KXO-FM

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KXO-FM
City El Centro, California
Broadcast area Imperial Valley
Branding KXO FM 107
Slogan Today's Hits and Yesterday's Favorites
Frequency 107.5 MHz
First air date August 2, 1976[1]
Format Adult contemporary
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 87 meters
Class B
Facility ID 35970
Transmitter coordinates 32°48′24″N 115°32′44″W / 32.80667°N 115.54556°W / 32.80667; -115.54556Coordinates: 32°48′24″N 115°32′44″W / 32.80667°N 115.54556°W / 32.80667; -115.54556
Callsign meaning derived from AM sister station
Owner KXO Inc.
Sister stations KXO
Website KXO-FM

KXO-FM is an FM radio station. KXO FM broadcasts at 107.5 MHz on the FM radio dial and brands itself as FM107. The station is owned and operated by KXO Inc., a broadcasting company in El Centro. It is the sister radio station of KXO AM 1230 in El Centro, California.

It broadcasts an adult contemporary format and features local news from the Imperial Valley. The station has featured the same air talent for a number of years. Carroll Buckley, the station's vice president, broadcasts a morning show. Traci Lyon Ramirez and Gabe Lemuz provide afternoon shows and George Gail, along with Buckley and station president Gene Brister, provides local news coverage.

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