KFYZ

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KFYZ-FM
City of license Ellwood, California
Broadcast area Santa Barbara, California
Branding Z94.5
Slogan Santa Barbara's Hit Music
Frequency 94.5 MHz
First air date February 6, 1989 (as KCQR)
Format Top 40
ERP 810 watts
880 watts with beam tilt
HAAT 899 meters
Class B
Facility ID 61058
Former callsigns KCQR (1989–1995)
KSPE-FM (1995–2010)
Owner Rincon Broadcasting LLC
(Rincon License Subsidiary LLC)
Sister stations KIST, KSBL, KSPE, KTMS, KTYD
Website z945.com

KFYZ-FM ("Z94.5") is a commercial radio station in Santa Barbara, California, broadcasting on 94.5 FM. Previously a simulcast of Regional Mexican KIST, the station flipped to a Top 40/CHR format on December 23, 2010, with an emphasis on upbeat currents and classic party hits from the 80s and 90s. In April 2012, the station started to shift its focus on more present day Top 40 hits.[1]

Formats[edit]

Rock (1989–1995) 94 Rock
Regional Mexican (1995–2005) La Musical
Regional Mexican (2005-2010) La Preciosa
Rhythmic AC (2010–2012) Z94.5
CHR/Top 40 (2012–present) Z94.5

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KFYZ Flips From Spanish To English Hits" from All Access (December 23, 2010)

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Coordinates: 34°31′34″N 119°57′32″W / 34.526°N 119.959°W / 34.526; -119.959