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CityFlagstaff, Arizona
Broadcast areaFlagstaff, Arizona
BrandingArizona Public Radio
Frequency91.7 MHz
Translator(s)102.7 K274AY (Page)
103.3 K277AR (Cottonwood)
Repeater(s)89.3 KNAQ (Prescott)
90.3 KNAG (Grand Canyon)
91.7 KNAD (Page)
First air date2001
FormatNews Talk Information
ERP500 watts
HAAT560 meters (1,840 ft)
Facility ID49510
Transmitter coordinates35°14′34.00″N 111°36′40.00″W / 35.2427778°N 111.6111111°W / 35.2427778; -111.6111111
AffiliationsNational Public Radio, Public Radio International
OwnerNorthern Arizona University
Sister stationsKNAU
WebcastListen Live

KPUB (91.7 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a News Talk Information format. Licensed to Flagstaff, Arizona, United States, it serves the Flagstaff area. The station is currently owned by Northern Arizona University and features programming from National Public Radio and Public Radio International.

The station signed on in 2001, and airs an extended schedule of NPR news and talk programming, including a number of programs that had never previously aired in northern Arizona before. It acts as a complement to the area's flagship NPR station, KNAU, which airs a mix of NPR news and classical music.

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