KMXP (Mix 96.9 FM) is a commercial hot adult contemporary music radio station in Phoenix, Arizona, owned and operated by iHeartMedia. Its studios are located in Phoenix near Sky Harbor International Airport and its transmitter is in South Mountain Park.
On-air deejays include: Mathew Blades, Amy Kelly
Past on-air deejays include: AJ Frey, Ron Geronimo, Bryan Allen, Stephani Young, and Phil Steiner.
Mix 96.9's HD Radio signal is multiplexed. The main signal is a simulcast of Mix 96.9's hot adult contemporary programming. The second channel carries an adult album alternative format programmed by iHeartMedia's called The Music Summit.
Originally, 96.9 FM was KMEO-FM (Cameo) broadcasting easy listening music programming. In the late 1980s, the format evolved into an adult contemporary music format. In 1991, it became oldies-formatted "Sunny 97" (KPSN), which would spark a whirlwind of format and callsign changes: on November 28, 1994, it became classic hits KCHT (later KHTC) (first as "96.9 K-Hits FM", then as "The New 96.9 Classic Hits"), then rebranded to KGLQ (Eagle 96.9). On September 4, 1998, at 3pm, after stunting that day with the sound of a ticking clock and liners advising listeners to listen at that time and poking fun at competing radio stations, 96.9 adopted its current format, hot adult contemporary, as KMXP “Mix 96.9”. The first song on "Mix" was New Sensation by INXS.