Radio Station Information
City of License:
Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX
KLIF Lico, Inc. (Klif Lico LLC)
KLIF is an AM radio station broadcasting at 570 KHz. The station is licensed to Dallas, TX and is part of the Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX radio market. The station broadcasts News/Talk programming. KLIF is owned by KLIF Lico, Inc..
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By: Short Cut Lawn Service on March 22, 2015
I am a local independent author. I wanted to see if you'd be willing to let me come and talk about my published books. If so, what would you require of me? I look forward to your response. Thank you.
By: Larry Yoakum III on May 18, 2016
Hello, My name is Kenneth Hightower, and l am a proud 70 year old Texan. I want to share my experience. According to my cat scan I have tumors in my colon. The doctor has assumed they are cancer but I think that can only be verified by biopsy. All of my life I have had normal weight, but in the last 6 months i have lost 50 lbs because I have littIe appetite. I have choose an all natural approach to healing ( no chemo, radiation, or surgery) because I believe the medical establishment is a Monopoly which is ignoring established cures for this condition including Medical Cannabis. I want to share my experiences while battling this conditions and the resources I have learned about. I believe in miracles and I have faith that I will have an "after" experience soon. I want to share my story through your Radio channel so that others who believe as I do can know of the resources I use. Lets visit soon so that you can hear more details of this life changing journey. May God Bless you.
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By: Kenneth Hightower on March 20, 2018
Hello, My name is Kenneth Hightower, and l am a proud 70 year old Texan. I want to share my experience. According to my cat scan I have tumors in my colon. The doctor has assumed they are cancer but I think that can only be verified by biopsy. All of my life I have had normal weight, but in the last 6 months i have lost 50 lbs because I have littIe appetite. I have choose an all natural approach to healing ( no chemo, radiation, or surgery) because I believe the medical establishment is a Monopoly which is ignoring established cures for this condition including Medical Cannabis. I want to share my experiences while battling this conditions and the resources I have learned about. I believe in miracles and I have faith that I will have an "after" experience soon. I want to share my story through your Radio channel so that others who believe as I do can know of the resources I use. Lets visit soon so that you can hear more details of this life changing journey. May God Bless you, Kenneth Hightower
By: Kenneth Hightower on March 22, 2018
We are Yemoja Foundation; a 501(c)(3) purposed to provide adequate and necessary resources to underprivileged individuals in Dallas and eventually, with your help, the World.
“Yemoja”, comes from the ancient African Yoruba culture. Her name translates to “Mother Of Many Children”; she embodies the concepts of community, healing, and cyclical provision. This principal of equating what you receive from your community and in turn, giving it back to those around you. It is our vision to encourage all of Mother Earth's children to contribute to into this cycle and recognize that an individual's actions are as impactful to change as the entire collective.
Our vision to raise this awareness amongst Dallas starts with our three-pronged system to supply resources that are pivotal to individuals who are ready and willing to help themselves and their communities. This mission is comprised of;
Natural Nutrition and Holistic Healing
We believe it is Human right to have access to balanced, non-processed, whole foods. This allows for a healthy foundation to be created for individuals to realign their focus to more important issues that face their families and communities.
Tomorrow belongs to the youth of Today. It is our duty to educate, inform, and engage not only our own children, but all children globally for the benefit of Humanity’s evolution toward a sustainable, balanced, whole World.
Self Realization/ Self Empowerment
Awareness of the “Self” is the first step to recognizing the power that an individual holds to enact change for themselves and their community. We plan to initiate this process through providing sale domicile and, what we call, “Defeatist Deprogramming”. We will see our community banish perceived limitations, and allow our barriers to become pathways to brighter futures for everyone today, tomorrow, and years to come.
All of our work that we are purposed to accomplish comes with many trials, errors, and ultimately, victories! Here is how You can help us…
On June 8th 2019 at Cole Park, we will be hosting Uptown Dallas’s biggest event this Summer: Uptown Picnic At Cole Park! A family fun, FREE ADMISSION, festival style fundraiser for our inaugural project, Uncle Nebuchadnezzar's Mobile Garden,
A Dallas first, ‘Uncle Neb’ will be travelling to the “Food Deserts” that plague over 40% of Dallas County (USDA, 2018). His dual-purpose starts with providing a delivery service for fresh, Organic produce and natural sundry items to the elderly, homeless, shut-in, and veterans of Dallas, and the surrounding areas. This project is also purposed to engage with our one of our trusted partners, Incarnation House, in order to utilize the underprivileged youth that they work closely with to give them internships with work they are proud to be a part of, along with keeping them on a positive track that breaks the cycle of negative behavior.
Our planned attractions for our event on June 8th are to include Organic Boxed Lunches available with donation, $5000 in Raffle Prizes, Bounce House, An All-Ages Basketball Contest, Big Screen Karaoke Competition, and we are very excited to present… Uptowns First Local Business Market! 12 small, local vendors to be presented at our event in a tented market for all to come and see just how prosperous our community is.
We are so excited to be hosting this event for Uptown Dallas to attend, enjoy, and get excited for what is to come of Dallas’s newest, and fastest growing Non-Profit.
Ultimately, in order to make this a prosperous event for all of our sponsors, attendees, and board members, we need LOTS of people to show up and fill that park up! Our grassroots campaigning has brought plenty of attention, but we are hoping to partner with 570 AM Radio Station in order to blast the news of our FREE event to all of Dallas. We would be honored, and very grateful for any advertising you may be able to extend to our registered Non-Profit in order to make this an event that will greatly benefit the communities that your organization currently advertises to. We want to be sure that this event will create lasting memories for all who come to join us.
Please let us know if you, or anyone you know may be able to help us in this effort to blast this event out to Dallas families.
By: Yemoja Foundation on May 17, 2019
Hello this is Astro, the manager at 1st Place Auto. I would like to inform the community, we are hosting an event open to the public. The event is sentimentally called "Trunk or Treat" where local businesses on Ross Ave will be handing out candy to children. There will also be live music and free food. "Trunk or Treat" is our way of connecting with the surrounding community. We are hoping to bridge the gap between businesses and residents. We would like to make business and residents aware, the event will be held October 31st from 4pm-6:30pm and it is free of charge.
By: Astro Daher on October 14, 2019
I'm a 43 year LA radio vet and looking to move closer to my boys who live in Aubrey and Keller, Texas. I've worked EVERY format on both AM and FM and at this point in my career would love to relocate to North Texas. If you have a job opening, either part-time or full-time, please consider me.
By: Bob Harvey on January 21, 2021
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