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Hot 101.9

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Hot 101.9, formally known as KMXF,[1] is a station licensed in Lowell, Arkansas and airs around the Fayetteville, Arkansas area, the station also airs Elvis Duran and the Morning Show, and at nights the station airs the Top 40 Music Hits List. But let's go into a little bit of history of how Hot 101.9 came to be. So, Hot 101.9 or KMXF is what was called back in the 1990s, on June 30, 1992, KMXF started its first on-air broadcast, KMXF started broadcasting at a 101.9 MHZ (or megahertz) frequency format, and later KMXF was called Hot 101.9. Before it was KMXF, here was some previous names that they named the radio station.

KISK (1990–1994)

KKZQ (1994–1997)

And finally, KMiX Fayetteville (former partial branding).

The Morning Show[edit]

The Elvis Duran and the Morning Show airs from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. on weekdays. Elvis Duran or Barry Brian Cope which is his real name, leads the show as a American radio personality. Before he came to Hot 101.9, he previously worked at Z100 at New York, and before that his previous radio work included a stint as an on-air personality at WIQQ in Philadelphia. Elvis Duran and the Morning Show is hosted by Elvis Duran, Danielle Monaro and Medha Gandhi (or just Gandhi). And the starring are Froggy, Skeery Jones, Garrett Vogel, Scotty B., Coaster Boy Josh, Straight Nate, Sam Diamond, Andrew Aille Deanna, and finally Uncle Johnny.

Maxwell Air Force Base[edit]

Maxwell Air Force Base[2] is an aircraft and Airforce Base located in Montgomery, Alabama. Maxwell Air Force Base opened on July 15, 1931. During WWII, the Southeast Air Corps Army Air Force Training Center, headquartered at Maxwell Field, conducted basic and advanced flight training for tens of thousands of flying cadets, including those of Allied air forces, at Maxwell Field and airfields across the Southeast United States. In 1922, the Air Corps named the airfield 2nd Lieutenant William C. Maxwell, a native of Natchez, Alabama, killed in an airplane crash in the Philippines on August 12, 1920. By the 1920s, Montgomery became an important link in the growing system of aerial mail service. The ICAO of Maxwell Air Force Base is KXMF.


  1. "FM Station KMXF - Station Information - FCC Public Inspection Files".
  2. "Maxwell Air Force Base". Retrieved 2024-04-06.


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