KPLY

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KPLY
KPLY FoxSportsReno logo.jpg
City Reno, Nevada
Broadcast area Reno, Nevada
Branding Fox Sports 630
Frequency 630 kHz
Translator(s) K273BI 94.9 Truckee, CA
First air date 1924 (as KOH)
Format Sports
Power 5,000 watts (day)
1,000 watts (night)
Class B
Facility ID 50304
Transmitter coordinates 39°34′25.00″N 119°50′48.00″W / 39.5736111°N 119.8466667°W / 39.5736111; -119.8466667
Former callsigns KOH (1924-1994)
KRCV (1994-1995)
KNRC (1995-1996)
KHIT (1996-1998)
KPTT (1998-2005)
Affiliations Fox Sports Radio, Premiere Radio Networks, Dial Global
Owner Lotus Communications Corporation
(Lotus Radio Corp.)
Website foxsports630.com

KPLY (630 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Sports radio format. Licensed to Reno, Nevada, United States, the station serves the Reno area. The station is currently owned by Lotus Radio Corp. and features programming from Fox Sports Radio, Premiere Radio Networks and Dial Global.[1]

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The station went on the air as KOH on 1928-09-13. KOH retained this call until 1994-03-10 (1994-03-18, by FCC records). In 1994, as part of a complex realignment of stations in the Reno area, the KOH intellectual unit moved to 780 AM under the calls KKOH, while 630 AM changed its calls to KRCV. On 1995-12-08, the station changed its call sign to KNRC, on 1996-02-19 to KHIT. On 1998-11-17 the station changed to KPTT, on 2005-03-16 to the current KPLY.[2] It is a radio affiliate for the Los Angeles Rams.

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