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KSON (103.7 FM, "103.7 KSON") is a commercial radio station licensed to San Diego, California. Owned by Entercom, the station broadcasts a country music format. The station's current call letters and programming originate from a sister station now known as KWFN. Following Entercom's merger with CBS Radio, the new sister stations swapped signals to improve KSON's reach following the divestment of its former simulcast partner on 92.1 FM. Prior to its current format, the station had aired beautiful music, top 40, various adult contemporary formats, and classic rock formats, as well as CBS Radio's ultimately unsuccessful hot talk format Free FM.

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  • B
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  • 32.8389 -117.2498
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  • KSON
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  • KSON (103.7 FM, "103.7 KSON") is a commercial radio station licensed to San Diego, California. Owned by Entercom, the station broadcasts a country music format. The station's current call letters and programming originate from a sister station now known as KWFN. Following Entercom's merger with CBS Radio, the new sister stations swapped signals to improve KSON's reach following the divestment of its former simulcast partner on 92.1 FM. Prior to its current format, the station had aired beautiful music, top 40, various adult contemporary formats, and classic rock formats, as well as CBS Radio's ultimately unsuccessful hot talk format Free FM.
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  • KSON (FM)
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  • KSON (103.7 FM, "103.7 KSON") is a commercial radio station licensed to San Diego, California. Owned by Entercom, the station broadcasts a country music format. The station's current call letters and programming originate from a sister station now known as KWFN. Following Entercom's merger with CBS Radio, the new sister stations swapped signals to improve KSON's reach following the divestment of its former simulcast partner on 92.1 FM. Prior to its current format, the station had aired beautiful music, top 40, various adult contemporary formats, and classic rock formats, as well as CBS Radio's ultimately unsuccessful hot talk format Free FM. KSON broadcasts in the HD Radio format; its second subchannel features a legendary country format branded as Nashville Legends.
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  • 103.7 KSON
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  • San DiegO's #1 New Country (station slogan)
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  • San Diego's #1 New Country
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  • KPLN (1996–2005)
  • KSCF (2005–2012)
  • KEGY (2012–2017)
  • KMKX (1995–1996)
  • KOZN-FM (1971–1979)
  • KSDO-FM (1965–1971)
  • KJQY (1979–1995)
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  • Entercom License, LLC
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