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City of license Brawley, California
Broadcast area Imperial Valley, California
Branding Jose
Slogan Nunca Sabes Lo Que Va Tocar
Frequency 94.5 (MHz)
First air date 1988

Spanish Adult Hits

owner = Entravision Communications Corporation
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 92 meters
Class B

KSEH, a Spanish Hits radio station known as Jose 94.5[1], is owned by Entravision Communications and broadcasts a 50,000 watt signal located on the frequency of 94.5 FM to the Imperial Valley, Yuma, Mexicali and San Luis Rio Colorado areas. The city of license is Brawley, California.


First went on the air in 1972 as KECY named for its partnership with the KECY television station, it had a rock and roll format until it switched to country/western and adopted a new call sign KWES or better known as "K-West" in 1982, but wasn't able to adopt the call sign "KWST" until 1990 when the famous L.A. based station KWST ceased operations. In 2000, KWST switched formats, and its call sign became KSEH.

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