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City Portland, Oregon
Broadcast area Portland, Oregon
Branding The Money Station
Frequency 1410 kHz
First air date September 20, 1951 (as KPAM)
Format Business News
Power 5,000 watts day
9 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 33670
Transmitter coordinates 45°28′24″N 122°39′36″W / 45.47333°N 122.66000°W / 45.47333; -122.66000Coordinates: 45°28′24″N 122°39′36″W / 45.47333°N 122.66000°W / 45.47333; -122.66000
Callsign meaning K Business News Portland
Former callsigns KPAM (1951-1973)
KLSC (1973-1976)
KPAM (1976-1982)
KCNR (1982-1986)
KKUL (1986-1988)
Owner KBNP Radio, Inc.
Webcast Listen Live
Website kbnp.com

KBNP (1410 AM, "The Money Station") is a class D AM radio station broadcasting from Portland, Oregon, United States. The station is owned by KBNP Radio, Inc.


As Oregon's only, all-business news and financial information radio station since 1989, AM 1410 has aired programming for business owners and investors. Ray Lucia, Ron Insana, Lou Dobbs, Gary Kaltbaum, and the pulse of Wall Street are monitored through reports, interviews and LIVE call-in shows from the Business Talk Radio Network and Bloomberg Radio that keep listeners informed on global Markets and the investment world.

Weekend programs focus on "how-to" shows dealing with everything in the work environment to home improvements experts, automotive technicians, travel experts, pet care and even GunTalk with Tom Gresham.


In March 2009, Alan M. Gottlieb applied to transfer control of KBNP Radio, Inc., the licensee of record for this radio station, to the Second Amendment Foundation of Bellevue, Washington. The transfer was approved by the FCC on March 27, 2009, but as of April 4, 2009, the transaction is pending consummation.[1]


  1. ^ "Application Search Details (BTC-20090306ACO)". FCC Media Bureau. March 27, 2009. 

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