KNKK

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KNKK
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CityNeedles, California
Broadcast areaLake Havasu City, Kingman, and Bullhead City, Arizona; Laughlin, Nevada: Needles, California
BrandingThe Knack
SloganThe Knack
Frequency107.1 MHz
Translator(s)95.1 K236AC (Lake Havasu City)
96.7 K244CV (Kingman)
105.3 K297BL (Lake Havasu City)
First air date1997 (originally was at 97.9 after replacing "Killer Country" station KWAZ)
FormatCHR/Pop
ERP16,500 watts
HAAT582 meters (1,909 ft)
ClassC1
Facility ID78087
Transmitter coordinates35°1′58″N 114°21′57″W / 35.03278°N 114.36583°W / 35.03278; -114.36583Coordinates: 35°1′58″N 114°21′57″W / 35.03278°N 114.36583°W / 35.03278; -114.36583 NAD27
Call sign meaningKNacK K
OwnerCameron Broadcasting, Inc.
Sister stationsKFLG-AM, KFLG-FM KLUK, KAAA, KZZZ
Websitetheknack107.com

KNKK (107.1 FM, "The Knack") is a radio station broadcasting a Top 40 format. Licensed to Needles, California, United States, it serves the entire Tri-State area including Lake Havasu City, Kingman, Bullhead City/Laughlin and Needles, CA. The station is currently owned by Cameron Broadcasting, Inc.

Programming includes Big K and Nicole in the morning and Ryan Seacrest in the afternoon.

"The Knack" is heard on the following frequencies:

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