Basic Radio Station Information
KTIE 590 AM
City of License:
San Bernardino, CA
Riverside-San Bernardino, CA
Salem Communications (Salem Communications Holding Corporation)
KTIE is an AM radio station broadcasting at 590 KHz. The station is licensed to San Bernardino, CA and is part of the Riverside-San Bernardino, CA radio market. The station airs news/talk programming and goes by the name "AM 590 The Answer" on the air. KTIE is owned by Salem Communications.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
I am a graduate from USC with a degree in Communication and I am looking to work at a radio station, with the high hopes of being a voice on the radio one day. If you have any available openings I would be eager to apply to them.
By: Bridgette Casale on May 11, 2011
I would love to be a guest on Eric M (don't know how to spell his last name) show. I appreciate soooo much him referring unabashedly about Jesus Christ. The Lord allowed me an amazing "born again" testimony I would love to share with him and his listeners. Blessings, Carolyn Coy
By: Carolyn Coy on May 6, 2015
WHERE IS MY FAVORITE dENNIS MILLER
By: Anonymous on May 18, 2015
For many years I have ween waking up to AM590, the answer. The 5AM to 6AM time is excellent. The 6AM time was good too but after one of the broadcasters left we now listen to the inane babbling of a disrespectful man who spews out hate for our President. His voice imitations are awful and we really don't need to hear his left wing diatribes. Why your station allows this negative and ongoing stupidity is unbelievable and unless you get this fool in line I will be forced to find another early morning program. For the precious eight years we had to put up with a President who had a love affair with himself. Now you allow this negative person to spew out hatred for a President who is trying to make America great again. Enough! Either get rid of the clown of broadcasting or loose your listeners.
By: Richard Fandel on January 30, 2017
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