KDKT

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KDKT
City of license Beulah, North Dakota
Broadcast area Bismarck-Mandan
Branding KDKT Sports Radio 1410
Frequency 1410 kHz
First air date 1978
Format Commercial; Sports
Power 1,000 watts day
189 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 41175
Callsign meaning K North Dakota
Former callsigns KHOL
Affiliations CBS Sports Radio, Premiere Networks
Owner Digital Syndicate Network
Webcast Listen Live
Website KDKTsports.com

KDKT (1410 AM) is a radio station that serves as West-Central North Dakota's Sports Talk outlet, as "KDKT Sports Radio 1410." KDKT covers a large portion of Western North Dakota, including key cities such as Bismarck, Dickinson and Minot. "KDKT Sports Radio 1410" also carries regional, and local sports teams from North Dakota such as the University of North Dakota, Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks, Bismarck State College, and NDHSAA prep sports. Local on-air personalities include: Derek "The Stack" Stacklie, Jeff Baranick and Jim Kusler, who host the popular Friday Night Live program.

History and Ownership[edit]

KDKT signed on the air in 1978 under the ownership of Mercer Broadcasting Inc, with a Country music format known as "Coal Country" which reflected the coal industry in Western North Dakota. In 2000, the station dropped Country in favor of an Adult Contemporary music format. In 2006, DSN Radio acquired the station and flipped the format to Sports Talk, with the popular CBS Sports Radio network.

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Coordinates: 47°17′15″N 101°45′46″W / 47.28750°N 101.76278°W / 47.28750; -101.76278