KMGR

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KMGR
CityNephi, Utah
Broadcast areaProvo, Utah
BrandingClassy FM
SloganA Touch of Class
Frequency99.1 MHz
Translator(s)95.3 K237AE (Teasdale-Torrey)
96.7 K244DC (Panguitch)
99.3 K257AZ (Richfield)
102.3 K272BJ (Orderville)
102.7 K274AV (Rural Juab County)
103.9 K280CZ (Rural Garfield County)
First air date1990 (as KCDH at 103.9)
FormatSoft adult contemporary
ERP640 watts
HAAT308 meters
ClassA
Facility ID72769
Transmitter coordinates39°43′58″N 111°56′35″W / 39.73278°N 111.94306°W / 39.73278; -111.94306
Former callsignsKCDH (1988-1992)
KYKN-FM (1992-2001)
KFVR-FM (3/2001-10/2001)
KCSL (2001-2002)
KMDG (2002-2003)
KUDE (2003-2017)
Former frequencies103.9 MHz (1994-2016)
AffiliationsABC News Radio
OwnerSanpete County Broadcasting Company
Sister stationsKUTC
WebcastListen Live
Websitemidutahradio.com/kmgr/

KMGR (99.1 FM) is a radio station licensed to Nephi, Utah, United States. The station is broadcasting a soft adult contemporary format, and is an affiliate of ABC News Radio. It serves the Provo-Orem metropolitan area. The station is currently owned by Sanpete County Broadcasting Company.

The station has a construction permit to increase ERP to 100,000 watts, changing class type to C1; its present license is Class A. This would provide the station with coverage into Provo, Utah and parts of the southern Salt Lake valley.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FM Query Results". Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved March 9, 2017.

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