KISZ-FM

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KISZ-FM
KISZ 97.9-99.3KISSCountry logo.png
City Cortez, Colorado
Broadcast area Four Corners area
Branding Kiss Country
Slogan The 4-Corners Country Station
Frequency 97.9 MHz
Translator(s) K257DQ (99.3 MHz, Farmington, New Mexico)
First air date 1979
Format Contemporary Hit Country
Power 100,000 Watts
HAAT 399 meters (1,309 ft)
Class C
Facility ID 54005
Callsign meaning "Kiss Country"
Owner American General Media
(Winton Road Broadcasting, LLC)
Sister stations KENN, KRWN, KPRT-FM, KPTE, KKDG, KDGO, KRTZ, KVFC
Webcast Listen Live
Website Kiss Country Online

KISZ-FM, 97.9 "Kiss Country," is a country music radio station in the Four Corners area of the Western United States. It is licensed to Cortez, Colorado and is owned by Winton Road Broadcasting Company, LLC. Bill Kruger-Regional Director, Don Kirk-Program Director. Overnights feature "Kickin It With Kix", hosted by Kix Brooks. Weekday mornings are hosted by nationally syndicated Big D, and Bubba. Evenings feature Lia Night, and the award-winning "Nights with Lia" Monday through Saturday. "Solid Gold Saturday Morning" airs 6-10am each Saturday morning. Sunday's feature the "American Christian Music Review", Thunder Road", "American Country Countdown", and "The Road".

The station also has a booster, KISZ-FM1 in Farmington, New Mexico.

KISZ went on the air on April 17, 1979.

External links[edit]

Query the FCC's FM station database for K257DQ

Coordinates: 37°21′47″N 108°09′04″W / 37.363°N 108.151°W / 37.363; -108.151