KUNX

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KUNX
City Santa Paula, California
Broadcast area Ventura County, California
Branding LA SUPER X 1400 AM & 102.5 FM
Frequency 1400 kHz
Repeater(s) 102.5 kHz K27CT
First air date 1948 (as KSPA)
Format Regional Mexican
Power 1,000 watts
Class C
Facility ID 70562
Former callsigns KSPA (1948-1966)
KQIQ (1966-1971)
KAAP (1971-1980)
KKBZ (1980-1983)
KAAP (1983-1987)
KCZN (1987-1989)
KZTR (1989-1991)
KKZZ (1991-2004)
KUNX (2004-2008)
KKZZ (2008-2015)
Owner Gold Coast Broadcasting LLC

KUNX (1400 AM) is a Regional Mexican as LA SUPER X 1400 AM & 102.5 formatted radio station licensed to Santa Paula, California. It has had numerous formats since originally signing on as KSPA in 1948, including country (as KQIQ), all-news (as KAAP), and Spanish language (as KUNX). It used the KKZZ call letters for a long period as an adult standards station in the 1990s. In recent years, some of its programs were a simulcast of nearby KKZZ.

In February, 2013, it switched to the Spanish language Radio Formula Spanish News/Talk format, In March 2017, It Added An FM Simulcast Signal On 102.5 kHz, In May Of That Same Year, It Changed To Regional Mexican And The Brand Name To LA SUPER X.

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Coordinates: 34°19′48″N 119°05′31″W / 34.33000°N 119.09194°W / 34.33000; -119.09194