KQEQ

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KQEQ
KQEQ logo.jpg
City Fresno, California
Broadcast area Fresno area
Frequency 1210 kHz
First air date 1962
Format Spanish Christian
Power 5,000 watts day
370 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 33252
Transmitter coordinates 36°46′14″N 119°55′20″W / 36.77056°N 119.92222°W / 36.77056; -119.92222 (day)
36°39′37″N 119°41′1″W / 36.66028°N 119.68361°W / 36.66028; -119.68361 (night)
Former callsigns KLIP (1962-1989)
KRGO (1989-1995)

KQEQ (1210 AM) is a Spanish Christian radio station. On May 27, 2015, Spice Radio purchased the station from RAK Communications for $750,000.[1] The purchase was consummated on November 25, 2015. Licensed to Fowler, California, United States, the station serves the Fresno area.[2]

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The station went on the air as KLIP in 1962. The call letters were changed to KRGO on March 20, 1989. On April 1, 1995, the station changed its call sign to KQEQ.[3] The Hmong Radio (New Wave Broadcasting) Laotian language and Hmong language programming to serve America's largest Hmong and Laotian community.[citation needed] On September 2010, it was announced on the radio that the station was going to change to KGED 1680 AM in order to reach Hmomg residents of Bakersfield and San Francisco more easily.

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