KNWS (AM)

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KNWS
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CityWaterloo, Iowa
Broadcast areaWaterloo, Iowa; greater Eastern Iowa
BrandingFaith 1090, Faith Radio
SloganConnecting Faith to Life
Frequency1090 kHz AM
Translator(s)93.1 K226CK (Waterloo)
First air date1953
FormatChristian talk and teaching
Power1,000 watts (daytime only)
ClassD
Facility ID49784
AffiliationsNorthwestern Media
OwnerUniversity of Northwestern - St Paul, Faith Radio
Sister stationsKNWS-FM
Webcastclick "play" button on website

KNWS, known on-air as Faith 1090 KNWS, or by the network name Faith Radio, is a radio station in Waterloo, Iowa, that is owned and operated by University of Northwestern - St Paul and is a non-profit, listener-supported radio station relying on donations from the local community throughout the year. It broadcasts on 1090 AM, covering Waterloo, Iowa and surrounding areas in eastern Iowa. KNWS is licensed to broadcast during daylight hours only.

Programming is nearly 100 percent satellite delivered and produced by Northwestern Media.

The format is mainly Christian talk and teaching, with programs such as Turning Point with David Jeremiah; Focus on the Family; Family Life Today with Dennis Rainey; Insight for Living with Chuck Swindoll; Living on the Edge with Chip Ingram; In Touch with Charles Stanley; Walk In The Word with James McDonald; Just Thinking with Ravi Zacharias; and others. [1]

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Coordinates: 42°26′38″N 92°17′57″W / 42.44389°N 92.29917°W / 42.44389; -92.29917