KOMO-FM

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KOMO-FM
KOMO Newsradio logo
City of license Oakville, Washington
Broadcast area southern portions of the Seattle Metropolitan Area and Olympic Peninsula
Branding KOMO Newsradio 1000 AM/97.7 FM
Slogan What happens next, happens here.
Frequency 97.7 MHz FM
Format All News
ERP 69,000 watts
HAAT 701 meters
Class C
Facility ID 51167
Former callsigns KSWW (1984-1999)
KFMY (1999-2009)
Owner South Sound Broadcasting (operated by Sinclair Broadcast Group under local marketing agreement)
Webcast Listen Live
Website KOMO Newsradio

KOMO-FM (97.7 FM) is a radio station simulcasting the newsradio format of Seattle, Washington's KOMO (1000). Licensed to Oakville, Washington, USA, it effectively serves as a full-power translator station serving the southern portion of the Olympic Peninsula. The station is currently owned by South Sound Broadcasting, but is programmed and managed via a local marketing agreement by KOMO Radio's owner, Sinclair Broadcast Group. The station's studios and offices are co-located with former television partner KOMO-TV within Fisher Plaza in the Lower Queen Anne section of Seattle, directly across the street from the Space Needle.

Until May 18, 2009, the station's calls were KFMY, and until May 15th of that year, the station played a classic rock format as "Eagle 97.7".

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KOMO-FM is also carried on the following satellite and broadcast translator stations to improve reception of the station:

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Coordinates: 47°18′47″N 123°22′19″W / 47.313°N 123.372°W / 47.313; -123.372