790 AM

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The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 790 kHz:[1] The Federal Communications Commission classifies 790 AM as a regional broadcast frequency.[2]

In Canada[edit]

No stations in Canada currently use the frequency. CFCW in Camrose, Alberta was the last station to do so but moved to 840 AM on August 1, 2015.

In Mexico[edit]

In the United States[edit]

  • KABC in Los Angeles, California
  • KBET in Winchester, Nevada
  • KBME in Houston, Texas
  • KCAM in Glennallen, Alaska
  • KEJY in Eureka, California
  • KFGO in Fargo, North Dakota
  • KFPT in Clovis, California
  • KFYO in Lubbock, Texas
  • KGHL in Billings, Montana
  • KGMI in Bellingham, Washington
  • KJRB in Spokane, Washington
  • KKON in Kealakekua, Hawaii
  • KNST in Tucson, Arizona
  • KOSY in Texarkana, Arkansas
  • KSPD in Boise, Idaho
  • KURM in Rogers, Arkansas
  • KWIL in Albany, Oregon
  • KXXX in Colby, Kansas
  • WAEB in Allentown, Pennsylvania
  • WAXY in South Miami, Florida
  • WAYY in Eau Claire, Wisconsin
  • WBLO in Thomasville, North Carolina
  • WETB in Johnson City, Tennessee
  • WGRA in Cairo, Georgia
  • WHTH in Heath, Ohio
  • WJNA in Ashland City, Tennessee
  • WKRD in Louisville, Kentucky
  • WLBE in Leesburg-Eustis, Florida
  • WLSV in Wellsville, New York
  • WMC in Memphis, Tennessee
  • WNIS in Norfolk, Virginia
  • WPIC in Sharon, Pennsylvania
  • WPNN in Pensacola, Florida
  • WPRV in Providence, Rhode Island
  • WQXI in Atlanta, Georgia
  • WRMS in Beardstown, Illinois
  • WSFN in Brunswick, Georgia
  • WSGW in Saginaw, Michigan
  • WSVG in Mount Jackson, Virginia
  • WTNY in Watertown, New York
  • WTSK in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
  • WVCD in Bamberg-Denmark, South Carolina

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