Basic Radio Station Information
KZTI 105.3 FM
City of License:
Fallon Station, NV
Shamrock Communications, Inc.
KZTI is an FM radio station broadcasting at 105.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Fallon Station, NV and is part of the Reno, NV radio market. The station airs standards programming and goes by the name "105.3 Martini Radio" on the air.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Where did you guys come from!!!! Glad you landed your space ship here! Love the music. However.....for those of us in Reno, you may want to consider getting a translator so we can enjoy a clearer signal! Keep it up you guys!!! Love the station!!!
By: t.w. landis on November 28, 2012
Do you stream this yet?
My family would love this, in SC !
By: Douglas Burnett on December 15, 2012
Love this format ,way over due .I can't say enough about the music .. But where are you guy's broadcasting from ,my grandmothers basement? My electric shaver has more signal strength..? Still good luck and Happy New Year ...Archangel.
By: Arcangel on December 27, 2012
This is the best station EVER to come to Reno. Im turning off my satellite radio and listening to this. Except the signal is so weak in certain areas of Reno that I really have to switch stations in certain areas. Hope that improves and I'll just leave my radio permanently locked in to Martini Radio.......love it!
By: Michael Kay on January 19, 2013
When i lived in Tucson, Arizona, I listened to KTUC 1400 AM. It had a similar format as yours, and i streamed it in to my computer since 2006 when i moved here. I am so happy you brought this format to the Northern Nevada area. I can't get enough of it !
By: Hank on February 9, 2013
LOVE your music!!! It's about time! Such a great generation of real talent! I wish I could receive your signal in Silver Springs, NV.
By: New Listener on February 19, 2013
Love the music and this station!! Agree with the others that improved signal strength would be fabulous; can listen in my car but too weak to hear at home.
By: carol on February 24, 2013
Wow!-glad we have you in Reno but the signal is so weak, i can't always pick it up..sur hope it gets better, i would love to get rid of sirrus
Glad you're here
By: Anonymous on February 27, 2013
Love your station . Gracias :)
By: lilia vanlandingham on March 4, 2013
LOVE YOU GUYS!!!
By: Flora on March 8, 2013
This is terrific! Love the music! My car receives it loud and clear, but can't seem to in the house.
By: nightsong on June 4, 2013
I love your station!
By: wayne seitler on April 17, 2014
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September 2, 2014
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By: Douglas Johnson on September 2, 2014
I'v been listening sence it first came on air, throug it all and now it's great. It would be nice if instead of anoucing the song and artist before we hear a song to anounce it after. I enjoy both the format and music.
By: Cohen on January 20, 2015
i was listening to you guys today on my way home from work today aobout 245pm and a song came on i would really like to know the name can you please email me what you guys played from 2 - 330pm please
By: gizele on April 25, 2015
What happened to Martini Radio????? Now it's Beatles Radio??? What a bunch of crap.....I LOVED Martini Radio.....Back to satellite radio for me. 105.3 is erased from my presets....
By: Michael O Kay on September 11, 2015
I also loved this station...Martini and Bob and Sheri. How can we get it back????
By: Barbara Krause on September 14, 2015
My Dad is very upset. He's 91 and loves the old standards. What happened?
By: Joanne Ezersky on September 14, 2015
I'm perplexed as well. I love the martini radio. Mostly the Rat Pack, NOT the Brat Pack. Two totally different types of music. Having martini radio was a breath of fresh air. So what's with the Beatles? I thought someone died!
By: Tracy on September 14, 2015
OMG! We "lost" Martini Radio?!?!?! SO MANY of us LOVED this station... What can we do to get it back?
By: Christine on September 14, 2015
Today was such a disappointment. Just NOISE. I would not call that music! You guys need to come back to earth. Very sad state of affairs.
By: Tracy on September 15, 2015
What Happened to Martini Radio? I will not listen to the stuff that is on the station now and they call it music.
By: Chas. on September 16, 2015
WHAT HAS HAPPENED? BEATLES...REALLY? To the management of 105.3 FM...Martini Radio was very special and enjoyable to listen to, a unique listening experience. But now...the community of Reno has lost a truly wonderful station...lost to The Beatles? One song from The Beatles is enough...but all day long!! AWFUL!! Won't be listening to this Beatles crap anymore.
BRING BACK MARTINI RADIO!
By: Bob on September 17, 2015
From a dedicated fan of the beloved Martini radio station, I am truly shocked at the sudden change and the disappointment brought from it is understandable because it was THE ONLY radio station I could resort to when I was in need of a sweet, enjoyable collection of classics. Extremely upset by this and I hope it is brought back because 3,838 rock stations are enough.
By: Manuel Guzman on September 22, 2015
Can't seem to find 105.3 Martini Radio now & have tried for several days. Have you stopped broadcasting permanently?
By: Neil on September 22, 2015
For me Martini Radio was the only enjoyable music on the FM band. Now its joined the DIN OF HAPLESS NOISE. While we must acknowledge the Corp Suits did give the 45 plus crowd a shot at some alternative music, the support was not there and that, as they say, is that. As one listener stated " there is always Satellite Radio". You might also try KUNR-FM at 88.5 While it is News and Information they also air a variety of music on various day and times.That also Includes JAZZ....MARTINI GUYS, WHY NOT GIVE JAZZ A TRY FOR THE OLD FARTS?
By: Tom from Sparks on September 26, 2015
I knew it was to good to last. I really find it hard to believe that you couldn't find enough advertisers to support your station. Especially since most business owners are of the older generation. Maybe instead of firing the music, you should fire the 'pencil pushers'.
Bring the real music back instead of this crap that every other station plays! Or, maybe you're right. We really need another station that plays what I call 'White Noise'. The least you could do is play some modern contemporary music. IE Adel, Amy Winehouse, Norah Jones, etc.
By: Anonymous on October 6, 2015
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