KLIB

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KLIB
Broadcast area Roseville, California/Sacramento, California
Frequency 1110 (kHz)
First air date April 1, 1968
Format Asian radio
Power 5,000 watts day
500 watts night
Class B
Owner Multicultural Broadcasting

KLIB (1110 AM) is a radio station that broadcasts from Roseville, California, and serves Sacramento. The station broadcasts to the Asian community, and is owned by Multicultural Radio Broadcasting. The transmitter's broadcast power is 5,000 watts daytime, 500 watts nighttime.

The 1110 kHz frequency was previously used by stations KPOP, KPIP, KRCX.[1] The station was taken off air in April 2006.[2]

Companion AM Station KFSG-AM (1690 kHz) was licensed for operations in 2001 [1] as part of the FCC's expanded AM band program.[2] At the end of the 5 year period, the licensee (Way Broadcasting) would have to either discontinue operations in the expanded band or return the original license (KLIB in this case) and cease operations. The station went silent in 2006 and removed its directional phasing equipment to comply, but also filed a request to retain both licenses. On February 20, 2007, the FCC granted a temporary authority to resume operations using a lower power non-directional antenna pending the final disposition of the expanded band license issue. [3]

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Coordinates: 38°44′21″N 121°12′54″W / 38.7393°N 121.2149°W / 38.7393; -121.2149