KYAK

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KYAK
City of license Yakima, Washington
Branding American Christian Network
Slogan "Providing Christian Radio to the Pacific Northwest"
Frequency 930AM (kHz)
Format Christian Radio
Power 10,000 watts day
127 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 36030
Affiliations American Christian Network
Owner Yakima Christian Broadcasting
Sister stations KTBI, KGDN
Website http://www.kyak.com/

KYAK is a Christian radio station licensed to Yakima, Washington, broadcasting on 930 kHz AM. The station is owned by Yakima Christian Broadcasting.[1]

KYAK began broadcasting in Yakima in 1955 as KUTI, a rock and roll station, owned by former Seattle disk jockey, Walter N. "Wally" Nelskog. The transmitter is in its original location, on Butterfield Road, Yakima, Washington.

References[edit]

  1. ^ KYAK fcc.gov. Accessed September 29, 2012

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