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City Sedona, Arizona
Broadcast area North central Arizona
Slogan News/talk Sports Leader
Frequency 780 kHz
First air date 1975
Format News Talk Information
Power 5,000 watts day
250 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 64494
Transmitter coordinates 34°51′38.00″N 111°49′10.00″W / 34.8605556°N 111.8194444°W / 34.8605556; -111.8194444
Affiliations Fox News Radio, ESPN Radio, CBS Radio
Owner Tabback Broadcasting Co.
Website kazmradio.com

KAZM (780 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a mixed format consisting of news, sports, variety talk, classic rock and oldies music, the Wolfman Jack show, and Coast to Coast AM at night. Licensed to Sedona, Arizona, United States. The station is currently owned by Tabback Broadcasting Co. and features programming from Fox News Radio, ESPN Radio and CBS Radio.[1] In 2013, KAZM will add NBC Sports Radio to its list of affiliations, and carry the Erik Kuselias show on weekday evenings.[2]

KAZM's skywave signal has been received in Green River, Wyoming,[3] and Salt Lake City, Utah.[4] KAZM can be received across most of northern Arizona during the day, and can be heard in Phoenix under the right conditions.[5]


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