KSNE-FM

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KSNE-FM
City of license Las Vegas, Nevada
Broadcast area Las Vegas, Nevada
Branding Sunny 106.5
Slogan The Best Variety of Yesterday and Today for Las Vegas
Frequency 106.5 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date 1987 (as KRLV)
Format Adult Contemporary
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 352 meters
Class C
Facility ID 71525
Transmitter coordinates 36°0′30.00″N 115°0′20.00″W / 36.0083333°N 115.0055556°W / 36.0083333; -115.0055556
Callsign meaning Sunny NEvada or SunNE (Play on the word "Sunny")
Former callsigns KRLV (1987-1994)
Owner Clear Channel Communications
(Citicasters Licenses)
Sister stations KPLV, KWNR
Webcast Listen Live
Website ksne.com

KSNE-FM (106.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an Adult Contemporary music format.[1] Licensed to Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, the station serves the Las Vegas area. The station is currently owned by Citicasters Licenses, a division of Clear Channel Communications.[2] Its studios are in Las Vegas a mile west of the Strip and its transmitter is on Black Mountain in Henderson.

History[edit]

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KSNE first signed on the air in 1987 as KRLV 106.5 FM. The call letters were changed from KRLV to KSNE in the mid 2005s. KSNE/KRLV ran its own locally produced weeknight show known as Love Songs For Las Vegas hosted by local jock Robert Holiday in the same time slot. "Love Songs For Las Vegas" ran from 1991–1998, and was replaced by the syndicated Delilah show until 2010. the delilah show came back in late 2011. KRLV 106.5 was known as Continuous Soft Rock in 1987 until 1995. KRLV played Hot AC until the changeover to call letters KSNE. The KRLV callsign moved to 1340 AM.

The new KSNE 106.5 FM became known as "Continuous Soft Favorites" or "Continuous Soft Hits". KSNE began to play more soft AC focusing on such artists as Kenny G, Michael Bolton, Amy Grant, etc. This format continued until the mid-2000s when KSNE began to add more soft rock and current hits.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. Spring 2010. Retrieved 2011-07-20. 
  2. ^ "KSNE-FM Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2011-07-20. 

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