|City||West Jordan, Utah|
|Broadcast area||Salt Lake City, Utah|
|Slogan||"America's Best Gospel"|
|First air date||1982|
Formerly Contemporary Christian/Gospel
|Power||10,000 watts day
1,000 watts critical hours
|Former callsigns||KZZI (1981-1990)|
|Owner||United Security Financial, Inc.|
|Sister stations||KBJA, KTKK|
KLLB (1510 AM) was a Christian/Gospel formatted radio station licensed to West Jordan, Utah. The station serves the Salt Lake City area. The station is currently silent. The station is currently owned by United Security Financial, Inc.
The station signs off air every night, usually at or around local sunset. Other stations such as KGA from Spokane, Washington can be heard in its place. (Because KGA is a Class A station, KLLB must sign off at night to protect KGA's skywave service area from interference.) Since the station's tower was constructed in the 1980s, a housing development has been built around the tower and ultimately a street will replace the land where the tower now stands. The station had applied for a construction permit to move its tower farther west near Utah State Route 111. This application has since been dismissed.
The station was assigned the call letters KZZI on December 7, 1981. The station began broadcasting in 1982. The first format on the station was Spanish Language Variety Music. The station switched to English Language talk radio, and at one point, adopted a Minnesota town (Madison, Minnesota) during a severe drought in the late 1980s. The station's listeners helped with a number of efforts. The original owner sold the station in 1988, and it was sold again in 1990 to the present owner, United Security Financial, which is controlled by children of the late minister of the Faith Temple Church, known as "Mama." The studios are now located in the basement of the church.
On February 15, 1990, the station changed its call sign to the current KLLB and adopted the current gospel format.
- "KLLB Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
- "KLLB tower". NorthEast Radio Watch. August 23, 2007.
- KLLB Transmitter map - Google Maps
- "KZZI Listeners Are Helping Parched Town In Midwest". Deseret News. July 9, 1988. Retrieved 2008-11-13.
- "Application Search Results". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
- "KLLB Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.