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Polished Edge: Christian music station official launch




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SAN ANTONIO -- Salem Communications is pleased to announce the launch of TheFishSanAntonio.com, San Antonio’s new local Christian music station. The station officially launched on Thanksgiving evening and is playing continuous Christmas music through the Christmas holiday.

On Dec. 26, TheFishSanAntonio.com will begin its regular format playing popular Christian artists like Toby Mac, Chris Tomlin, Mandisa, and more. In addition, the music station will focus on local events and local life in San Antonio and the region.

Listeners can find TheFishSanAntonio.com online, on their tablet, and on their smartphone. Bluetooth technology will allow listening in cars via the free phone app, for Android and iPhone operating systems.

TheFishSanAntonio.com is the newest member of the San Antonio Salem Communications family and is locally operated along with its sister stations AM630 KSLR and News Talk 930 KLUP.
 

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