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KURV (710 AM, "Fox News 710") is a radio station, broadcasting from Edinburg, Texas, that serves the Rio Grande Valley border area.[1] Though the station's city of license is Edinburg, where its transmitter sites are, its studios are located along North Jackson Road in McAllen, Texas. It is owned by R Communications.

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CityEdinburg, Texas
Broadcast areaRio Grande Valley
BrandingNews Talk 710 KURV
SloganThe Valley's News, Weather & Talk Station
Frequency710 (kHz)
First air dateDecember 04, 1947 (first license granted)
Power1,000 watts day
910 watts night
Facility ID70463
AffiliationsFox News Radio
OwnerR Communications
(MBM Texas Valley LLC)
WebcastListen Live


KURV began broadcasting October 19, 1947, with 250 W power (daytime only). It was owned by J.C. Looney.[2] A sister station, KURV-FM, began broadcasting December 25, 1947, on 104.9 MHz with 1 kW effective radiated power;[3] that station later went dark, with the frequency becoming today's KJAV-FM.


  1. ^ News Talk 710 KURV
  2. ^ "KURV Gets Underway in Edinburg, Texas" (PDF). Broadcasting. October 17, 1947. Retrieved 17 October 2014.
  3. ^ "New KURV-FM Edinburg, Operates Sunrise-9 p.m." (PDF). Broadcasting. January 5, 1948. Retrieved 30 October 2014.

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