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|Broadcast area||Yakima, Washington|
|First air date||2000 (as KREW-FM)|
|HAAT||274 meters (899 ft)|
|Former call signs||KBMU (5/10/1999-5/26/1999, CP)|
|Owner||Townsquare Media |
(Townsquare Media Yakima License, LLC)
On February 17, 2012, KQMY changed their call letters to KIT-FM.
On September 18, 2015, 99.3 flipped to rhythmic oldies as "Mega 99.3" with a callsign change to KMGW. KMGW was also Yakima's affiliate for Slow Jams with R. Dub, which previously aired on KFFM-107.3 (Yakima only gets the Sunday night version on KFFM-107.3 as of 2019.)
On February 1, 2019, the rhythmic oldies format was replaced by a classic hits format known as 'MegaHits,' most likely designed to compete against their Radio Yakima competitor KARY-FM.
- "KMGW Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2010-02-15.
- Official website
- KMGW in the FCC's FM station database
- KMGW on Radio-Locator
- KMGW in Nielsen Audio's FM station database
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