KARM

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KARM
City Visalia, California
Broadcast area Visalia-Tulare
Slogan Family Friendly Radio Serving California's Central Valley
Frequency 89.7 and 90.5 MHz
Format Contemporary Inspirational
ERP 1,000 watts
HAAT 247.0 meters
Class B1
Facility ID 26360
Transmitter coordinates 36°38′10″N 118°56′32″W / 36.63611°N 118.94222°W / 36.63611; -118.94222Coordinates: 36°38′10″N 118°56′32″W / 36.63611°N 118.94222°W / 36.63611; -118.94222
Owner Harvest Broadcasting Company, Inc.
Website MyPromiseFM.com

KARM (89.7 FM), operating as Promise FM, is a Christian radio station broadcasting a Contemporary Inspirational format. Licensed to Visalia, California, United States, it serves the Visalia-Tulare area. Its programming aired in Modesto and the San Joaquin Valley via its former sister station, KADV. The station is currently owned by Harvest Broadcasting Company, Inc.[1]

The callsign was also used for a station broadcasting on 1430 AM in Fresno, California as the ABC radio affiliate in the 1950s and 1960s. At that time it was the second-oldest AM station in the Fresno market (after KMJ) having gotten its start on 1310 kHz with 100 watts in 1938.[2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Promise FM: Family Friendly Radio
  2. ^ Fresno Bee, radio logs (various dates)
  3. ^ White's Radio Log (various dates)

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