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KNRO Fox Sports Redding 2016.png
CityRedding, California
Broadcast areaRedding, California
BrandingFox Sports Radio 1400 & 103.9
Frequency1400 kHz
Translator(s)103.9 K280GP (Bridgeport)
First air date1954 (as KSDA)
Power1,000 watts
Facility ID51639
Transmitter coordinates40°33′31.00″N 122°19′48.00″W / 40.5586111°N 122.3300000°W / 40.5586111; -122.3300000
Former callsignsKQMS (1954-2016)
AffiliationsFox Sports Radio, Oakland Athletics, Sacramento Kings
OwnerMapleton Communications
(Mapleton License of Redding, LLC)
Sister stationsKQMS, KWLZ, KSHA, KRDG
WebcastListen Live

KNRO (1400 AM) is a radio station that carries a sports format. Licensed to Redding, California, United States, the station serves the Redding and Red Bluff areas. The station is owned by Mapleton License of Redding, LLC and features programming from Fox Sports Radio.[1]


The station was assigned the call letters KAZT on September 9, 1998, and hit the air at frequency 600 AM. On January 22, 2001, the station changed its call sign to the current KNRO. During much of its life as KNRO the station was primarily a sports format.[2] During that time, the frequency was moved from 600 to 1670 AM. From 2001 to 2010, the station was primarily an ESPN Radio affiliate before changing to Fox Sports Radio.

Today, KNRO simulcasts all of its programming on translator station K280GP 103.9 FM in Bridgeport, California.

On August 22, 2016 KNRO and its sports format moved to 1400 AM Redding, swapping frequencies with news/talk KQMS, which moved to 1670 kHz AM Redding.[3]

Past program directors[edit]

  • George Tharalson (2001–2004) – host of The Cheap Seats, also news director of KQMS

See also[edit]


KNRO broadcasts on the following translator:

Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
K280GP 103.9 Bridgeport, California 250 D FCC


  1. ^ "KNRO Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ "KNRO Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  3. ^ Translator Launches Lead to Redding AM Frequency Swap Radioinsight - August 23, 2016

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