KCZO

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KCZO
City Carrizo Springs, Texas
Branding La Nueva Radio Cristiana Network
Frequency 92.1 MHz
Repeater(s) 88.9 (Barstow, )
90.5 (King City, )
91.9 (Lost Hills, )
89.7 (Mcfarland, )
89.5 (Porterville, )
89.3 (Red Bluff, )
91.3 (Ridgecrest, )
89.5 (Tipton, )
88.1 (Tulare, )
88.9 (Alamogordo, )
91.1 (Albuquerque, )
91.1 (Bismarck, )
89.1 (Enid, )
90.3 (Bay City, )
89.7 (Edna, )
89.5 (El Campo, )
88.1 (Freeport, )
88.1 (Hereford, )
91.1 (Louise, )
90.5 (Mineral Wells, )
91.9 (Port Lavaca, )
91.5 (San Marcos, )
90.1 (Victoria, )
Format Spanish Religious
ERP 25,000 watts
HAAT 92.0 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 51959
Transmitter coordinates 28°33′24″N 99°53′49″W / 28.55667°N 99.89694°W / 28.55667; -99.89694Coordinates: 28°33′24″N 99°53′49″W / 28.55667°N 99.89694°W / 28.55667; -99.89694
Owner Paulino Bernal Evangelism
Webcast no

KCZO (92.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish format. Licensed to Carrizo Springs, Texas, United States. The station is currently owned by Paulino Bernal Evangelism.[1]

Translators[edit]

In addition to the main station, KCZO is relayed by an additional 27 translators to widen its broadcast area.

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license FCC info
K212FE 90.3 Bay City, TX FCC
K209DN 89.7 Mcfarland, CA FCC
K216FJ 91.1 Tehachapi, CA FCC
K208EI 89.5 Porterville, CA FCC
K201FA 88.1 Freeport, TX FCC
K208DK 89.5 El Campo, TX FCC
K205DE 88.9 Alamogordo, NM FCC
K205EE 88.9 Barstow, CA FCC
K208DE 89.5 Tipton, CA FCC
K213CS 90.5 Mineral Wells, TX FCC
K209DB 89.7 Edna, TX FCC
K206CA 89.1 Enid, OK FCC
K216DV 91.1 Albuquerque, NM FCC
K207CM 89.3 Red Bluff, CA FCC
K211DR 90.1 Victoria, TX FCC
K201FB 88.1 Tulare, CA FCC
K216FN 91.1 Oroville, CA FCC
K217DA 91.3 Ridgecrest, CA FCC
K220GU 91.9 Lost Hills, CA FCC
K220HF 91.9 Port Lavaca, TX FCC
K213CR 90.5 King City, CA FCC
K216EI 91.1 Louise, TX FCC
K216FK 91.1 Bismarck, ND FCC
K219DY 91.7 Madera, CA FCC
K201EP 88.1 Hereford, TX FCC
K218CO 91.5 San Marcos, TX FCC

References[edit]

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

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