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Lettris is a curious tetris-clone game where all the bricks have the same square shape but different content. Each square carries a letter. To make squares disappear and save space for other squares you have to assemble English words (left, right, up, down) from the falling squares.
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|City of license||Santa Fe, New Mexico|
|Broadcast area||Santa Fe
Albuquerque, New Mexico
|Slogan||The Most Hip-Hop and R&B|
|First air date||1969 (as KAFE-FM)|
|Format||Rhythmic Top 40|
|Callsign meaning||KISS (the second K substitutes for the I)|
|Former callsigns||KAFE-FM (1969-1985)|
|Sister stations||KIOT, KJFA, KKRG|
KKSS (97.3 FM) is a commercial radio station located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, broadcasting to the Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico, area. KKSS airs a rhythmic Top 40 music format branded as "Kiss 97.3".
KKSS signed on with the format in 1985, although at times they had detoured to mainstream Top 40 a few times, mostly when they got new competition (most of them short-lived). But that all changed when Univision bought the station in 2002 from Simmons Media Group and flipped it back to its current Rhythmic Top 40 direction after its former owners tried to make it a mainstream Top 40 again.
Today KKSS has managed to do successfully well with its mix of R&B-hip hop and rhythmic pop product, despite the competition it is getting from Rhythmic rival KAGM and mainstream Top 40 rivals KKOB-FM and KDLW.
KKSS call letters were originally used for a St. Louis Station KMJM, now KSLZ, back in 1979.
Mornings: Houseparty - Dana Cortez & Kandee Man
Middays: DJ Lopez
Afternoons: Johnny V.
Nights: MQ & DJ 3 In The Mix
Overnights & Streets: DJ Animal
Web: Big G
Program Director: DJ Lopez
Music Director: MQ
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