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Examples of "kdaz"
KDAZ (730 AM, "AM 730") is a Christian radio station based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, broadcasting to the Albuquerque area.
KDAZ broadcasts on a Class D broadcasting license with a directional antenna towards the north, to protect Class-A clear-channel station XEX-AM Mexico City at all hours, as well as broadcasts at low power at night, to additionally protect CKAC Montreal.
KDAZ can also be heard on the Sky Angel television programming service, located on channel 9773 over satellite and channel 229 over IPTV. Audio can also be heard on television stations KCHF channel 11.5 in Santa Fe and KNMQ-LD channel 43.6 in Albuquerque.
It broadcasts Christian and conservative talk programs including Mike Gallagher, Dennis Prager, Hugh Hewitt, Janet Parshall and Michael Medved. Most of the content including hourly news updates are from Salem Radio Network. KDAZ also features live local talk programs including the "AM 730 Morning Show" (hosted by Birga Alden and Jim Sandell), heard weekday mornings from 7-9am MT, and 11 O'clock Live (hosted by Jim Sandell).
In February 2016 a construction permit was granted by the FCC to move translator K230BB out of Fowler, Colorado into the Albuquerque market on 96.9 MHz rebroadcasting KDAZ on the FM band at 70 watts from atop Sandia crest. The translator was licensed on October 13, 2016 as K245CD however it had not begun broadcasting until early 2017. In December 2016 Pan American Broadcasting purchased the translator from Mountain Community Translators for $30,000.
On March 28, 2011, it was granted a construction permit to flash cut to digital broadcasting. The station was sold to RJ Enterprises by Joseph W. Shaffer in late 2011. An FCC application states that the new owners are planning to move the station's transmitter site and possibly move to a different channel position. On June 6, 2012, it was granted a permit modification to move its transmitter to Sandia Crest, where most of the area's television stations broadcast from. On December 19, 2012, the station began broadcasting its digital signal, airing only audio from KDAZ radio, which was also heard at the time on KYNM-LD channel 30.730. The channel went back off the air in mid-January 2013.
In 2013 a construction permit was granted by the FCC to move KYNM-LD to channel 21 from channel 51, which the FCC plans to eliminate for television usage as well as upgrading to a Class A television station and eliminating the analog signal. KYNM-CD was licensed for digital operation on channel 21 on June 3, 2015. At this time KYNM would begin testing its broadcast signal on channel 21 with audio from KDAZ radio until July 7 when it would begin airing the KYNM channel line-up. KYNM was still using channel 51 displayed as channel 30 with crawls on screen informing viewers the station is now on channel 21 until the signal was turned off in early August.
Tross wrote The Faith Column in The Cibola Beacon Newspaper each month and he also participated in a weekly television program, 'Cross Culture', hosted by Haskell Hallmark, Preacher at The Rio Rancho Church Of Christ. Mark has appeared on KOB Television in Albuquerque, discussing the National Day Of Prayer, as he and his wife Juliet were to be the NM State Coordinators. He has appeared on Dewey & Friends in Albuquerque and God Answers Prayer in Santa Fe (the first two 24-hour television stations in the United States) and he has been heard on various stations over the years in Albuquerque. Mark performed the Aaronic Blessing for Pastor John Hagee of Christians United For Israel at the 25th Anniversary Celebration of KDAZ Radio. Mark hosted the Cross Culture NM Radio Broadcast on KKNS, 1310 AM in Albuquerque, NM, heard 2-5:30PM MT every M-F, from January–September 2015 and is presently an Ordained Bishop for Church of God, Cleveland, TN in Rio Rancho, NM, coordinates for NM Prayer Connect and hosts the Cross Culture NM YouTube program.
From 1991-1999, this station was a low powered repeater for KCHF-TV channel 11 a religious television station based in Santa Fe, New Mexico as K61EQ channel 61. The channel began to show programming independently as KYNM-LP in 1999 as a Christian music video outlet on channel 61 branding itself as "YTV" (Your music television). It moved to channel 30 in 2004, but eventually dropped YTV for Almavision, a Spanish-language religious network. In 2008, it was again simulcasting KCHF channel 11 until February 1, 2011, when it began airing programming from My Family TV, which still featured a few religious programs but aired mostly secular general audience programs. On April 1, 2011, it added a second digital channel airing programming from the Tuff TV network. On September 27, 2011, KYNM became the second station after KSMI-LP in Wichita, Kansas to carry the newly launched PBJ network, which featured mostly classic children's programs both live action and animated. On May 3, 2012, the full My Family TV schedule had moved to channel 30.3 with PBJ moving to 30.4, as the main channel on 30.1 had been featuring more local programming. WeatherNation was added in early August 2012 on channel 30.6. QVC was added on March 3, 2013 to channel 30.5. At the beginning of 2014, KYNM became the Albuquerque affiliate of MundoFox, the Spanish-language network from Fox Broadcasting and RCN Colombia, on digital channel 30.1 in high definition. WeatherNation and rebroadcasts from KCHF and KDAZ radio were dropped from the signal to provide the necessary bandwidth for HD broadcasts (they were later added to KNMQ-LD ch. 43). On July 1, 2014, Retro TV replaced My Family TV (which was renamed The Family Channel in February) on digital channel 30.3. KYNM began operating on channel 21 on July 7, 2015. On July 22, 2015 PBJ was replaced with the automotive channel Rev'n. Since late December 2015 KYNM has aired Antenna TV on channel 21.6, however Antenna TV was also shown on KNMQ-LD and KCHF. By early June 2016 Antenna TV was deleted while QVC moved to KNMQ and KCHF while also adding QVC Plus. WeatherNation meanwhile returned to KYNM on channel 21.5.