KNFL (defunct)

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KNFL
City Tremonton, Utah
Broadcast area Northern Utah
Frequency 1470 kHz
First air date January 27, 2006[1]
Last air date On or before November 19, 2012
Format Adult Standards (currently silent)
Power 1,000 watts day
880 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 129784
Transmitter coordinates 41°35′33.03″N 112°06′06.99″W / 41.5925083°N 112.1019417°W / 41.5925083; -112.1019417
Former callsigns KACE
Owner AM Radio 1470, Inc.
Sister stations KOGN
The KNFL towers, near Brigham City, Utah, in 2008. They have since been demolished

KNFL (1470 AM) was an Adult Standards formatted radio station licensed to Tremonton, Utah. The station was originally simulcast with sister station KOGN however then began running its own network.[2]

History[edit]

The station was constructed by AM Radio 1470, Inc. a subsidiary of Legacy Communications Corpotation and was authorized to commence construction on November 15, 2001 with the temporary call sign KACE. The KACE calls were used while the station was under construction. According to the FCC records of the station, the station became KNFL on September 9, 2004.[3] The station signed on January 27, 2006 simulcasting its sister station in Ogden, Utah: KOGN. The station went silent on April 1, 2006 and remained off the air for several months.

On May 29, 2009, The Fifth District Court of Utah in Washington County, Utah appointed a receiver to take over KNFL for US Capital, Incorporated of Boulder, Colorado, an investment group which foreclosed on Legecy Media, the owners of KNFL and several other stations. The receiver turned the license in to the FCC on November 13, 2012, and requested it be cancelled pursuant to court approval. The FCC cancelled the license on November 19, 2012.

As of October 1, 2013, KNFL was transferred to the former KINF in Nampa, Idaho.[4]

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