KLKK

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KLKK
KLKK Fox103.7 logo.png
City Clear Lake, Iowa
Broadcast area Clear Lake, Iowa, Mason City, Iowa, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa
Branding 103-7 The Fox
Slogan North Iowa's Classic Rock Station
Frequency 103.7 MHz
First air date February 1, 1978 (as KZEV)
Format Classic rock
ERP 25,000 watts
HAAT 100 meters (330 ft)
Class C3
Facility ID 41098
Transmitter coordinates 43°07′15.0″N 93°11′36.0″W / 43.120833°N 93.193333°W / 43.120833; -93.193333
Former callsigns KZEV (1978–1990)
Owner North Iowa Broadcasting, LLC
(Coloff Media, LLC)
Sister stations KCHA-FM, KCHA (AM), KCZE-FM, KSMA-FM, KIOW, KHAM, KCVM-FM, KCNZ, KMCH
Webcast Listen Live
Website klkkfm.com

KLKK (103.7 FM, "The Fox") is a classic rock formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Clear Lake, Iowa, serving Clear Lake, Mason City and all of North Iowa and Southern Minnesota. KLKK is owned and operated by North Iowa Broadcasting.

History[edit]

KLKK was launched on August 1, 1990.[1]

The station was initially launched on February 1, 1978 under the call letters KZEV.

Transmission Location[edit]

The KLKK transmitter is located right off 34th St. Se, just south of Mason City.

Programming[edit]

The station broadcasts a Classic Rock format with many AOR[expand acronym] selections as well. Its staff includes James Shaman, Mark Skaar, Harry O'Neal and Rob Getz.

Syndicated programming is also heard on The Fox, with the station airing Bob and Tom in the mornings, as well as The Tour Bus, Chop Shop, Rockin' 70s and 80s with Xander, Time Warp, The Bluesmobile, and Live In Concert.

Broadcast Signal[edit]

The KLKK signal reaches from Algona to Cresco and Albert Lea, and south to Eldora.

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