KAMU-FM

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KAMU-FM
Kamu logo.png
Slogan "The Quality Choice"
Frequency 90.9 MHz
Format Variety
ERP 32,000 watts (vert.)
2,400 watts (horiz.)
HAAT 104 meters
Class C2
Facility ID 65303
Transmitter coordinates 30°37′47″N 96°20′33″W / 30.62972°N 96.34250°W / 30.62972; -96.34250
Affiliations NPR, PRI, APR
Owner Texas A&M University
Webcast Listen Live
Website KAMU-FM Online

KAMU-FM (90.9 FM) is a public radio station located on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. It is owned and operated by the university. It began broadcasting in 1977. The radio station shares the same facility as KAMU-TV, at the Moore Communications Center.

Moore Communications Center, where KAMU is broadcast

KAMU-FM programming includes 35 hours of local content each week. On March 30, 2007, it became the first HD Radio station in the Brazos Valley.[1]

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  1. ^ Butler, Jim (2007-03-29). "KAMU radio, turning 30, to start high-def broadcasting". The Bryan-College Station Eagle. Retrieved 2008-09-16. 

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