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    Quote Originally Posted by praiselightmedia View Post
    Correct. They no longer are affiliated with Nueva Vida. I have said for quite a while that, like Moody in Chicago, EMF should get a new genre since Air1 and K-LOVE cross over in track list a lot. Majesty Radio by Moody is growing as is the talk/preaching genre.
    And Radio Nueva Vida is already heard in the San Diego market, on 1130 AM.

  2. #12
    I'd like to hear a Christian music format that plays music that's a bit too new for Family Radio(*), and a bit too classic for Air 1 / K-Love. (I remember some time ago I was in Imperial County listening to one of the FM stations there, and heard what I think was some southern Gospel music that sounded like it was from somewhere between the 1960s and 1980s. I don't recall hearing that style on either of the 3 mentioned networks. I wish I could remember the name of the program that was playing.)

    (I don't get 100.1 very well where I live, though.)


    (*) Too new of a style, that is. I have heard a FR-style-friendly version of Here I Am to Worship (by Bonnie Knopf, iirc), which I think came out within the last 10-20 years or so. Don't remember if I've heard Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) on FR, but I wouldn't be entirely surprised if there's a version that they might play sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pianoplayer88key View Post
    I'd like to hear a Christian music format that plays music that's a bit too new for Family Radio(*), and a bit too classic for Air 1 / K-Love. (I remember some time ago I was in Imperial County listening to one of the FM stations there, and heard what I think was some southern Gospel music that sounded like it was from somewhere between the 1960s and 1980s. I don't recall hearing that style on either of the 3 mentioned networks. I wish I could remember the name of the program that was playing.)

    (I don't get 100.1 very well where I live, though.)


    (*) Too new of a style, that is. I have heard a FR-style-friendly version of Here I Am to Worship (by Bonnie Knopf, iirc), which I think came out within the last 10-20 years or so. Don't remember if I've heard Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) on FR, but I wouldn't be entirely surprised if there's a version that they might play sometimes.
    You may be excited for this then: K-Love Has Just Launched a New Format on a Growing Number of FM Stations

  4. #14
    As it turns out, 100.1 Julian will indeed be the new home of K-Love Classics.
    They've been redirecting listeners to 102.1 FM San Diego for K-Love programming.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by Signal Geek View Post
    I don't believe EMF has an equity stake in Radio Nueva Vida. They're owned by the Association for Community Education.

    Correct, EMF provides the signals and tech/engineering support for the signals but has no stake whatsoever in Radio Nueva Vida.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by miketheradioguy View Post
    EMF did have two other networks known as World Wide Worship and God's Country Radio Network, both of which were ill-fated.
    Klove recently launched Klove classics, 80s 90s and early 2000's music. I suspect that'll go on in markets where Klove has HD signals.

    IE: Pittsburgh PA's WPKV 98.3 runs KLove on the analog and HD1, Air1 is on the HD2.. and i bet the recently accquired translator is going on the HD2.. or soon to come HD3 for klvoe classics.

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