1190 AM

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The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 1190 kHz:[1] 1190 AM is a United States and Mexican clear-channel frequency.[2] WOWO, in Fort Wayne, Indiana is a former Class A (reduced to Class B); KEX in Portland, Oregon and XEWK in Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico share Class A status of 1190 kHz.

In Canada

  • CFSL in Weyburn, Saskatchewan

In Mexico

In the United States

  • KDAO (AM) in Marshalltown, Iowa
  • KDYA in Vallejo, California
  • KEX (AM) in Portland, Oregon
  • KFXR (AM) in Dallas, Texas
  • KGBN in Anaheim, California
  • KJJI in White Hall, Arkansas
  • KKOJ in Jackson, Minnesota
  • KMFX (AM) in Wabasha, Minnesota
  • KNEK (AM) in Washington, Louisiana
  • KNUV in Tolleson, Arizona
  • KDMR (AM) in Kansas City, Missouri
  • KQQZ in Fairview Heights, Illinois
  • KREB in Bentonville-Bella, Arkansas
  • KVCU in Boulder, Colorado
  • KVSV (AM) in Beloit, Kansas
  • KXKS (AM) in Albuquerque, New Mexico
  • WAFS (AM) in Atlanta, Georgia
  • WAMT in Pine Castle-Sky Lake, Florida
  • WBDY in Bluefield, Virginia
  • WBIS in Annapolis, Maryland
  • WBMJ in San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • WCRW in Leesburg, Virginia
  • WMEJ in Bay Saint Louis, Mississippi
  • WEUV in Moulton, Alabama
  • WIXE in Monroe, North Carolina
  • WLIB in New York, New York
  • WJPJ in Humboldt, Tennessee
  • WNWC (AM) in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin
  • WOWO (AM) in Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • WPSP in Royal Palm Beach, Florida
  • WSDE in Cobleskill, New York
  • WSDQ in Dunlap, Tennessee
  • WVUS in Grafton, West Virginia
  • WWIO (AM) in Saint Marys, Georgia

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