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KFAC-FM

1948–19??

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19??–19??

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19??–19??

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19??–19??

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19??–19??

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19??–1989

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KKBT

1989–1992

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1992–1995

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1995–1999

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KCMG

1999–2001

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Clear Channel Communications merged with AMFM in 2000. Because of limitations of station ownership, Clear Channel decided to the 100.3 FM Frequency as well as the intellectual property of "The Beat" brand to Radio One. KCMG, which was at 100.3 FM at the time, was moved to 92.3.

KHHT

2001–2002

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2002

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2007–2011

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2011–2015

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KRRL

2015–present

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On February 6, at 9:23 AM, following the end of a "300 Greatest Hot Songs Of All Time" countdown (with "My Girl" by The Temptations as the #1 song) and after playing "End of the Road" by Boyz II Men, KHHT then changed back to urban, branded as "Real 92.3", launching with "10,000 joints in a row". The first two songs on "Real" were "Only" and "Truffle Butter", both by Nicki Minaj. On February 20, 2015, KHHT changed its call letters to KRRL to match the "Real" moniker.


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