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City Santa Ana, California
Broadcast area Orange County
Branding Radio VNCR
Frequency 1480 kHz
First air date 1923
Format Vietnamese
Power 5,000 watts
Class B
Facility ID 37223
Transmitter coordinates 33°45′0.00″N 117°54′38.00″W / 33.7500000°N 117.9105556°W / 33.7500000; -117.9105556
Owner Liberman Broadcasting
(LBI Radio License LLC)
Webcast [1]
Website nguoiviet.tv/vncr

KVNR is a Vietnamese-language AM radio station broadcasting at a frequency of 1480 kilohertz in Orange and Los Angeles counties in California. It is owned by Liberman Broadcasting, and broadcasts Little Saigon Radio, which is also broadcast to the San Jose (KSJX) and Houston (KJOZ, KYND) areas. The station used to be known as KWIZ, Santa Ana, and broadcast an adult contemporary format.

The format includes various shows that serve the largest Vietnamese population in the United States. They include talk shows, newscasts, variety shows, and popular music. The station also rebroadcasts the Vietnamese services of Radio France Internationale and BBC World Service live daily.

This station directly competes with KALI-FM (106.3) in Vietnamese-language programming in Southern California.

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