KNCK (AM)

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KNCK
KNCK AM and FM
City of license Concordia, Kansas
Broadcast area Cloud County, Kansas
Branding 1390 Memories
Slogan "Concordia Radio"
Frequency 1390 kHz
First air date 1954
Format Oldies
Power 500 watts (day)
54 watts (night)
Class D
Facility ID 35210
Transmitter coordinates 39°33′58.0″N 97°41′4.0″W / 39.566111°N 97.684444°W / 39.566111; -97.684444
Callsign meaning K North Central Kansas
Affiliations Jones Radio
Owner KNCK, Inc.
Sister stations KNCK-FM
Broadcast headquarters

KNCK (1390 AM, "1390 Memories") is an oldies music formatted radio station licensed to Concordia, Kansas, serving Concordia and Cloud County, Kansas. KNCK is owned and operated by KNCK, Inc. The station derives a portion of its programming from Jones Radio Network's "Kool Gold" Network.

History[edit]

Local businessman Charles Cook, who made his fortune by starting a brick manufacturing plant called Cloud Ceramics, helped start KNCK.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mid-America". The Kansas City Star. 1998-07-07. p. B3. 

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