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KHIT-FM
KHIT-FM 107.1 logo.jpg
City of license Madera, California
Broadcast area Fresno area
Branding "107.1 K-Hits"
Frequency 107.1 MHz
Format Classic Hits
Audience share 0.7, #34 (Fa'07, R&R[1])
ERP 9,900 watts
HAAT 157.0 meters
Class B1
Facility ID 51845
Transmitter coordinates 37°7′40.00″N 119°40′38.00″W / 37.12778°N 119.67722°W / 37.12778; -119.67722
Former callsigns KJDN (1990-1992)
KMMM (1992-2007)
KXOB (2007-2009)
Owner Lotus Communications Corp.
Sister stations KLBN, KKBZ and KGST
Website http://www.1071khits.com/

KHIT-FM (107.1 FM, "K-Hits 107.1") is a radio station broadcasting a Classic Hits format. Licensed to Madera, California, USA, the station serves the Fresno area. It first began broadcasting in 1990 under the call sign KJDN. The station is currently owned by Lotus Communications Corp.[2]

History

The station went on the air as KJDN on 1990-01-09. On 1992-09-14, the station changed its call sign to KMMM, and again on 2007-09-12 to KXOB, broadcasting a Spanish contemporary format as "107.1besotumusicaromantic".[3]

On March 1, 2009 at 12:01am, the station began broadcasting an automated countdown which was set to end on 2009-03-03 at noon[4]. During the countdown, the voice (most likely that of Microsoft Sam) could also be heard repeating lyrics, movie quotes, jokes, etc.

When the countdown ended on March 3, 2009, the station began broadcasting under the callsign KHIT-FM [5] as "107.1 K-Hits" featuring Classic Hits from the 1960s, 70's, and some 80's music.

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