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City Waverly, Nebraska
Broadcast area Lincoln, Nebraska
Slogan "Bringing Nebraska Together"
Frequency 95.1 MHz
First air date July 1, 1983
Format Christian Contemporary
ERP 50,000 watts
HAAT 84 meters
Class C2
Facility ID 54707
Transmitter coordinates 40°58′49.00″N 96°41′45.00″W / 40.9802778°N 96.6958333°W / 40.9802778; -96.6958333
Former callsigns KXSS (1983-1985)
KJUS (1985-1987)
KLDZ (1987-1996)
KNET-FM (1996-1998)
Owner My Bridge Radio

KRKR (95.1 FM) is a radio station licensed to Waverly, Nebraska, United States. The station serves the Lincoln and West Omaha areas. The station is currently owned by My Bridge Radio. Studios are located in Grand Island (though there is a business office east of downtown Lincoln), while its transmitter is located near Davey.

KRKR is rebroadcast on the translator K205FG 88.9 Nebraska City. As part of the "My Bridge Radio" network, KRKR is simulcast with KROA in Grand Island except for local information/weather inserts for the Lincoln/Omaha area, and evening programming.


The station went on the air as KXSS on July 1, 1983. On June 15, 1985, the station changed its call sign to KJUS; on March 1, 1987, to KLDZ; on March 29, 1996, to KNET-FM; and on March 18, 1998, to the current KRKR.[1]

Pop culture[edit]

The station "KRKR-TV" is seen in the 1958 film Attack of the 50 Foot Woman.


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