KAOL

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KAOL
City Carrollton, Missouri
Branding 101.3 The Grenade
Slogan Blowing Up The Airwaves
Frequency 1430 kHz
Translator(s) 101.3 K267BN (Bosworth)
Format CHR
Power 500 watts day
27 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 33387
Transmitter coordinates 39°19′58.00″N 93°32′15.00″W / 39.3327778°N 93.5375000°W / 39.3327778; -93.5375000
Affiliations ABC Radio , Westwood One
Owner Kanza, Inc.
Sister stations KRLI
Webcast Listen Live Note: 128 kbps is used; greater than dsl may be required.
Website [1]

KAOL (1430 AM) is a radio station which recently changed from classic country to a CHR format. It is licensed to Carrollton, Missouri, United States. The station is currently owned by Kanza, Inc. KAOL is re-broadcast by a FM translator (K267BN, Bosworth, Missouri, 101.3 MHz).

On June 16, 2013 KAOL changed their format from classic country to Contemporary Hit Radio (as "The Grenade"). Classic country moved to sister station KRLI 103.9 FM (Malta Bend, Missouri), which had started with a nostalgia/variety format and later switched to Contemporary Hit Radio.

KAOL had previously run a sports format until May 2011.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Translator Report 5/22". Radio Insight. 

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