560 AM

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The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 560 kHz:[1] The Federal Communications Commission categorizes 560 AM as a regional frequency; the maximum power for any station on this frequency (in the United States) is 5,000 watts.[2]

In Argentina[edit]

  • LRA9 in Esquel
  • LRA13 in Bahía Blanca
  • LRA16 in La Quiaca
  • LT15 in San Antonio de Padua de la Concordia
  • LV1 in San Juan

In Brazil[edit]

In Canada[edit]

  • CBDN in Dawson, Yukon
  • CFOS in Owen Sound, Ontario
  • CHTK in Prince Rupert, British Columbia (moved to FM)

In Colombia[edit]

In Cuba[edit]

  • CMIA in Ciego de Ávila

In the Dominican Republic[edit]

In Ecuador[edit]

In Guyana[edit]

  • 8RG in Sparendaam

In Honduras[edit]

  • HRPX in San Pedro Sula

In Jamaica[edit]

  • JCB in Naggo Head

In Mexico[edit]

In Panama[edit]

  • HOH 2 in Nuevo San Juan

In Peru[edit]

In the United States[edit]

  • KBLU in Yuma, Arizona
  • KLVI in Beaumont, Texas
  • KLZ in Denver, Colorado
  • KMON in Great Falls, Montana
  • KPQ in Wenatchee, Washington
  • KSFO in San Francisco, California
  • KVOK in Kodiak, Alaska
  • KWTO in Springfield, Missouri
  • WEBC in Duluth, Minnesota
  • WFIL in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • WFRB in Frostburg, Maryland
  • WGAI in Elizabeth City, North Carolina
  • WGAN in Portland, Maine
  • WHBQ in Memphis, Tennessee
  • WHYN in Springfield, Massachusetts
  • WIND in Chicago, Illinois
  • WJLS in Beckley, West Virginia
  • WMIK in Middlesboro, Kentucky
  • WNSR in Brentwood, Tennessee
  • WOOF in Dothan, Alabama
  • WQAM in Miami, Florida
  • WRDT in Monroe, Michigan
  • WVOC in Columbia, South Carolina

In Venezuela[edit]

  • YVRH in Puerto Ordaz

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