KCRO

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For the airport serving Corcoran, California, assigned the ICAO code KCRO, see Corcoran Airport.
KCRO
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City of license Omaha, Nebraska
Branding 660 AM KCRO
Slogan Omahas Christian Talk
Frequency 660 kHz
Translator(s) 94.5 K233CO (Omaha)
First air date 1922
Format Christian radio
Power 1,000 watts day
54 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 54902
Transmitter coordinates 41°18′47″N 96°0′36″W / 41.31306°N 96.01000°W / 41.31306; -96.01000Coordinates: 41°18′47″N 96°0′36″W / 41.31306°N 96.01000°W / 41.31306; -96.01000
Callsign meaning K Christian RadiO
Affiliations Salem Communications
Owner Salem Media of Illinois, LLC
Webcast Listen Live
Website kcro.com

KCRO (660 AM) is an Omaha, Nebraska area Salem Communications - owned Christian radio station that can be heard during the day as far south as Missouri and Kansas and North into parts of Minnesota and South Dakota. KCRO airs national programs hosted by such people as Hank Hanegraaff, Jay Sekulow, Adrian Rogers, James Kennedy, Chuck Smith, and James Dobson. It also airs local programs from people such as Jeremy Grant, Gary Hutchens, Pat Abendroth, Nate Seitelbach, and Paul Falkowski. KCRO 660 also airs local gospel shows run by Max Swain, Elder Hunter, and Janice Loud. The general manager of KCRO is Greg Vogt.

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