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KLXR-AM 1230 radio logo.jpg
City Redding, California
Branding AM 1230
Slogan "Music & Memories"
Frequency 1230 kHz
First air date August 1956
Format Adult standards
Language(s) English
Power 1,000 watts
Class C
Facility ID 55413
Transmitter coordinates 40°33′14″N 122°22′53″W / 40.55389°N 122.38139°W / 40.55389; -122.38139
Former callsigns KRDG (?-1982)
KPAK (1982-1989)
Owner Michael R. Quinn
Sister stations KCNR

KLXR (1230 AM, "Radio 1230") is an adult standards formatted radio station based in Redding, California. It features programing from Dial Global's America's Best Music format. The station owner is Michael R. Quinn, who used to own KCNR (1460 AM). The station is heard primarily in Shasta County only. The transmitter latitude is 40.553889 and longitude is -122.381389. Morning Show: Jimbo and Sue in the Morning. Featuring Jim Albertson and Sue McLain. Jim Albertson has been in broadcasting for 56 years, Sue McLain has been in broadcasting for 26 years.

The station was originally licensed as KRDG, changed callsigns to KPAK on December 17, 1982 and finally to KLXR on May 12, 1989.[1] Ownership of KPAK AM 1230KC was changed in June 1987 from Martineau Broadcasting to Radio KPAK Incorporated[1] with Franke Clark President and Richard Eisman C.E.O. and sold to Michael R. Quinn on 12 May 1989.

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