After an hour of stunting with Country, KJXK returned to its Variety Hits format. The hour long stunt was tied into the relaunch of sister 94.1 KTFM to make competitors and listeners believe KTFM was returning to its heritage frequency. KTFM was located on 102.7 from 1969 until 2003. It then was relaunched on 94.1 in January 2005 as Rhythmic Oldies “Jammin 94.1” before shifting to Hot AC and finally back to CHR. Original Report 1/7 5:21pm: With sister CHR 94.1 KTFM stunting as “94.1 The Taco” in preparation of a relaunch , Alpha Media is continuing the revamping of its San Antonio cluster as Variety Hits “102.7 Jack-FM” KJXK has begun stunting with Country. KJXK is still using the Jack-FM moniker along with the addition of barnyard animal sounds to the i...[Read More]
The selloff of Border Media’s properties has reached its conclusion as the Border Media Business Trust has sold their San Antonio cluster to Larry Wilson’s L&L Broadcasting for $31 Million. The purchase gives L&L eight stations in San Antonio and 43 total. Involved in the sale are News/Talk 550 KTSA, Sports “ESPN 1250” KZDC, CHR 94.1 KTFM, Regional Mexican “La Ley 95.7” KLEY, Variety Hits “102.7 Jack-FM” KJXK, Spanish Sports 720 KSAH/103.1 KHHL, and Regional Mexican “Norteno 104.1” KSAH-FM. KHHL’s signal is nonexistent in San Antonio proper, while 95.7 and 104.1 rimshot the market from the south. In 2012 Border Media began its selloff by divesting of its Austin and Rio Grande Valley stations.