What happened to Air 1 radio station?

What happened to Air 1 radio station?

On January 1, 2019, Air1 re-launched with a focus on contemporary worship music—with the majority of its music now focusing on songs from church worship bands such as Elevation Worship, Hillsong Worship, and Vertical Worship (although some conventional Christian Contemporary content also remains on the playlist).

What FM channel is Air1?

List of Air1 stations

Call sign Frequency State
KARA 99.1 CA
KLRD 90.1 CA
KYDO 96.1 CA
KARJ 92.1 CA

What is FM HD2?

Current HD technology allows the addition of one extra music channel and three extra talk channels before the sound quality begins to suffer. The extra stations are referred to as HD2 stations. If an HD Radio receiver loses the digital signal, it seamlessly fades back to analog FM until the digital signal returns.

How do I listen to Air1?

You can listen to Air1 online through iHeartRadio or in your car with the iHeartRadio App.

Is K-LOVE and Air1 the same?

Educational Media Foundation (EMF) began as a single, non-profit radio station in Northern California in 1982 and is now the parent company to K-LOVE and Air1—the nation’s largest contemporary Christian radio networks.

What happened to Air1 San Antonio?

Can you hear us now, SAN ANTONIO? Air1’s newest radio station is now on the air at 97.7 FM in South Central Texas.

How do I tune my HD2 radio?

There are 2 ways: One, when you’re on that station and the 3 HD signals pop up, you can push the “Tune up” button once to set it to your HD2 station. You can also preset it so it can automatically tune into that particular HD2/HD3 station. Sorry, there was a problem. Please try again later.

Where are Skip and Amy on K-LOVE?

A popular morning program syndicated on Christian radio brand K-LOVE, announced it plans to begin broadcasting from suburban Nashville later this year. “The Skip & Amy Show” relocates from Indianapolis to Franklin in May, a news release said Tuesday.

Is K-LOVE a nonprofit?

K-Love & Air1 Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization, with an IRS ruling year of 2009, and donations are tax-deductible.