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the link at the bottom of this page to the FCC database is incorrect, it links to a station in texas called KISS FM and not KIIS FM in los angeles. i couldn't find the link on the edit page so maybe someone else can do it?
The ERP (at 8,000 watts) appears extremely low compared with stations such as K-EARTH, especially considering that KIIS is as well-known as it is. Should someone try to find out why this is so and add to the article accordingly?
KIIS-FM transmits with the maximum facilities allowed for a class-B station on Mount Wilson. KRTH was built before the current power limits were enacted in 1964. Since both stations are class-Bs, the FCC considers them to be entitled to the same protection from interference, despite the difference in power. Presumably KIIS-FM was at one of the other transmitter sites in 1964 (I have no data -- perhaps Flint Peak in Glendale? or perhaps at the 570 site, since it was KLAC-FM at the time?) and so was not grandfathered when it moved up to Wilson. 121a0012 (talk) 04:12, 15 January 2008 (UTC)