcast areaSanta Fe, Albuquerque and northern New Mexico
Frequency95.5 MHz
Translator(s)95.9 K240CN (Ruidoso)
First air dateAugust 15, 1965 (as KSNM)
FormatClassical music
ERP19,000 watts
HAAT546 meters
ClassC1
Facility ID52813
Former callsignsKSNM (1965-1984)
KNYN (1984-1997)
KBFG (1997-1998)
KMMG (1998-2001)
OwnerAmerican General Media
Webcast[1]
Websiteclassicalkhfm.com

KHFM is an FM radio station based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States of America. Its broadcasts are primarily of classical music, with frequent selections drawn from musical theatre, interspersed among the classical pieces. Its main broadcast is on 95.5 MHz licensed to Santa Fe. Its broadcasts are also passed through several repeater stations to extend its range, and in addition, are available on-line by way of the station's web site (see following section).

Translators

KHFM had existed for many years on 96.3 FM, but in March 2001 Citadel Broadcasting, the stations parent company at the time, had planned to drop the format in favor of classic rock. American General Media had agreed to pick up the format for 95.5.

Past formats[edit]

Call lettersFormatNameTime period
KSNMEasy listening1965-1984
KNYNCountry"Canyon Country"1984-1997
KBFGCountry"Froggy 95.5"1997-1998
KMMGRhythmic oldies"Mega 95-5"1998-2001

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Coordinates: 35°46′48″N 106°31′41″W / 35.780°N 106.528°W / 35.780; -106.528