KXRG-LP, (95.9 FM) is a non-commercial dance radio outlet serving the Honolulu, Hawaii area. The station is owned by a non-profit group called Ohana Broadcasters Corporation and is licensed to Honolulu.

Broadcast areaHonolulu, Hawaii
Frequency95.9 MHz
BrandingMy 95.9
FormatDance radio
OwnerOhana Broadcasters Corporation
First air date
Former frequencies
101.1 FM (2006–2007)
Call sign meaning
XRG=NRG (previous branding) [clarification needed]
Technical information
Facility ID132054
ERP100 watts
HAAT−39.0 meters (−128.0 ft)
WebcastListen Live

Station history edit

From March 2006 to July 2007, KXRG-LP was on 101.1 MHz as "Energy 101.1". On July 1, 2007, the commercial full power station KORL-FM took over the frequency forcing KXRG-LP off the air. Full power stations have priority over low power stations and no frequencies were available for KXRG-LP at that time. The station was silent from July 2007 until April 29, 2010, when KXRG-LP received permission from the FCC to begin broadcasting effective immediately.[1]

Programming edit

Most of the programming on KXRG is a list of mixshows, which air everyday from 7pm-5am. The mix shows include DJs such as Chicane, Nicole Moudaber, Chris Liebing, Eats Everything, Steve Aoki, Armin van Buuren, Jamie Jones, Sister Bliss, Nicky Romero, Paul van Dyk, Don Diablo, Joris Voorn, DJ EZ, Paul Oakenfold, Amelie Lens, Lucas & Steve, Timmy Trumpet, Afrojack, R3hab, Cosmic Gate, Judge Jules, Futuristic Polar Bears, Bingo Players, Mark Doyle, Robin Schulz, Vintage Culture, Zeds Dead, Tritonal, Wax Motif, Mark Knight, Adam Beyer, Above & Beyond, and more.

On Sunday mornings, KXRG airs an EDM-themed gospel show based in Riviera FM, a station owned by Christ Church, Paignton.

References edit

  1. ^ "About Us – My959 KXRG-LP 95.9 FM".

External links edit

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