103.7 Eugene

KNRQ Eugene Moves To 103.7

Update 7/28: KNRQ made its move to 103.7 at 12am this morning. The KXPC call letters made the move with 97.9 up to Aloha in the Portland market, which was testing earlier this morning in order to file for its permanent license. Original Report 7/25: With its 97.9 signal about to be moved into Portland, Cumulus Rock 97.9 KNRQ Eugene, OR will move its programming to 103.7 on Sunday, July 28. Cumulus acquired 103.7 KXPC-FM Harrisburg, OR from EMF Broadcasting last year to replace the 97.9 facility in its Eugene cluster. When it signs on around midnight on Sunday it will finalize its move to the current 97.9 facility with 100kW at 310 meters. It has already applied to move the KNRQ call letters to 103.7. KNRQ flied an expedited application to complete its move to Aloha in the Portland market b...[Read More]

Cumulus & EMF Swap Stations

Cumulus Media and EMF Broadcasting have agreed to swap a pair of stations on the west coast. AAA 97.5 KRUZ Santa Barbara will go to EMF and join its “K-Love” network in exchange for EMF’s 103.7 KXPC-FM Lebanon OR. EMF will begin programming KRUZ via Time Brokerage Agreement as soon as Cumulus completes the move of Classic Rock “106.3 The Surf” KRRF south from Goleta in the Santa Barbara market to Oak View in the Oxnard/Ventura market. Cumulus will also retain the rights to the KRUZ call letters. KXPC-FM has a pending Construction Permit as well that will move the station from Lebanon, midway between Salem and Eugene, to Harrisburg OR directly in the center of the Eugene market. That 103.7 signal will give Cumulus a replacement in the market for 97.9 KNRQ, whic...[Read More]