KAUG

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For the airport in Augusta, Maine assigned the ICAO code KAUG, see Augusta State Airport. For the radio station in Minneapolis, Minnesota, see Augsburg College.
KAUG
City Anchorage, Alaska
Frequency 89.9 MHz
First air date 2007
Format Variety
ERP 4 watts
HAAT 30 meters (98 feet)
Class D
Facility ID 165582
Transmitter coordinates 61°24′33″N 149°25′15″W / 61.40917°N 149.42083°W / 61.40917; -149.42083
Callsign meaning A reference to Augie Hiebert, who assisted in putting the station on the air
Owner Anchorage School District

KAUG (89.9 FM) is a radio station licensed to serve Anchorage, Alaska. The station is owned by the Anchorage School District.[1] It airs a variety format.[2]

The station was assigned the KAUG call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on August 7, 2007.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Communications classroom named in honor of Augie Hiebert" (PDF). Partnership Press. Anchorage School District. Winter 2007–2008. p. 2. Mirror Lake Middle School has acknowledged broadcast pioneer Augie Hiebert's legacy by renaming its communications room "The Augie Hiebert Communications Studio." Mr. Hiebert was the school's mentor for its Video News program and helped launch the first radio station in the ASD. The station, with the call letters KAUG, is also the first FM radio station licensed to a middle school in the nation. 
  2. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. 
  3. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 

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