KNZR (AM)

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KNZR
KNZR logo.gif
City of license Bakersfield, California
Broadcast area Bakersfield, California
Branding 1560 & 97.7 FM KNZR
Slogan "News. Talk. Dodgers."
Frequency 1560 kHz
First air date 1933[1]
Format News/Talk
Power 25,000 watts (day)
10,000 watts (night)
Class A
Facility ID 7715
Former callsigns 1933-1990: KPMC[2]
Affiliations Los Angeles Dodgers Radio Network
Owner Buckley Broadcasting
(Buckley Broadcasting of California, LLC)
Sister stations KKBB, KLLY, KNZR-FM
Webcast Listen Live
Website knzr.com

KNZR (1560 AM) is a news/talk radio station based in Bakersfield, California, USA. The station broadcasts at 25,000 watts of power daytime and 10,000 watts nighttime, and can be heard in most of California and other Western states every night. KNZR is designated by the FCC as a "clear channel" radio station. It is owned by Buckley Broadcasting. The station was assigned the KNZR call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on September 21, 1990.[2] An FM simulcast on the former KSMJ began in November 2011.

Programming[edit]

KNZR is the local home of Coast to Coast AM, The Glenn Beck Program, The Rush Limbaugh Show, The Jaz McKay Radio Extravaganza, Inga Barks Show, and The Mark Levin Show. KNZR is the local affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers and a new local affiliate of the Fresno State Bulldogs.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KPMC First Air Date". 1970 Broadcasting Yearbook. pp. B–17. Retrieved October 26, 2011. 
  2. ^ a b "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 

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Coordinates: 35°18′30″N 119°02′46″W / 35.30833°N 119.04611°W / 35.30833; -119.04611