Radio Station Information
KMPH 840 AM
Talk Radio for Catholic Life
City of License:
Immaculate Heart Media (Relevant Radio, Inc.)
KMPH is an AM radio station broadcasting at 840 KHz. The station is licensed to Modesto, CA and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Religious programming and goes by the name "Relevant Radio" on the air with the slogan "Talk Radio for Catholic Life". KMPH is owned by Immaculate Heart Media.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Who is running this format? I hope it's not Paul Shinn? I happen to think it's really great! Since 97.5 went in a different direction, There was only hope that there would be a station that would remember the 50's, 60's & 70's!! Thanks!!!
By: Chris Hansen on September 12, 2013
New format of talk is a disaster
By: Dale on July 31, 2014
Why is it that I can no longer get your station on my radio. I had it on all the time?
By: Roemary on August 1, 2014
why the change to talk no more Wolf Man shame on you
By: Dan on August 2, 2014
Do not like this new format. I was really enjoying the oldies, Wolfman and Breakfast with the Beetles. Please go back. I had all my friends listening to it since 97.5 changed.
By: Penny on August 3, 2014
Why did you change the format ? Why isn't any notice to tell us where to go to listen to the Wolfman ?
By: Cheree on August 5, 2014
Found a advertising rate card one time and it looked really inexpensive. Yet, the only interruptions to the music were throwback public-service announcements by 1960s celebrities, and an occasional spot for the station owner's Greek olive-oil business.
Modesto Bee columnist Jeff Jardine reported on Aug. 18 that the station has been sold by Pappas Telecasting, and the deal with Catholic nonprofit Immaculate Heart Radio is expected to close in September. Glad Pappas is still presenting the station on its website, kmph840.com.
By: PMT on August 25, 2014
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