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KONO-FM
City of license Helotes, Texas
Broadcast area San Antonio, Texas
Branding KONO Radio
Slogan San Antonio's Greatest Hits
Frequency FM: 101.1 MHz (also on HD Radio)
AM: 860 kHz
Repeaters KONO AM 860, San Antonio, Texas
Format Classic Hits
ERP FM: 96,000 watts
AM: 5,000 watts (day), 900 watts (night)
HAAT FM: 302 meters
Class FM: C1
AM: B
Facility ID FM: 50030
AM: 50029
Callsign meaning San AntONiO
Former callsigns KFAN
Owner Cox Radio
Sister stations KCYY, KISS-FM, KKYX, KPWT, KSMG
Webcast Listen Live
Website kono1011.com

KONO-FM (101.1 FM) is a classic hits music formatted radio station licensed to Helotes, Texas. It is owned by Cox Radio and simulcasts the programs of its sister station, KONO, 860 AM, located in San Antonio, Texas. KONO-FM was previously known as KFAN, an Americana station located in Fredericksburg, Texas. KONO (AM) is the former sister station of KSAT-TV, Channel 12.

KONO-FM and AM, formerly an oldies AM and FM simulcast, now features a playlist of hit songs from the station's long history of Top 40 music from the mid '60s to the late '70s. KONO 101.1 is simulcast on its original AM signal of 860 AM, and is known for "San Antonio's Greatest Hits". Playlist artists include The Eagles, Spinners, Al Green, Supremes, Fleetwood Mac, Elton John, Billy Joel and others from the 60's to 70's era of hit music radio.

KONO-AM is the fourth oldest AM frequency in the San Antonio, TX. KONO-AM, began as a hobby in the early days of radio broadcasting by Eugene Roth in a room over his garage in downtown San Antonio. Later, Eugene Roth's son, Jack Roth, inherited the station from his father. Its original format was country & western. In the sixties, KONO (the Big 86) was one of the leading "top-40" stations in San Antonio, TX for several years. Some of the "on air" personnel were Howard Edwards, Don Couser, Woody Roberts, Skinny Don Green,Lee 'Baby' Simms, Johnny Shannon, Charlie Scott and many more. Many still live in the San Antonio area or parts of Texas. KONO-AM in the 1960s won national awards for their popularity and creativity. In 1965, Bob Pearson and Howard Edwards were selected as two of the top radio personalities in the country. KONO-AM was the number one AM station in San Antonio and KITY-FM, its sister station was the top rated FM station.

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