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KPOL-FM

1958–19??

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19??–19??

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19??–19??

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19??–1978

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KZLA (-FM)

1978–19??

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19??–19??

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19??–19??

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198?–199?

Kzla retro

199?–199?

Opt logo kzla socal

199?–200?

Kzla

200?–200?

Kzla

200?–2006

KZLA 1

KMVN

2006–2009

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KXOS

2009–2014

Exitos-KXOS

On April 15, 2009 at midnight, after a brief message from then-morning host Rick Dees thanking Movin' 93.9 listeners, explaining the reason for the change, and redirecting listeners of his show to his website rick.com, followed by "Last Dance" by Donna Summer, the station flipped to Spanish AC as "Éxitos 93.9". On June 4, 2009, KMVN changed their call letters to KXOS, to go with the "Éxitos" branding.

2014–present

RC939-

On January 19, 2014, KXOS changed their format to Regional Mexican, branded as "Radio Centro 93.9."


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