KLOK-FM

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KLOK-FM
City of licenseGreenfield, California
Broadcast areaSanta Cruz area
BrandingLa Tricolor
Frequency99.5 MHz
Repeaters99.9 K260AA (Carmel Valley)
First air dateJanuary 1, 1994
FormatRegional Mexican
Audience share0.7, #26 (Fa'07, R&R[1])
ERP30,000 watts
HAAT195 meters
ClassB
Facility ID49100
Transmitter coordinates36°27′51″N 121°17′52″W / 36.46417°N 121.29778°W / 36.46417; -121.29778Coordinates: 36°27′51″N 121°17′52″W / 36.46417°N 121.29778°W / 36.46417; -121.29778
Former callsignsKSUR-FM (1994-1994)
KKHI-FM (1994-1994)
KSUR-FM (1994-1994)
OwnerEntravision Holdings, LLC
WebsiteRADIO TRICOLOR Monterey Salinas
 
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KLOK-FM
City of licenseGreenfield, California
Broadcast areaSanta Cruz area
BrandingLa Tricolor
Frequency99.5 MHz
Repeaters99.9 K260AA (Carmel Valley)
First air dateJanuary 1, 1994
FormatRegional Mexican
Audience share0.7, #26 (Fa'07, R&R[1])
ERP30,000 watts
HAAT195 meters
ClassB
Facility ID49100
Transmitter coordinates36°27′51″N 121°17′52″W / 36.46417°N 121.29778°W / 36.46417; -121.29778Coordinates: 36°27′51″N 121°17′52″W / 36.46417°N 121.29778°W / 36.46417; -121.29778
Former callsignsKSUR-FM (1994-1994)
KKHI-FM (1994-1994)
KSUR-FM (1994-1994)
OwnerEntravision Holdings, LLC
WebsiteRADIO TRICOLOR Monterey Salinas

KLOK-FM (99.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Regional Mexican format. Licensed to Greenfield, California, USA, the station serves the Santa Cruz area. The station is currently owned by Entravision Holdings, LLC.[2]

History[edit]

The station went on the air as KSUR-FM on 1994-01-01. on 1994-07-15, the station changed its call sign to KKHI-FM, on 1994-09-30 to KSUR-FM, on 1995-01-17 to the current KLok.[3]

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