Santa barbara radio stations

Santa barbara radio stations

Toad the wet sprocket – something to say acoustic

KTMS (990 AM, “News Talk AM 990”) is a Santa Barbara, California-based commercial radio station. Rincon Broadcasting owns the station, which broadcasts a talk radio format. KTMS is simulcast on FM translator station K250BS at 97.9 MHz, licensed to Solimar Beach and broadcasting from KTMS’ AM transmitter site, which is located near Rattlesnake Canyon Park, along Gibraltar Lane, and above Gibraltar Peak, which is home to most Santa Barbara FM stations. [2] The location is unique since AM stations are normally situated in low-lying areas with the highest potential ground conductivity. Even with low night power, this site is near enough to the population center to serve the entire area.
KTMS mainly broadcasts nationally syndicated talk shows on weekdays. Mike Gallagher, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Chad Benson, Larry Elder, George Noory’s Coast to Coast AM, and John Trout’s America in the Morning are among them. Weekend programming includes fitness, business, home repair, and pet shows, as well as some paid programming. Leo Laporte, Kim Komando, Gary Sullivan, and Bill Cunningham are among the syndicated hosts.

“ken boxer live,” guest “baron” ron herron

Broadcast Peak, situated at the very top of the Santa Ynez Mountains above Goleta, provides a panoramic view of the entire Santa Barbara County. The local television station KEYT-TV (ABC Ch. 3) as well as the university radio station KCSB 91.9 FM are both located there. Santa Ynez Peak, about a quarter mile west, is densely packed with non-broadcast communication towers, including microwave connections for the county, AT&T, and others.
Many radio stations and television translators have broadcast towers on Gibralter Peak antenna farm, which is located above Santa Barbara, California. The KTMS-AM and KTYD-FM towers are located in Rattlesnake Canyon, about 1000 feet above and behind the peak further up Gibraltar Road.

The samples on ktyd santa barbara radio station

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News and Talk – This is an incredible station; we’ve heard it (clearly) in the mid-afternoon while north of San Francisco in the winter. On our cheap rental car radio, we heard KNX coming in late at night from Oahu, Hawaii, which is 2200 miles from Los Angeles. This was the only station on the mainland of the United States that we could even pick up. Oh my goodness!
Contemporary music for adults. They were the most dominant FM station in the United States when they were at 103.3 on the FM dial. They were broadcasting at a frequency of 105,000 watts on FM. I was able to pick up this station along the 101 as it crested the hills between Gilroy in the north and San Diego in the south. They’ve moved around on the dial many times.