For the Los Angeles area stations that previously used the KEZY calls, see KGBN and KFSH-FM.
City of license San Bernardino, California
Slogan Radio Nueva Vida
Frequency 1240 kHz
First air date 1948
Format Spanish Religious
Power 1,000 watts unlimited
Class C
Facility ID 28663
Transmitter coordinates

34°4′55″N 117°18′17″W / 34.08194°N 117.30472°W / 34.08194; -117.30472Coordinates: 34°4′55″N 117°18′17″W / 34.08194°N 117.30472°W / 34.08194; -117.30472{{#coordinates:34|4|55|N|117|18|17|W|region:US-CA_type:landmark |primary |name=

Former callsigns KRNO (1948-1970)
KBON (1970-1980)
KDIG (1980-1987)
KLFE (1987-1995)
KKLA (1995-1999)
KLTH (1999-2000)
Owner Hi-Favor Broadcasting, LLC
Website [1]

KEZY (1240 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish Religious format. Licensed to San Bernardino, California, USA, the station is currently owned by Hi-Favor Broadcasting, LLC.[1]

KEZY and its sister stations KLTX and KSDO serve Southern California with Spanish Christian music and quality Christian programs that encourage and inform. Some of the most popular programs are Con Gozo en La Manana, Buenas Nuevas and Cambiando Vivas. Much of the content is simulcast of Radio Nueva Vida Radio network.


The station initially signed on in 1948 as KRNO. On 1970-10-26, the station changed its call sign to KBON. On 1980-08-01, the station changed its call sign to KDIG, on 1987-07-27 to KLFE, on 1995-08-01 to KKLA, on 1999-08-30 to KLTH, and on 2000-09-27 to the current KEZY.[2]

KEZY joined the Spanish language evangelical Christian network in 2002. Before that, it was a simulcast of KLTX 1390AM, airing Christian teaching shows (such as Through the Bible) and Michael Reagan's talk show. It was also the play-by-play home of the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes of the California League of minor-league baseball in 2000 and carried some high school football games as well.


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