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What are some Spanish radio stations in Los Angeles?

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KSSE 107.1 FM, KLAX 97.9 FM, KDLD 103.1 FM and KXOL 96.3 FM are some Spanish radio stations with broadcast areas that encompass Los Angeles as of 2015. Each station's headquarters or some of its studios are also located within the city.

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Each radio station specializes in a niche category of Latin music and has a station name or nickname, as of 2015. KSSE is the flagship station in the "SuperEstrella" radio network, although most of its affiliated stations recently rebranded themselves as "Jose." The station focuses on contemporary Spanish hits.

KLAX is "La Raza" and mostly plays regional Mexican music. The station is located in East Los Angeles and formerly possessed the call sign KSKQ and the brand nickname "Super KQ." The station previously played Spanish hits and adult contemporary.

KDLD brands its music format as "Jose 103.1." The station shares a parent company with KSSE, Entravision Communications. The station's former name was "El Gato," and its former call signs include KDLE, KBCD and KSSD. KDLD broadcasts Spanish adult hits over two frequencies.

KXOL, or "Mega 96.3," was a Christian radio station in Los Angeles until 2001, but today delivers Spanish adult contemporary music interspersed with urban contemporary in both English and Spanish. The radio programming format is Hurban, which connotes music that appeals to a Hispanic urban demographic, such as reggaeton, dance music and hip-hop.

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