KTSL

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This article is about the radio station. For the Los Angeles television station that formerly used the KTSL callsign, see KCBS-TV.
KTSL
City of license Medical Lake, Washington
Broadcast area Spokane, Washington
Branding Air 1 Radio
Slogan Positive Hits
Frequency 101.9 MHz
First air date March 7, 1989 (as KAAR at 95.3)
Format Christian hits
ERP 28,500 watts
HAAT 198 meters
Class C2
Facility ID 63869
Transmitter coordinates 47°42′11.00″N 117°44′26.00″W / 47.7030556°N 117.7405556°W / 47.7030556; -117.7405556
Former callsigns KAAR (1988-1992)
Former frequencies 95.3 MHz (1989-1994)
Affiliations Air 1
Owner EMF Broadcasting
Webcast Listen Live
Website air1.com

KTSL (101.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a contemporary Christian format. Licensed to Medical Lake, Washington, USA, the station serves the Spokane area. As of May 2008, KTSL is owned by EMF Broadcasting.[1]

History[edit]

KTSL is one of the youngest radio stations in Spokane, having begun transmissions in 1991, initially calling itself "The Word In Music" and later "Power 101.9", to reflect a Christian rock style. In July 2001, Power 101.9 changed its name to "Spirit 101.9", also changing its format to a more worship-styled music. On July 4, 2005, amid a loss of ratings due to its recent format change, Spirit 101.9 changed its format back to a Christian rock style, calling itself "101.9 Spirit FM". As of May 2008, KTSL is broadcasting the Air 1 Radio Network, an adult contemporary format relying heavily on well established songs combined with a heavy dose of worship music. The KTSL call letters were previously used on channel 2 in Los Angeles, now KCBS-TV.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KTSL Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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