KDXU

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KDXU
KDXU logo.jpg
City St. George, Utah
Broadcast area St. George, Utah
Branding News Talk 890
Frequency 890 kHz
Format NewsTalk radio
Power 10,000 watts day and night
Class B
Facility ID 60454
Transmitter coordinates 37°4′5.00″N 113°31′8.00″W / 37.0680556°N 113.5188889°W / 37.0680556; -113.5188889
Callsign meaning DiXie Utah
Affiliations CBS Radio, CNN Radio, Premiere Radio Networks
Owner Cherry Creek Radio
(CCR-St. George IV, LLC)
Website newstalk890.com

KDXU (890 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a talk radio format. Licensed to St. George, Utah, United States, the station is currently owned by Cherry Creek Radio.[1] KDXU is also an affiliate of the BYU Cougars Sports Network.

KDXU signed on in 1957 on 1450 kHz. It moved to 890 kHz in September 1985; a three-tower directional antenna is used from sunset to sunrise to protect the nighttime skywave signal of co-channel WLS (AM) (class A) in Chicago.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KDXU Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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