1160 AM

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The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 1160 kHz:[1] in the United States and Mexico. Radio station KSL in Salt Lake City, Utah is the dominant Class A station on 1160 AM, a United States clear-channel frequency, according to the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC).[2]

In Argentina[edit]

In Mexico[edit]

  • XEQIN-AM in San Quintin, Baja California

In the United States[edit]

Stations in bold are clear-channel stations.

Call sign City of license Day kW Night kW Transmitter coordinates
KBDT Highland Park, Texas 35 1 33°06′29″N 97°18′35″W / 33.1080555°N 97.3097225°W / 33.1080555; -97.3097225 (KBDT - 35 kW day, 1 kW night)[3]
KCTO Cleveland, Missouri 5 0.23 38°40′26″N 94°36′28″W / 38.673889°N 94.607778°W / 38.673889; -94.607778 (KCTO - 5 kW day, 0.23 kW night)
KMRV Waukon, Iowa 0.88 0.026 43°17′13″N 91°28′06″W / 43.286944°N 91.468333°W / 43.286944; -91.468333 (KMRV - 0.88 kW day, 0.026 kW night)
KRDY San Antonio, Texas 10 1 29°32′11″N 98°41′11″W / 29.536389°N 98.686389°W / 29.536389; -98.686389 (KRDY - 10 kW day, 1 kW night)
KSL Salt Lake City, Utah 50 50 40°46′48″N 112°05′51″W / 40.78°N 112.0975°W / 40.78; -112.0975 (KSL - 50 kW day, 50 kW night)
WBQN Barceloneta-Manati, Puerto Rico 5 2.5 18°26′23″N 66°33′07″W / 18.439722°N 66.551944°W / 18.439722; -66.551944 (WBQN - 5 kW day, 2.5 kW night)
WBYN Lehighton, Pennsylvania 4 1 40°49′03″N 75°41′31″W / 40.8175°N 75.691944°W / 40.8175; -75.691944 (WBYN - 4 kW day, 1 kW night)
WCCS Homer City, Pennsylvania 10 1 40°34′18″N 79°10′12″W / 40.571667°N 79.17°W / 40.571667; -79.17 (WCCS - 10 kW day, 1 kW night)
WCFO East Point, Georgia 50 0.16 33°49′34″N 84°36′20″W / 33.826111°N 84.605556°W / 33.826111; -84.605556 (WCFO - 50 kW day, 0.16 kW night)
WCRT Donelson, Tennessee 50 1 36°09′49″N 86°42′56″W / 36.163611°N 86.715556°W / 36.163611; -86.715556 (WCRT - 50 kW day, 1 kW night)
WCVX Florence, Kentucky 5 0.99 38°58′09″N 84°40′56″W / 38.969167°N 84.682222°W / 38.969167; -84.682222 (WCVX - 5 kW day, 0.99 kW night)
WCXI Fenton, Michigan 1 1 42°32′39″N 83°33′36″W / 42.544167°N 83.56°W / 42.544167; -83.56 (WCXI - 1 kW day, 1 kW night)
WEWC Callahan, Florida 5 0.25 30°22′28″N 81°44′28″W / 30.374444°N 81.741111°W / 30.374444; -81.741111 (WEWC - 5 kW day, 0.25 kW night)
WKCM Hawesville, Kentucky 2.5 0.055 37°54′20″N 86°45′30″W / 37.905556°N 86.758333°W / 37.905556; -86.758333 (WKCM - 2.5 kW day, 0.055 kW night)
WMET Gaithersburg, Maryland 50 1.5 39°11′16″N 77°12′56″W / 39.187778°N 77.215556°W / 39.187778; -77.215556 (WMET - 50 kW day, 1.5 kW night)
WOBM Lakewood Township, New Jersey 5 8.9 40°08′09″N 74°13′48″W / 40.135833°N 74.23°W / 40.135833; -74.23 (WOBM - 5 kW day, 8.9 kW night)
WODY Fieldale, Virginia 5 0.25 36°42′36″N 79°57′58″W / 36.71°N 79.966111°W / 36.71; -79.966111 (WODY - 5 kW day, 0.25 kW night)
WPIE Trumansburg, New York 5 0.31 42°32′42″N 76°42′39″W / 42.545°N 76.710833°W / 42.545; -76.710833 (WPIE - 5 kW day, 0.31 kW night)
WRLZ St. Cloud, Florida 2.5 0.5 28°16′15″N 81°20′00″W / 28.270833°N 81.333333°W / 28.270833; -81.333333 (WRLZ - 2.5 kW day, 0.5 kW night)
WSKW Skowhegan, Maine 10 0.73 44°44′43″N 69°41′34″W / 44.745139°N 69.6927775°W / 44.745139; -69.6927775 (WSKW - 10 kW day, 0.73 kW night)[3]
WSSV Mechanicville, New York 5 0.57 42°55′12″N 73°42′08″W / 42.92°N 73.702222°W / 42.92; -73.702222 (WSSV - 5 kW day, 0.57 kW night)
WVNJ Oakland, New Jersey 20 2.5 41°03′23″N 74°14′58″W / 41.056389°N 74.249444°W / 41.056389; -74.249444 (WVNJ - 20 kW day, 2.5 kW night)
WWQT Tryon, North Carolina 10 0.5 35°14′17″N 82°14′34″W / 35.238056°N 82.242778°W / 35.238056; -82.242778 (WWQT - 10 kW day, 0.5 kW night)
WYDU Red Springs, North Carolina 5 0.25 34°50′19″N 79°10′36″W / 34.838611°N 79.176667°W / 34.838611; -79.176667 (WYDU - 5 kW day, 0.25 kW night)
WYLL Chicago, Illinois 50 50 41°48′27″N 87°55′47″W / 41.8075°N 87.929861°W / 41.8075; -87.929861 (WYLL - 50 kW day, 50 kW night)[3]

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=1160&fre2=1160&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. ^ a b c Coordinates are halfway between the daytime and nighttime antenna locations.