KFMA and La Caliente to Switch Frequencies

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In what's seemingly a promotion for the world of alt-rock in Tucson, Lotus-owned radio stations KFMA and La Caliente (the biggest Spanish language in the market) are switching frequencies, with KFMA moving to 102.1 and La Caliente taking over the dual spots of the dial of 92.1 and 101.3 on March 21 at midnight. For what it's worth, 102.1 is the more powerful tower, broadcasting at twice the wattage of 92.1, so if you've had issues picking up my Friday at 8:05 a.m. appearance on the Fook morning show, this has to be good news.