KRDA

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KRDA
Recuerdo 107.5 logo.jpg
City of license Hanford, California
Broadcast area Fresno area
Branding Recuerdo 10 Seguiditas
Frequency 107.5 MHz
Format Spanish Adult Hits
Audience share 0.7, #29 (Fa'07, R&R[1])
ERP 24,600 watts
HAAT 215 meters
Class B
Facility ID 26266
Transmitter coordinates 36°38′12.00″N 118°56′34.00″W / 36.6366667°N 118.9427778°W / 36.6366667; -118.9427778
Former callsigns KMMA (1991-1991)
KCML (1991-1993)
KMPH-FM (1993-2005)
KVBE (2005-2006)
Owner Univision Radio License Corporation
Website KRDA Online

KRDA (107.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish adult hits format. Licensed to Hanford, California, USA, the station serves the Fresno area. The station is currently owned by Univision Radio License Corporation.[2]

History[edit]

The station went on the air as KMMA on 1991-04-22. On 1991-10-07, the station changed its call sign to KCML, on 1993-02-22 to KMPH-FM, on 2005-04-04 to KVBE, and on 2006-01-31 to the current KRDA,[3]

References in Pop Culture[edit]

In an episode of second season of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, news producer Lou Grant makes a reference to another TV station in the Minneapolis market in the latter half of the show, using the call letters KRDA. He asked character Mary Richards to phone their station manager for information on a particular story.

In S.W.A.T. (TV series) Any Second Now (Season 2, Episode 22), aired March 13, 1976, KRDA was the station name that was broken into by The New Patriots terrorist group and the staff held hostage for the release of the group's leader.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fresno Market Ratings". Radio and Records. 
  2. ^ "KRDA Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 
  3. ^ "KRDA Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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