960 AM

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The following radio stations broadcast on AM frequency 960 kHz:[1] The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) classifies 960 AM as a regional frequency.[2] CFAC is the only station in Canada and the United States on 960 AM which broadcasts with more than 10,000 watts.

In Canada[edit]

  • CFAC in Calgary, Alberta

In Mexico[edit]

In the United States[edit]

  • KALE in Richland, Washington
  • KCGS in Marshall, Arkansas
  • KFLN in Baker, Montana
  • KGKL (AM) in San Angelo, Texas
  • KGWA in Enid, Oklahoma
  • KIMP in Mount Pleasant, Texas
  • KIXW (AM) in Apple Valley, California
  • KKNT in Phoenix, Arizona
  • KLAD (AM) in Klamath Falls, Oregon
  • KLTF in Little Falls, Minnesota
  • KMA (AM) in Shenandoah, Iowa
  • KNDN in Farmington, New Mexico
  • KNEB (AM) in Scottsbluff, Nebraska
  • KNEW (AM) in Oakland, California
  • KOVO in Provo, Utah
  • KROF in Abbeville, Louisiana
  • KSRA (AM) in Salmon, Idaho
  • KZIM in Cape Girardeau, Missouri
  • WABG (AM) in Greenwood, Mississippi
  • WATS (AM) in Sayre, Pennsylvania
  • WBMC in Mcminnville, Tennessee
  • WCRU in Dallas, North Carolina
  • WDLM (AM) in East Moline, Illinois
  • WDNO in Quebradillas, Puerto Rico
  • WEAV in Plattsburgh, New York
  • WELI in New Haven, Connecticut
  • WERC (AM) in Birmingham, Alabama
  • WFGL in Fitchburg, Massachusetts
  • WFIR in Roanoke, Virginia
  • WGRO in Lake City, Florida
  • WHAK (AM) in Rogers City, Michigan
  • WHYL in Carlisle, Pennsylvania
  • WJYZ in Albany, Georgia
  • WKVX in Wooster, Ohio
  • WLPR (AM) in Prichard, Alabama
  • WPRT (AM) in Prestonsburg, Kentucky
  • WQLA in La Follette, Tennessee
  • WRFC (AM) in Athens, Georgia
  • WRNS (AM) in Kinston, North Carolina
  • WSBT (AM) in South Bend, Indiana
  • WSVU in North Palm Beach, Florida
  • WTCH in Shawano, Wisconsin
  • WTGM in Salisbury, Maryland