KINT-FM

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KINT-FM
KINT-KSVE JoseFM93.9 logo.png
City El Paso, Texas
Broadcast area El Paso area
Branding "Jose FM"
Slogan Nunca sabes lo que va a tocar
Frequency 93.9 MHz
First air date March 18, 1994
Format Spanish Adult Hits
Power 8.5 kW daytime
850 watts nighttime (AM)
ERP 96 kW
100 kW with beam tilt (FM)
HAAT 433 meters (1,421 ft) (FM)
Class C (FM)
B (AM)
Facility ID 51709
Transmitter coordinates 31°47′46″N 106°28′57″W / 31.79611°N 106.48250°W / 31.79611; -106.48250Coordinates: 31°47′46″N 106°28′57″W / 31.79611°N 106.48250°W / 31.79611; -106.48250
Callsign meaning From the television station: KINT-TV
Former callsigns KSVE (1994)
Owner Entravision Communications
(Entravision Holdings, LLC)
Sister stations KYSE, KHRO, KOFX-FM
Website jose939.com

KINT-FM (93.9 FM) is licensed to serve El Paso, Texas. The station is currently owned by Entravision Communications.[1] The station is airing a format called "Jose FM" & simulcasts on KSVE AM 1650, licensed to El Paso. Its studio facilities are located on North Mesa Street/Highway 20 in northwest El Paso, and its transmitter is located atop the Franklin Mountains in the El Paso city limits.

History[edit]

Prior to Spanish Language programing, this station aired Hot AC and CHR formats.

On March 18, 1994, the station changed its call sign to KSVE; then on May 20, 1994 to the current KINT-FM.[2]

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