We have an interesting "new" station here in the El Paso area. It has been Spanish for as long as I can remember but now is playing a very wide variety of English language music from the 60's to present day. I am even hearing dance and alternative rock versions from 12 inch singles. The only announcements are still mostly Spanish and I believe they are saying "hits, digital" and then give the call letters of KXPL and 10,000 watts of power. I need to get a Spanish speaking friend to listen more carefully. There are no commercials as of yet. When they first started playing music I found it to be distorted as if the audio volume was set too high but they were off for a few days and now it sounds very good. In fact in the car, other than the fact it is not stereo, I would think it was FM. I wonder if they hope to get an FM translator as the only drawback is they have to go off of the air at sunset. But then at night I have my favorite, KCKK 1510 from Littleton, CO.