KTKZ

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KTKZ
KTKZ logo.jpg
City of license Sacramento, California
Broadcast area Sacramento area
Branding 1380 The Answer
Slogan News. Opinion. Insight
Frequency 1380 kHz
First air date 1952
Format News Talk Information
Audience share 0.7, #27 (Fa'07, R&R[1])
Power 5,000 watts
Class B
Facility ID 59599
Transmitter coordinates 38°30′29″N 121°34′46″W / 38.50806°N 121.57944°W / 38.50806; -121.57944 (day)
38°33′27″N 121°10′51″W / 38.55750°N 121.18083°W / 38.55750; -121.18083 (night)
Former callsigns KGMS (1952-1985)[2]
KSMJ (1985-1995)
KIMN (1995-1995)
KMJI (1995-1997)
Affiliations Salem Communications
Owner New Inspiration Broadcasting Company, Inc.
Sister stations KFIA 710 AM, KKFS 103.9 FM, KSAC-FM 105.5 FM
Webcast Listen Live
Website am1380theanswer.com

KTKZ (1380 AM, "The Answer") is a conservative talk radio station based in Sacramento, California, United States. The on-air lineup is similar to those on other Salem stations throughout the country.

Hosts on the Salem network include Dennis Prager, Michael Medved, Mike Gallagher and Hugh Hewitt. It also includes non-Salem hosts such as Lars Larson, and John Gibson. KTKZ also features local host Phil Cowan weekdays from 6am to 9pm.

On May 15, 2013, KTKZ was re-branded as "AM 1380 The Answer".

KTKZ has separate day and night transmitter sites.

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