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For the FM radio station in Benson, Minnesota, United States, see KSCR-FM.
City of license Eugene, Oregon
Broadcast area Eugene, Oregon
Branding 1320 Info Radio
Frequency 1320 kHz
First air date June 12, 1962 (as KATR)
Format Business News/Talk
Power 1,000 watts (day)
48 watts (night)
Class D
Facility ID 30649
Transmitter coordinates 44°5′25.00″N 123°6′43.00″W / 44.0902778°N 123.1119444°W / 44.0902778; -123.1119444
Former callsigns KATR (1962-1985)
KZAM (1985-1990)
KHNN (1990-1992)
KZZK (1992-1995)
KNRQ (1995-2001)
Owner Cumulus Media
(Cumulus Licensing LLC)
Sister stations KUJZ, KZEL, KNRQ, KEHK, KUGN
Webcast Listen Live
Listen Live via iHeart
Website 1320inforadio.com

KSCR (1320 AM, "1320 Info Radio") is a radio station broadcasting a business talk format. Licensed to Eugene, Oregon, USA, the station serves the Eugene-Springfield area. The station, established in 1962, is currently owned by Cumulus Media. It has been granted a construction permit by the FCC to change its transmitter site, decrease day power to 600 watts and night power to 40 watts.


KSCR features business news and talk programming.[1]

The station features three local business talk shows, including long-time Eugene talk radio personality Steve Tannen. His show, SportsTalk, is followed by The Writer's Block with The Register-Guard sports columnist George Schroeder and KSCR's Justin Myers. Myers continues with his afternoon drive program, The Sports Idol.

KSCR airs University of Oregon women's basketball as a member of the Oregon Sports Network.[2]


The station, launched in 1962 as KATR, was assigned call sign KZAM on 1985-08-20. On 1990-05-01, the station changed its call sign to KHNN, on 1992-10-01 to KZZK, on 1995-09-29 to KNRQ, and on 2001-04-26 to KSCR.[3]

On April 1, 2010 KSCR changed their format from sports (as "The Score") to business news and talk, branded as "1320 Info Radio".


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  1. ^ "KSCR Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 
  2. ^ "OSB Radio Affiliates". GoDucks.com - The University of Oregon Official Athletics Site. Retrieved April 14, 2009. 
  3. ^ "KSCR Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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