KLJR-FM

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KLJR-FM
KLJR lamejor96.7 logo.png
City Santa Paula, California
Broadcast area Oxnard-Ventura, California
Branding La Mejor In Englsh The Best 96.7 FM
Slogan Mas Mas Musica Slogan in English More More Music
Frequency 96.7 MHz
First air date 1976 (as KAAP-FM)
Format Regional Mexican
ERP 280 watts
HAAT 457 meters
Class A
Facility ID 35925
Former callsigns KAAP-FM (1976-1982)
KKBZ-FM (1982-1986)
KIEZ (1986-1989)
KXPT (1989-1990)
KXBS (1990-1998)
KCZN (1998-2004)
Owner Radio Lazer
(Lazer Licenses)
Sister stations KXTT, KJOR
Webcast Listen Live
Website La Mejor 96.7 Official website

KLJR-FM (96.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting to the Oxnard and Ventura areas on 96.7 MHz FM. Licensed to Santa Paula, California, the station airs a regional Mexican format and is currently owned by Radio Lazer.

History[edit]

The station went on the air as KAAP-FM in 1976 with an adult contemporary format. In 1982 it became album rock KKBZ-FM ("The Buzz") before returning to a soft rock format four years later as KIEZ. It was sold in 1989 and became smooth jazz station KXPT ("The Point") and oldies KXBS ("The Bus") before going Spanish as KCZN ("Corazon") in 1998. The current call letters and slogan were adopted in 2004. KLJR-FM has a booster station known as KLJR-FM1, also broadcasting on a frequency of 96.7 MHz.

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Coordinates: 34°19′34″N 119°02′20″W / 34.326°N 119.039°W / 34.326; -119.039