KCHL

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KCHL
City San Antonio, Texas
Broadcast area San Antonio, Texas
Branding Gospel 1480
Frequency 1480 kHz
Translator(s) 92.1 K221GF (San Antonio)
First air date 1480: 1960
92.1: December 16, 2016
Format Urban Gospel
Language(s) English
Audience share 0.0 Steady (current, Nielsen Audio[1])
Power 1480: 2,500 watts day
90 watts night
ERP 92.1: 29 watts
HAAT 92.1: 165 meters
Class 1480: D
92.1: D
Former callsigns KAPE (1960-1988)
KCHL (1988-1991)
KMMZ (1991-1992)
Owner Darrell E. Martin
Website www.kchl.org

KCHL is an Urban Gospel radio station based in San Antonio, Texas and broadcast on 1480 AM.

History[edit]

KCHL's format history includes Urban Contemporary (or Soul) as KAPE from the mid 60's to 1990. The station later changed its call letters to KCHL and flipped to an Urban Gospel format that still airs to this day.

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Coordinates: 29°24′45″N 98°24′52″W / 29.41250°N 98.41444°W / 29.41250; -98.41444