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KAMA-FM
City of license Deer Park, Texas
Broadcast area Greater Houston
Branding 104.9 Tu Musica
Frequency 104.9 MHz (also on HD Radio)
104.9 HD-2 Spanish Celestial
Format Latin Pop
ERP 8,700 watts
HAAT 300 meters
Class C2
Facility ID 57806
Callsign meaning K AMor A
Owner Univision Radio
(Tichenor License Corporation)
Sister stations KLAT, KLTN, KOVE-FM, KPTY, KQBU-FM, KRTX
Also part of the Univision Cluster: TV Stations KFTH and KXLN
Webcast Listen Live
Website Amor1049.com

KAMA-FM (104.9 FM, "104.9 Tu Musica") is a Latin pop radio station serving the Houston, Texas, USA area. The Univision-owned station is licensed to Missouri City, Texas, and is a class C2 FM (equivalent to 50,000 watts at 500 feet). Its transmitter was previosuly located on the Wells Fargo building (across the street from One Shell Plaza) in Downtown Houston. When it upgraded to a class C2 station, the transmitter was moved to the 315 North Ennis Street site of KLTN (FM). KLTN and KAMA-FM share an antenna. The upgrade was designed by former VP of Engineering David Stewart, and brought to fruition by Charles Staples of Staples Technical Services LLC and by Mark Stennett of Univision Radio.

Programming

On December 4, 2007, the station became "Amor", a Latin pop format. The party format was moved to 93.3 FM, replacing Regional Mexican KQBU-FM. In January 2008, Univision rebranded KAMA-FM from "Amor 104.9" to "104.9 Tu Musica".

Callsign history

  • KFRD
  • KMIA - 10/05/1990
  • KMPQ-FM - 10/04/1993
  • KLTO - 03/06/1995
  • KOVA - 08/01/1998
  • KPTY - 11/20/2001
  • KAMA - 12/4/2007

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