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CityReno, Nevada
BrandingRelevant Radio
Frequency920 kHz
First air date1946
FormatCatholic Religious radio
Power4,800 watts (day)
850 watts (night)
Facility ID53707
Transmitter coordinates39°30′50″N 119°42′52″W / 39.51389°N 119.71444°W / 39.51389; -119.71444Coordinates: 39°30′50″N 119°42′52″W / 39.51389°N 119.71444°W / 39.51389; -119.71444
Callsign meaningImmaculate Heart of Mary
OwnerRelevant Radio
(Immaculate Heart Media, Inc.)

KIHM (920 kHz) is an AM radio station broadcasting a Catholic religious radio format. Licensed to Reno, Nevada, United States, it serves the Reno area. The station is currently owned by Relevant Radio through its parent company, Immaculate Heart Media.

In 1946, the station first signed on as KOLO.[1] It was owned by the Reno Broadcasting Company and carried programs from the CBS Radio Network.

From 1956 to 1987, it was a sister station to Reno's channel 8, a CBS and later ABC affiliate which still has the KOLO-TV call letters.


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