KEXA

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KEXA
CityKing City, California
Broadcast areaSalinas Valley, California
BrandingLa Jefa
Frequency93.9 (MHz)
First air date1982
FormatRegional Mexican
ERP5,400 watts
HAAT214 meters
ClassB1
Facility ID67104
Transmitter coordinates36°22′48.00″N 121°12′57.00″W / 36.3800000°N 121.2158333°W / 36.3800000; -121.2158333
Callsign meaningEXA FM (Former meaning; patterned format after Mexican radio network)
OwnerDaniel Alcantar
(Inspiration Media Network, LLC)

KEXA (93.9 FM) is an American radio station licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to serve the community of King City, California, which is in Southern Monterey County. KEXA-FM is licensed to and operated by Daniel Alcantar, through licensee Inspiration Media Network, LLC.

KEXA previously had a bilingual Top 40 format named Exa FM until May 2, 2008 [1] that was targeted at the Salinas Valley's Hispanic population. It had licensed the format from MVS Radio of Mexico.

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