KOLZ
KAZX Star102.9-107.7 logo.png
Broadcast areaFour Corners
Frequency102.9 MHz
BrandingStar 102.9 & 107.7
Programming
FormatTop 40 (CHR)
AffiliationsFox News Radio, Premiere Networks
Ownership
Owner
KCQL, KDAG, KKFG, KTRA-FM
History
First air date
November 1999 (1999-11)
Former call signs
KAZX (1998–2021)[1]
Technical information
Facility ID76749
ClassC0
ERP100,000 watts
HAAT303 meters (994 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
36°48′52″N 107°53′34.2″W / 36.81444°N 107.892833°W / 36.81444; -107.892833Coordinates: 36°48′52″N 107°53′34.2″W / 36.81444°N 107.892833°W / 36.81444; -107.892833
Links
WebcastListen live
WebsiteOfficial website

KOLZ (102.9 FM) is a Top 40 (CHR) radio station licensed to Kirtland, New Mexico. The station serves the Four Corners area and is currently owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. It features local programming, as well as programming from Premiere Networks, including the Elvis Duran & the Morning Show, Remix Top 30 Most Requested Live, the American Top 40 and On Air With Ryan Seacrest.[2][3]

The station signed on in November 1999 as KAZX, playing Christmas music;[4][5] aside from this stunt, the station has featured the "Star" contemporary hit radio format for its entire history.[6] The KOLZ call sign was moved to this station from KABQ-FM in Corrales in 2021.

FM translator

KOLZ relays its signal to an FM translator broadcasting on 107.7 MHz in order to improve coverage in Durango.

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license Facility
ID
ERP
(W)
Height
(m (ft))
Class FCC info
K299AJ 107.7 Durango, Colorado 29594 150 122 m (400 ft) D FCC LMS

References

  1. ^ https://fccdata.org/?facid=&call=KOLZ&ccode=1&city=&state=&country=US&zip=&arn=&party=&lmspf=&lmspl=&party_type=LICEN&latd=&lond=&lang=en
  2. ^ "KOLZ Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  3. ^ "KAZX Station Information Profile". Arbitron.
  4. ^ "Format Changes & Updates" (PDF). The M Street Journal. November 17, 1999. p. 2. Retrieved March 6, 2022.
  5. ^ "M Street Bazaar…People, Productsm and Programming" (PDF). The M Street Journal. November 17, 1999. p. 8. Retrieved March 6, 2022.
  6. ^ "Format Changes & Updates" (PDF). The M Street Journal. January 5, 2000. p. 2. Retrieved March 6, 2022.