KQAK

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KQAK
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City of license Bend, Oregon
Broadcast area Bend, Oregon
Branding 105.7 KQAK
Slogan Rock & Roll's Greatest Hits
Frequency 105.7 MHz
First air date September 5, 1986 (as KWBX)
Format Classic Hits
ERP 40,000 watts
HAAT 180 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 31175
Callsign meaning K QuAcK
Former callsigns KJII (1984-1986, CP)
KWBX (1986-1990)
Owner Horizon Broadcasting Group
Webcast Listen Live
Website kqakfm.com

KQAK is a commercial classic hits music radio station in Bend, Oregon, broadcasting on 105.7 FM.

History of the KQAK call sign[edit]

KQAK was the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) call sign of a now defunct classic rock—and, more memorably, new wave/punk/gothic/ska—radio station, "The Quake," in San Francisco, California. See KSOL-FM under the history section for more information.

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Coordinates: 44°04′41″N 121°19′52″W / 44.078°N 121.331°W / 44.078; -121.331