KMBH-FM

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KMBH-FM
City of license Harlingen, Texas
Branding Public Radio 88FM
Frequency 88.1 (MHz)
Format Public radio
ERP 3,000 Watts
HAAT 91 meters
Class A
Transmitter coordinates 26°10′46″N 97°30′06″W / 26.17944°N 97.50167°W / 26.17944; -97.50167
Affiliations National Public Radio
Owner Roman Catholic Diocese of Brownsville
(RGV Educational Broadcasting, Inc.)
Website http://www.kmbh.org/

KMBH-FM (88.9 FM), is a National Public Radio member station in Harlingen, Texas, United States. KMBH-FM, with its transmitter located in Lozano, signed on the air in April 1991 and began airing NPR programming in June of the same year. KMBH-FM's signal was limited mainly to Cameron County, Texas until July 1992, when satellite station KHID-FM 88.1 FM McAllen began broadcasting with its transmitter located in Alton, covering the Hidalgo County area.

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