KLOH

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KLOH
KLOH Blazin'Country1050 logo.jpg
CityPipestone, Minnesota
Broadcast areaPipestone-Marshall
BrandingKLOH 1050
SloganBlazin' Country
Frequency1050 kHz
Translator(s)94.1 K231DG (Pipestone)
First air dateJune 23, 1955
FormatCountry
Power9,380 watts day
432 watts night
ClassB
Facility ID70737
Transmitter coordinates43°59′43.00″N 96°20′41.00″W / 43.9952778°N 96.3447222°W / 43.9952778; -96.3447222
Callsign meaningK Land Of Hiawatha
OwnerWallace Christensen
Sister stationsKISD-FM, KJOE, KLOH
WebcastListen Live
Websiteklohradio.com

KLOH (1050 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a country music format serving Pipestone, Minnesota, with rimshot coverage in the Sioux Falls, South Dakota area. The station is currently owned by Wallace Christensen Broadcasting.[1]

The KLOH Morning Show starts at 6am weekday mornings with Bill and Collin(Bill VanHoecke and Collin Christensen). Bernie Wieme takes over at 9am giving way to Diane Marie at 11am. Bill is back from 1-3 every weekday afternoon, before turning things over to Diane at 3pm. Diane takes you to the end of the work day at 5, and Brittany takes you from 5 to Midnight.

KLOH is also the exclusive home for Pipestone Area High School sports. Bill VanHoecke and Lance Oye cover Arrow Football, Volleyball, Boys' and Girls' Basketball, Baseball, and Softball. KLOH is also a University of Minnesota Golden Gopher affiliate covering Gopher Football, Basketball, and Hockey.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KLOH Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.

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