780 AM

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The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 780 kHz: There are only eight stations in the 48 United States plus one in Alaska which are authorized to broadcast on 780 AM during nighttime hours. 780 AM is a United States clear-channel frequency.[1]KNOM in Nome, Alaska and WBBM in Chicago, Illinois share Class A status of 780 kHz.[2]

Argentina[edit]

British Virgin Islands[edit]

Mexico[edit]

United States[edit]

Stations in bold are clear-channel stations.

Call sign City of license Day kW Night kW Transmitter coordinates
KAZM Sedona, Arizona 5 0.25 34°51′38″N 111°49′10″W / 34.860556°N 111.819444°W / 34.860556; -111.819444 (KAZM - 5 kW day, 0.25 kW night)
KCEG Pueblo, Colorado 1.9 0.72 38°31′07″N 104°36′03″W / 38.518611°N 104.600833°W / 38.518611; -104.600833 (KCEG - 1.9 kW day, 0.72 kW night)
KKOH Reno, Nevada 50 50 39°40′41″N 119°48′06″W / 39.678056°N 119.801667°W / 39.678056; -119.801667 (KKOH - 50 kW day, 50 kW night)
KNOM Nome, Alaska 25 14 64°29′16″N 165°17′58″W / 64.487778°N 165.299444°W / 64.487778; -165.299444 (KNOM - 25 kW day, 14 kW night)
KSPI Stillwater, Oklahoma 0.25 0 36°04′56″N 97°03′13″W / 36.082222°N 97.053611°W / 36.082222; -97.053611 (KSPI - 0.25 kW day, off air at night)
WAVA Arlington, Virginia 12 0 38°58′35″N 77°06′52″W / 38.976389°N 77.114444°W / 38.976389; -77.114444 (WAVA - 12 kW day, off air at night)
WBBM Chicago, Illinois 50 50 41°59′26″N 88°01′40″W / 41.990556°N 88.027778°W / 41.990556; -88.027778 (WBBM - 50 kW day, 50 kW night)
WCKB Dunn, North Carolina 7 0.001 35°17′01″N 78°35′48″W / 35.283611°N 78.596667°W / 35.283611; -78.596667 (WCKB - 7 kW day, 0.001 kW night)
WIIN Ridgeland, Mississippi 5 0 32°25′36″N 90°12′19″W / 32.426667°N 90.205278°W / 32.426667; -90.205278 (WIIN - 5 kW day, off air at night)
WJAG Norfolk, Nebraska 1 0 42°01′54″N 97°29′47″W / 42.031667°N 97.496389°W / 42.031667; -97.496389 (WJAG - 1 kW day, off air at night)
WPTN Cookeville, Tennessee 1 0 36°10′25″N 85°30′40″W / 36.173611°N 85.511111°W / 36.173611; -85.511111 (WPTN - 1 kW day, off air at night)
WTME Rumford, Maine 1 0.018 44°30′53″N 70°31′01″W / 44.514722°N 70.516944°W / 44.514722; -70.516944 (WTME - 1 kW day, 0.018 kW night)
WWOL Forest City, North Carolina 10 0 35°21′02″N 81°54′04″W / 35.350556°N 81.901111°W / 35.350556; -81.901111 (WWOL - 10 kW day, off air at night)
WXME Monticello, Maine 5 0.06 46°20′30″N 67°49′04″W / 46.341667°N 67.817778°W / 46.341667; -67.817778 (WXME - 5 kW day, 0.06 kW night)

References[edit]

Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap 
Download coordinates as: KML · GPX
  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-04-30. Retrieved 2015-10-01.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ http://transition.fcc.gov/fcc-bin/amq?state=&call=&arn=&city=&freq=780&fre2=780&single=1&type=3&facid=&class=&list=1&dist=&dlat2=&mlat2=&slat2=&NS=N&dlon2=&mlon2=&slon2=&EW=W&size=9
  3. ^ http://www.radionacional.com.ar/category/tierra-del-fuego/lra-10-ushuaia-e-islas-malvinas/
  4. ^ http://www.radionacional.com.ar/category/corrientes/lra-12-santo-tome/
  5. ^ http://www.radio3cadenapatagonia.com/
  6. ^ http://www.radionacional.com.ar/tag/lv8-radio-libertador/

In fiction[edit]

  • KACL in Seattle, Washington - featured in the series Frasier