Basic Radio Station Information

Fox Sports Radio 630

KPLY 630 AM

City of License:
Reno, NV

Format:
Sports

Market:
Reno, NV

Owner:
Lotus Communications (Lotus Radio Corp.)

KPLY is an AM radio station broadcasting at 630 KHz. The station is licensed to Reno, NV and is part of that radio market. The station airs sports programming and goes by the name "Fox Sports Radio 630" on the air. KPLY is owned by Lotus Communications.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Gentlemen: I listen to KPLY frequently, mostly for Reno Aces baseball. Brian Radke is an excellent broadcaster who keeps his listeners "in the game" throughout all the games he calls. Whoever was the substitute for Brian on the broadcast of Saturday, Sept. 1 should not have been allowed on the air. This person was perhaps the most boring sportscaster I have ever heard, and I have listened to baseball on radio since 1946. He allowed considerable "dead air" and did an inadequate job of describing the game. He added insult to injury by using the majority of his time describing a Nevada Wolf Pack football game that had occured earlier in the day. If you ever make the mistake of allowing this gentleman to broadcast an Aces game, please order him to stick to the game he is looking at. This performance reminded me of the legendary recaps of baseball games that the broadcaster got off the telegraph and then passed on to his audience, except those old time games were much better radio. Two innings was all I could take. Very truly yours, Bill Lose
By: Bill Lose on September 3, 2012

Sirs, I listen to your station in the morning ,mainly for the Dan Patrick Show,what a great way to start the sports day. That being said I must move on to the Jay Mohr excuse for a sport show, he shouldn't be allowed on the radio,he wasn't even a good comedian let alone a "sportscaster" His show has the effect on me like a good tequila drunk vomit. Now to the two you feature in the early afternoon, For 2 people such as them with their "TOOL" segment,they are a disgraceful, what does this have to do with sports? So with that I will appoint them as drills Yes drills. THEY ARE BORING TOOLS" They can't even get their own music for their Sports headline, they borrow that from the Dan Patrick Show,there is no content is dull at best. Get rid of these 2 jackasses and give Reno something to be proud of, like the Pat O'brien show for 3 hours instead of this drivel. Until then I will listen to PANAMA's show.
By: Dan on May 6, 2013

I am so sick of that WE ARE FARDMORE OR SOMETHING like that. I love this station but have stopped listing since you put that dumb saying on your station 500 times a day is enough to drive anyone insane. Please take it off.
By: Jack McLaughlin on April 6, 2014

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By: Douglas Johnson on September 2, 2014

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