KISS 103.1 fm is Still Running Hot and On-the-Air
A few weeks back, lightning struck our primary transmitter, and the resulting power surge knocked out some key broadcast components. But, despite what you may have heard, KISS 103.1 is still broadcasting live to Central Texas. We may not be at full power, but we are still hot. Check out our current coverage map, after the break.
The bad news is, some of the components that burnt out during the surge are so rare that only a single manufacturer makes them in the United States. That means they're being custom ordered to replace the ones we lost, and that process takes time. The good news is, it's underway as we speak, and we'll be back up to full signal strength before you know it.
In the meantime, or if you're outside our current green broadcast zone, don't forget that you can listen to Kiss 103.1 fm 24/7, clear as a bell, through our online player or the radioPup app, available for iOS and Android devices and newly available on Sonos audio systems.