KSPA radio, AM 1510, is a unique entity in the broadcast industry. In the Inland Empire, it is, at 10,000 watts, the strongest AM signal in the area. It can be heard up in Barstow and down below Temecula. It can be heard in and beyond Banning as well as Irwindale.
The station is licensed to the city of Ontario, and it is physically located in Rancho Cucamonga. Being a “west end” station it’s audience is never measured in the ratings of the Arbitron Company. Since that is the only radio survey company people who judge stations by “numbers” have nothing to go on. Still, with the power of the signal as well as a virtual exclusivity in its Contemporary Adult Standards format of Sinatra and Bennett along with Bublé and other contemporary performers (not to mention sports with the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes, The Trojans and the Chargers) there is nothing else like it on any area radio dial.
Over 25 Inland Empire area chambers of commerce and business organizations will be at this year’s Inland Empire’s Largest Mixer® V, the most heralded business mixer/expo of the year, being held Wednesday, October 19, 2011 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Ontario Convention Center, Exhibit Hall A, 2000 E. Convention Center Way Ontario, CA 91764.
Inland Empire’s Largest Mixer® V– part social mixer, part business expo – is the 5th installment in the “Largest Mixer®” family of events that has already produced successful mixers for the past 13 years in Orange County, Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
For a complete list of exhibitors and sponsors, please visitwww.iemixer.comor call (909) 560-2800 for further information.