92.9 ZZU - Modern Hit Music 500 West Boone Avenue, Spokane, WA 99201 (509) 440-0929 () - (866) 841-0929
KROM is a Spanish Adult Contemporary radio station in San Antonio, Texas, broadcasting at 92.9 FM. It is owned by Univision Radio. Prior to the current format, the station was a Rhythmic Contemporary Hit Radio station known as KITY, or Power 93 until 1990.
From 1990 to 1995, this station went through a number of format changes. It was English-language adult contemporary KSRR, "Star 93." Owned by Booth American's West Coast division, Genesis Broadcasting, all of Booth's Texas stations were divested when Booth merged with Broadcast Alchemy to form Secret Communications. Tichenor Media bought KSRR for $3.8 million and flipped formats from an English-language Adult Contemporary format to a Spanish-language Adult Contemporary format known as KSRR, Exitos en Español 92.9FM, then La Romantica FM 93 before it began "Estereo Latino." in 1995. The current KROM calls comes from its days as La Romantica.
The following radio stations broadcast on FM frequency 92.9 MHz:
Spokane (pronounced [spoʊˈkæn] ( listen) spoh-KAN) is a city located in the Northwestern United States in the state of Washington. It is the largest city of Spokane County of which it is also the county seat, and the metropolitan center of the Inland Northwest region. It is also the 5th Largest city in the Pacific Northwest region, after Seattle, Washington, Vancouver, British Columbia, and Portland, Oregon. And it is the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis. The city is located on the Spokane River in Eastern Washington, 92 miles (148 km) south of the Canadian border, approximately 20 miles (32 km) from the Washington–Idaho border, 232 miles (373 km) east of Seattle, and 1,378 miles (2,218 km) west of Minneapolis.
David Thompson explored the Spokane area and began European settlement with the westward expansion and establishment of the North West Company's Spokane House in 1810. This trading post was the first long-term European settlement in Washington and the center of the fur trade between the Rockies and the Cascades for 16 years. In the late 19th century, gold and silver were discovered in the Inland Northwest. The Spokane area is considered to be one of the most productive mining districts in North America. Spokane's economy has traditionally been based on natural resources, being a center for mining, timber, and agriculture; however, the city's economy has diversified to include other industries, including the high-tech and biotech sectors. Spokane is known as the birthplace of Father's Day, hosted the first environmentally themed World's Fair, Expo '74, and is home to Gonzaga University and Whitworth University.
ZZU - Modern Hit Music
KZZU-FM, also known as 92.9 ZZU, is an Adult Top 40 outlet in Spokane, Washington. The station broadcasts at 92.9 MHz on the FM dial and has an effective radiated power of 85,000 watts. It has a 46 watt translator in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. They are owned by Morgan Murphy Media. Its current slogan is "Today's Modern Hit Music."
KZZU was previously KREM-FM, an Adult Album Alternative station. In 1984, KREM-TV sold KREM-FM and its frequency, changed call letters and switched to a Top 40 format, enjoying relative success for two decades. During this time the station was known as "93 Zoo FM". Part of the station's popularity stemmed from the "Breakfast Boys", Dave Sposito and Ken Hopkins, who, in their morning show, almost exclusively discussed pop culture items. KZZU has hosted some famous on-air talents well in its past such as Jamie Patrick, Casey Christopher, Devin James, Steve Hawk, Paul Gray and Jeff “Parker” who rocked the nights for many years.