|City||Apache Junction, Arizona|
|Broadcast area||Phoenix, Arizona|
|Slogan||Nunca Sabes Lo Que Va A Tocar|
|Frequency||107.1 MHz (also on HD Radio)|
|First air date||July 1, 1973 (as KSTM)|
|Format||Spanish Adult hits|
|HAAT||102 meters (335 ft)|
|Former callsigns||KSTM (1973-1987)|
(Entravision Holdings, LLC)
KVVA-FM (107.1 FM, "Radio Jose") is a radio station licensed to Apache Junction, Arizona, broadcasting a Spanish Adult Hits music format. The station serves the Phoenix area. The station, owned by Entravision Communications, it was part of the "Super Estrella" satellite network until 2009. Its studios are located in Phoenix near Sky Harbor Airport, and the transmitter is located in Mesa.
KVVA-FM was originally "KSTM The Storm" and had a rock format prior to its switch to Spanish Top 40 in 1987.
In 2000, Entravision acquired both KVVA and KMJK and combined the two into a simulcast for its "Radio Romántica" format. In 2005 they would flip to Super Estrella, as part of the Super Estrella Network programmed by Edgar Pineda from its base in Los Angeles' Entravision Radio Division. In September 2008 it was switched to Jose FM, a Spanish adult hits format.
- "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database.