KLMY

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"KAST-FM" redirects here. For the AM radio station in Astoria, Oregon, United States, see KAST (AM).
KLMY
City of license Long Beach, Washington
Broadcast area North Oregon Coast
Branding Clammy 99.7
Slogan All the Music You Dig!
Frequency 99.7 MHz
First air date May 1989 (as KKEE at 94.3)
Format Hot AC
ERP 15,000 watts
HAAT 71 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 38910
Transmitter coordinates 46°18′51″N 124°3′7″W / 46.31417°N 124.05194°W / 46.31417; -124.05194Coordinates: 46°18′51″N 124°3′7″W / 46.31417°N 124.05194°W / 46.31417; -124.05194
Callsign meaning KLamMY (Clammy)[1]
Former callsigns KLBP (1/1986-11/1986, CP)
KKEE (1986-2001)
KKEE-FM (1/11/2001-1/18/2001)
KAQX (2001-2006)
KAST-FM (2006-2009)
KJOX-FM (2009-2010)
Former frequencies 94.3 MHz (1989-2006)
Affiliations Jones Radio Network, Dial Global
Owner New Northwest Broadcasters, LLC
Sister stations KAST, KCRX-FM, KVAS, KVAS-FM
Webcast Listen Live
Website clammy997.com

KLMY (99.7 FM) is a radio station licensed to Long Beach, Washington, USA. The station is owned by New Northwest Broadcasters, LLC and features programing from Jones Radio Network and Dial Global.[2]

History[edit]

The station went on the air as KLBP on 1986-01-30. on 1986-11-28, the station changed its call sign to KKEE, on 2001-01-11 to KKEE-FM, on 2001-01-18 to KAQX, on 2006-01-30 to KAST-FM with an Adult Contemporary format, on 2009-01-14 to KJOX-FM with a Sports format (ESPN), and on 2010-02-23 it changed calls to the current KLMY.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Call Letter Origins". Radio History on the Web. 
  2. ^ "KLMY Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 
  3. ^ "KLMY Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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