KFQD

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KFQD
KFQD NewsTalk103.7-750 logo.png
CityAnchorage, Alaska
Broadcast areaAnchorage, Alaska
BrandingKFQD Newsradio 750
Frequency750 kHz
Translator(s)103.7 K279BG (Anchorage)
First air dateMay 17, 1924
FormatNews/Talk
Power50,000 watts
ClassA
Facility ID52675
AffiliationsCBS News
OwnerAlpha Media LLC
(Alpha Media Licensee LLC)
WebcastListen Live
Websitekfqd.com

KFQD is a class A (clear channel), AM and FM radio station in Anchorage, Alaska, operating on 750 kHz and 103.7 MHz. It is owned by Alpha Media LLC and broadcasts in a news/talk format. Owned by Alpha Media LLC, its studios are located in Anchorage (two blocks west of Dimond Center), and its transmitter is in Knik, Alaska.

KFQD was the first radio station in Alaska, signing on May 17, 1924.[clarification needed]

KFQD is the radio play-by-play home of the ECHL's Alaska Aces, which is simulcast by GCI on their cable network. KFQD also simulcasts the newscasts of Anchorage television station KTUU. KFQD Is a primary entry point for the EAS.

See also[edit]

  • "Bomb Iran", a version of which was produced at and aired on KFQD in 1980, and which brought minor national attention to the station as a result

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Coordinates: 61°20′18″N 150°02′03″W / 61.33833°N 150.03417°W / 61.33833; -150.03417