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KPPT-AM 790 The Deuce logo.jpg
CityClovis, California
Broadcast areaFresno area
Branding790 ESPN Radio the Deuce
Frequency790 kHz
First air dateMay 1, 1984 (as KXQR)
Power5,000 watts day
2,500 watts night
Facility ID29429
Transmitter coordinates36°50′39″N 119°41′13″W / 36.84417°N 119.68694°W / 36.84417; -119.68694Coordinates: 36°50′39″N 119°41′13″W / 36.84417°N 119.68694°W / 36.84417; -119.68694
Callsign meaningFresno's Progressive Talk (previous format)
Former callsignsKXTC (1984-1988)
KOQO (1988-1998)
KOOR (1998-2005)
AffiliationsJones Radio Network, ABC Radio , ESPN Radio
OwnerFat Dawgs 7 Broadcasting, LLC

KFPT (790 AM) is an American radio station broadcasting a Sports radio format. Licensed to Clovis, California, United States, the station serves the Fresno area. The station is currently owned by Fat Dawgs 7 Broadcasting, LLC and features programming from Jones Radio Network, ABC Radio and ESPN Radio.[1]


The station was assigned call sign KXTC on 1984-05-01. On 1988-09-28, the station changed its call sign to KOQO, on 1998-02-02 to KOOR, and on 2005-07-04 to the current KFPT,[2]

In the 1980s, the station aired beautiful music with the call sign KXTC. The call letters were meant to imply "Ecstasy". 790 became Spanish-language KOOR in the late 1990s, until changed to KFPT by CBS Broadcasting, implying "Fresno's Progressive Talk" and would become the market's second-most listened-to AM station.

In February 2007, KFPT AM 790 was purchased by Peak Broadcasting from CBS as part of a deal involving other stations including News/Talk KMJ, AM 580. It was then sold to Fat Dawgs 7 Broadcasting. The sale included a non-compete clause to protect Peak's conservative talk station, KMJ.[3] On April 2, 2007, KFPT changed their format from progressive talk to sports, with programming from ESPN Radio.


  1. ^ "KFPT Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "KFPT Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  3. ^ "The Top 10 whereabouts of former progressive talk stations". ltradio. December 26, 2007. Retrieved May 10, 2017.

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