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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)
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

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.


News comes from ABC radio and the Minnesota News Network.


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.


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

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