Radio Kansas

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City KHCC: Hutchinson, Kansas
KHCD: Salina, Kansas
KHCT: Great Bend, Kansas
Broadcast area KHCC: Wichita, Kansas
KHCD: Salina, Kansas
KHCT: Great Bend, Kansas
Branding Radio Kansas
Frequency KHCC: 90.1 MHz (also on HD Radio)
KHCD: 89.5 MHz (also on HD Radio)
KHCT: 90.9 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date KHCC: 1972
KHCD: 1988
KHCT: 1992
Format FM/HD1: Public radio, Classical music
HD2: Jazz "Radio Kansas Jazz"
HD3: Instrumental music "The Breeze"
HD4: Roots "New Grass Valley"
ERP KHCC: 100,000 watts
KHCD: 100,000 watts
KHCT: 50,000 watts
HAAT KHCC: 395 meters
KHCD: 275 meters
KHCT: 238 meters
Class KHCC: C0
Facility ID KHCC: 28158
KHCD: 28156
KHCT: 28157
Transmitter coordinates KHCC:
38°3′22.00″N 97°44′43.00″W / 38.0561111°N 97.7452778°W / 38.0561111; -97.7452778
39°6′16.00″N 97°23′15.00″W / 39.1044444°N 97.3875000°W / 39.1044444; -97.3875000
38°37′4.00″N 98°56′32.00″W / 38.6177778°N 98.9422222°W / 38.6177778; -98.9422222
Affiliations National Public Radio
Owner Hutchinson Community College
Webcast Listen Live (FM/HD1)
Listen Live (HD2)
Listen Live (HD3)
Listen Live (HD4)

Radio Kansas is a network of public radio stations serving central Kansas. The network is based at Hutchinson Community College in Hutchinson. It comprises flagship KHCC-FM (90.1 FM in Hutchinson and two full-time satellites, KHCD (89.5 FM) in Salina and KHCT (90.9 FM) in Great Bend.[1][2] The three stations air a mix of classical music and National Public Radio programming.


The flagship station, KHCC, first signed on in 1972 as a 50-watt student station. On July 1, 1979, KHCC increased power to a full 100,000 watts and it became the state's third full NPR member. KHCD was added in 1988, and KHCT joined the network in 1992. Radio Kansas now serves over one million listeners.


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