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City of license Logan, Utah
Broadcast area Logan, Utah
Salt Lake City, Utah
Bear Lake, Utah
Branding Utah's VFX
Slogan Utah's Hottest Music
Frequency 94.5 MHz
Translator(s) 97.1 K246AW (Hyde Park)
98.3 K252DI (Salt Lake City)
98.3 K252EL (Tremonton)
100.3 K262CA (Richmond)
102.3 K272AX (Laketown-Garden City)
105.5 K288BU (Randolph-Woodruff)
Repeaters 94.5 KVFX-FM1 (Tremonton)
First air date 1974 (as KVWJ)
Format Top 40 (CHR)
ERP 94,000 watts
HAAT 350 meters
Class C0
Facility ID 55458
Transmitter coordinates 41°53′50.00″N 111°57′39.00″W / 41.8972222°N 111.9608333°W / 41.8972222; -111.9608333Coordinates: 41°53′50.00″N 111°57′39.00″W / 41.8972222°N 111.9608333°W / 41.8972222; -111.9608333
Former callsigns KVWJ (11/11/1974)
KMXL (1982-1984)
KVFM (1984-1997)
Owner Sun Valley Radio,Inc.
Sister stations KVNU, KLZX, KKEX, KLGN, KBLQ, KGNT
Webcast Listen Live
Website utahsvfx.com

KVFX, also known as VFX, is a Top 40 (CHR) radio station broadcasting in the Logan- Salt Lake City-Ogden, Utah metropolitan area. It is owned by the Sun Valley Radio, Inc. KVFX-FM also broadcasts via translator in Salt Lake City, at 98.3 (MHz) and Tremonton at 98.3 MHz. The Station has been branded "Utah's VFX". The station's studios are in Logan and the main transmitter (for 94.5 FM) is in Trenton.


The station was assigned the call letters KMXL on May 17, 1982. On May 16, 1984, the station changed its call sign to KVFM and on December 15, 1997 to the current KVFX.[1]


  1. ^ "KVFX Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2009-10-19. 

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