KHRT

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KHRT
KHRT logo
City of license Minot, North Dakota
Branding K-Heart
Slogan Today's Christian Music (FM)
Solid Gospel (AM)
Frequency 106.9 (MHz) FM
1320 (kHz) AM
Format Contemporary Christian music (FM)
Gospel music (AM)
Power AM: 2,500 watts (day)
310 watts (night)
ERP FM: 50,000 watts
HAAT 105 meters
Class C2 (FM), B (AM)
Callsign meaning K-HeaRT
Affiliations SRN
Owner Faith Broadcasting
Website http://www.khrt.com/

KHRT (106.9 FM and 1320 AM) are two Christian radio stations located in Minot, North Dakota owned and operated by Faith Broadcasting. KHRT-FM concentrates on contemporary Christian music (CCM), while the AM station concentrates on a gospel music format. Both stations air satellite fed programming from Salem Communications during the overnights and weekends.

The FM station is also rebroadcast on several translators (low-powered rebroadcasters) outside of its main listening area. Both the AM and FM stations are streaming on the Internet.

Though they are classified as commercial radio stations by the FCC, KHRT acts as a nonprofit organization using commercial advertisements as a way to fund, though it also takes donations.

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Coordinates: 48°11′48″N 101°14′00″W / 48.19667°N 101.23333°W / 48.19667; -101.23333