1030 AM

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The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 1030 kHz:[1] 1030 AM is a United States clear-channel frequency.[2] WBZ in Boston, Massachusetts is the dominant Class A station on 1030 AM.

In Argentina[edit]

In Guatemala (Channel 50[3])[edit]

  • TGUX in Guatemala City

In Mexico[edit]

In the United States[edit]

Stations in bold are clear-channel stations.

Call sign City of license Day kW Night kW Transmitter coordinates
KBUF Holcomb, Kansas 2.5 1.2 38°00′01″N 100°53′54″W / 38.000278°N 100.898333°W / 38.000278; -100.898333 (KBUF - 2.5 kW day, 1.2 kW night)
KCTA Corpus Christi, Texas 50 0 27°55′59″N 97°15′35″W / 27.933056°N 97.259722°W / 27.933056; -97.259722 (KCTA - 50 kW day, off air at night)
KCWJ Blue Springs, Missouri 5 0.5 39°02′44″N 94°14′06″W / 39.045556°N 94.235°W / 39.045556; -94.235 (KCWJ - 5 kW day, 0.5 kW night)
KDUN Reedsport, Oregon 50 0.63 43°44′17″N 124°04′30″W / 43.738056°N 124.075°W / 43.738056; -124.075 (KDUN - 50 kW day, 0.63 kW night)
KFAY Farmington, Arkansas 6 1 36°06′34″N 94°10′59″W / 36.109444°N 94.183056°W / 36.109444; -94.183056 (KFAY - 6 kW day, 1 kW night)
KJDJ San Luis Obispo, California 2.5 0.7 35°17′58″N 120°40′24″W / 35.299444°N 120.673333°W / 35.299444; -120.673333 (KJDJ - 2.5 kW day, 0.7 kW night)
KMAS Shelton, Washington 10 1 47°13′17″N 123°04′46″W / 47.221389°N 123.079444°W / 47.221389; -123.079444 (KMAS - 10 kW day, 1 kW night)
KTWO Casper, Wyoming 50 50 42°50′34″N 106°13′07″W / 42.842778°N 106.218611°W / 42.842778; -106.218611 (KTWO - 50 kW day, 50 kW night)
KVOI Cortaro, Arizona 10 1 32°20′51″N 111°04′19″W / 32.3475°N 111.071944°W / 32.3475; -111.071944 (KVOI - 10 kW day, 1 kW night)
WBZ Boston, Massachusetts 50 50 42°16′44″N 70°52′34″W / 42.278889°N 70.876111°W / 42.278889; -70.876111 (WBZ - 50 kW day, 50 kW night)
WCTS Maplewood, Minnesota 50 1 44°52′01″N 92°54′02″W / 44.866944°N 92.900556°W / 44.866944; -92.900556 (WCTS - 50 kW day, 1 kW night)
WDRU Wake Forest, North Carolina 50 0 36°10′43″N 78°45′30″W / 36.178611°N 78.758333°W / 36.178611; -78.758333 (WDRU - 50 kW day, off air at night)
WEBS Calhoun, Georgia 5 0.003 34°29′25″N 84°55′04″W / 34.490278°N 84.917778°W / 34.490278; -84.917778 (WEBS - 5 kW day, 0.003 kW night)
WGFC Floyd, Virginia 1 0 36°55′33″N 80°16′34″W / 36.925833°N 80.276111°W / 36.925833; -80.276111 (WGFC - 1 kW day, off air at night)
WGSF Memphis, Tennessee 50 1 35°10′59″N 89°56′17″W / 35.183056°N 89.938056°W / 35.183056; -89.938056 (WGSF - 50 kW day, 1 kW night)
WNOW Mint Hill, North Carolina 9.4 0 35°08′26″N 80°36′01″W / 35.140556°N 80.600278°W / 35.140556; -80.600278 (WNOW - 9.4 kW day, off air at night)
WNVR Vernon Hills, Illinois 10 0.12 42°15′10″N 88°23′45″W / 42.252778°N 88.395833°W / 42.252778; -88.395833 (WNVR - 10 kW day, 0.12 kW night)
WONQ Oviedo, Florida 45 1.7 28°40′30″N 81°10′00″W / 28.675°N 81.166667°W / 28.675; -81.166667 (WONQ - 45 kW day, 1.7 kW night)
WOSO San Juan, Puerto Rico 10 10 18°22′07″N 66°15′17″W / 18.368611°N 66.254722°W / 18.368611; -66.254722 (WOSO - 10 kW day, 10 kW night)
WTHQ Point Pleasant, West Virginia 10 0 38°48′42″N 82°05′59″W / 38.811667°N 82.099722°W / 38.811667; -82.099722 (WTHQ - 10 kW day, off air at night)
WUFL Sterling Heights, Michigan 5 0 42°36′17″N 82°54′40″W / 42.604722°N 82.911111°W / 42.604722; -82.911111 (WUFL - 5 kW day, off air at night)
WWGB Indian Head, Maryland 50 0 38°33′53″N 76°49′01″W / 38.564722°N 76.816944°W / 38.564722; -76.816944 (WWGB - 50 kW day, off air at night)
WYCZ White Bluff, Tennessee 1 0.25 36°08′03″N 87°12′58″W / 36.134167°N 87.216111°W / 36.134167; -87.216111 (WYCZ - 1 kW day, 0.25 kW night)

References[edit]

Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap 
Download coordinates as: KML · GPX
  1. ^ http://transition.fcc.gov/fcc-bin/amq?state=&call=&arn=&city=&freq=1030&fre2=1030&single=1&type=3&facid=&class=&list=1&dist=&dlat2=&mlat2=&slat2=&NS=N&dlon2=&mlon2=&slon2=&EW=W&size=9
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-04-30. Retrieved 2013-02-20.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-03-25. Retrieved 2013-01-31.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)