KYLI

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KYLI
City of license Bunkerville, Nevada
Broadcast area Las Vegas Valley
St. George, Utah
Branding "Jelli 96.7"
Frequency 96.7 (MHz)
Repeaters Sunrise Manor, Nevada (KYLI-FM1)
Format Dance Top 40
ERP 93,000 watts
HAAT 637 meters
Class C
Facility ID 164142
Transmitter coordinates 36°38′7.00″N 114°07′18.00″W / 36.6352778°N 114.1216667°W / 36.6352778; -114.1216667
Callsign meaning YLI= Scrambled letters sounded to say "Jelli" (no relation to KY Jelly)
Former callsigns KHIJ
Owner Aurora Media, LLC
Website Official website

KYLI (96.7 FM) is a radio station serving the Moapa Valley, St. George, Utah and Las Vegas areas, but focused on Las Vegas as a rimshot station. Licensed to Bunkerville, Nevada, the Aurora Media, LLC outlet operates at 96.7 MHz with an ERP of 93 kW and broadcasts from a transmitter site near the Arizona border south of Bunkerville. The station also operates a co-channel booster, KYLI-FM1 in Sunrise Manor, Nevada, closer to Las Vegas.

The station, which previously had a Country format with the call letters KHIJ, flipped to a new interactive Dance Top 40 radio format known as Jelli, replacing former co-owned sister station KXLI's former format after it flipped to Jelli's interactive Rock format, in June 2011.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Two Vegas Stations To Go Jelli" from Kurt Hanson.com

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