KKCQ (AM)

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KKCQ
KKCQAM logo.png
CityFosston, Minnesota
Broadcast areaFosston/Bagley
Eastern Polk County, Clearwater County
BrandingTalk 'n' Oldies 1480
Frequency1480 kHz
Translator(s)99.7 K259CW (Fosston)
First air date1966
FormatFull Service
Power5,000 watts (day)
90 watts (night)
ClassD
Facility ID52635
Transmitter coordinates47°33′51.0″N 95°43′27.0″W / 47.564167°N 95.724167°W / 47.564167; -95.724167
Former callsignsKEHG (?-1984)[1]
OwnerJimmy Birkemeyer
(R&J Broadcasting, Inc.)
Sister stationsKKCQ-FM, KRJB, KRJM
Websitekkcqradio.com

KKCQ (1480 AM) is a Full Service formatted broadcast radio station featuring a mix of talk and oldies music. KKCQ is licensed to Fosston, Minnesota, serving Eastern Polk County, Minnesota and Clearwater County, Minnesota. It's owned by Jimmy Birkemeyer, through licensee R&J Broadcasting, Inc.

Programming[edit]

News comes from ABC radio and the Minnesota News Network.

Location[edit]

It sits east of downtown Fosston at 30056 U.S. Highway 2, along with sister station KKCQ-FM. The transmitter site and towers are the studios.

Call sign history[edit]

The station was assigned the KKCQ call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on November 16, 1984.[1] It was originally KEHG, then owned by De La Hunt Broadcasting.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database.

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