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City of license Pueblo, Colorado
Branding Colorado Public Radio
Frequency 1230 kHz
First air date February, 1948
Format Public; News/talk
Power 1,000 watts
Class C
Facility ID 53851
Affiliations Colorado Public Radio, NPR
Owner Public Broadcasting Of Colorado
(Public Broadcasting Of Colorado)
Webcast OGG Vorbis Stream
Website cpr.org

KKPC (1230 AM) is a radio station licensed to Pueblo, Colorado. The station is owned by Colorado Public Radio (CPR), and airs CPR's "Colorado News" network, originating from KCFR-FM in Denver, Colorado.

KKPC signed on in February, 1948 as KDZA.


CPR's Colorado News network broadcasts programming from National Public Radio (including Morning Edition and All Things Considered), American Public Media (including A Prairie Home Companion), and Public Radio International (including This American Life and The World), as well as an original daily interview show called Colorado Matters.

Main article: Colorado Public Radio

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Coordinates: 38°16′38″N 104°39′13″W / 38.27722°N 104.65361°W / 38.27722; -104.65361