Radio Station Information
City of License:
Fountain Valley,, CA
International Crusade Of The Penny
KLIE is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 90.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Fountain Valley,, CA.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
I am an avid listener to your classic music lineup. One thing that is an ongoing problem is the injection of the train sounds over the music you play. A big number of us listeners use stereo headphones to listen with until the irritating train sounds override the music. I must remove the headphones until the train passes as it is very very irritatingly louder than the music. Do you inject the train sounds thinking we will not record the music? Just about all classic music can be found by searching for it anyway so why use it to ruin the music? Another problem exists with the lady DJ on the "Party Train" 'program. She can hardly be understood. Her volume is low and her pronunciation of words is lacking. All of the above could have been alleviated if only someone at the radio station would have taken the time to inject a little quality control by listening to what you transmit. I get so fed up with your "Party Train" program that I go to other radio stations playing classic music. It's your radio station, I recognize that but do you really want to transmit such garbage?
By: Robert Schaeffer on November 9, 2018
Hi Radio Suerte! I’m a fan of the party train program! Thank you for the wonderful playlist that brings back so many memories! I listen everyday and so do my co workers! Thank you!
By: Garden Grove Local on March 3, 2019
I’ve tried listening but what you play is a waste of my time. Outdated, hard to listen, extremely hard to understand. I agree with Mr. Schaefer......garbage!
By: Garden Grove Local on November 18, 2019
Mr Schaffer I just happened to accidently run into this site and read two comments that are not true. You sound like a competitor hating on a radio station and a program that is like no other! The lady you're talking about is great and you dude talking a waste of your time. Lol and garbage again Lol Garbage is Elvis Presley, The Beatles, The Rolling Sones, Bruce Springsteen to your standard? Lol you don't have a taste for music! You're just a hater and probably a radio competitor. In HB sounds Great! Thanks KLIE and the Party Train!
By: J.Bill Morrison on February 27, 2020
My friend just woke me up and invited me to read the comments made on my favorite station Klie 90.3fm. I'm a big fan of this station, and I'm impressed with everything! They inform, assist, help and interview many Org. In the Community about the needs for families. Food Stamps, medical resources, interviews with many leaders providing important issues and updates. They provide food for those families that are less fortunate. They have the best music around, and I've never heard that loud sound of the train! I Love the Party Train and Maria is the perfect conductor. Thank-You Lucky Radio. (Radio Suerte).
By: Kat S. on February 27, 2020
Such very low signal, station is very unprofessional, to bad, probably very poor Management
By: Garden Grove Ca on June 13, 2020
So many djs have come and gone and the music is repetitive. Get some real djs who have followers. Looks like the positive comments are friends and not fans.
By: Count the DJs on June 13, 2020
Hard rock never did do it for me, I listen to a healthy dose of classical and jazz, a lot of public radio and a certain amount of weird music. And psycho-mystical mumbo-jumbo . But when I want to settle back into a more comfortable zone, KLIE has made a place for me.
Question is, is the Vietnam era /flower child audience large enough to support the station? The fact that it's the only station I receive on standard radio that carries this vein of music makes me wonder. Listeners from that era are now mature and many of them/us are retiring. I suspect there are a few chunks of coin here and there stashed away.
I'm an ex-NPR broadcast engineer; IBEW 98, perhaps I can donate in the form of services?
I would encourage you to have more representation of the Hispanic and a segment of the Black cultures--yes, Black Panthers and Che Guevara and all that, maybe a touch of folk (I'm listening to a polka right now, cool)--since for us white folks those are something of a frontier. And plugging local activities can be a lifeline for those arts and civic organizations that serve these less than wealthy communities. Like me.
Thank you for scratching an old itch, I hope you make it and make it well. You're welcome in my book, and I'm grateful for your existence. Maybe I'll learn a little more Spanish to boot!
By: Stephen on October 20, 2021
What was the set list the woman played tonight for the man she mentioned around 650 pm. It was a cool oldie.
By: Aaron on January 13, 2022
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