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City Pittsburg, Kansas
Branding Fox Sports 1340 AM Pittsburg
Frequency 1340 kHz
First air date July 11, 1947
Format Sports
Power 1,000 watts
Class C
Facility ID 33698
Callsign meaning Keystone of SouthEeast Kansas
Former callsigns KNZS-AM (mid-late 1980s)
KPHN (early 1990s)
Affiliations Fox Sports Radio
Owner Jerry Tibbetts
(Triple T Plus Two, Inc.)

KSEK, Fox Sports Radio 1340, is an AM radio station licensed to Pittsburg, Kansas. It changed over from an Informational Talk format to Fox Sports Radio on or around August 19, 2013.

Previously, the station aired formats such as Sports, News/Talk, Adult Standards, Adult Contemporary and Classic Country.

The station originally signed on the air July 11, 1947, with 250 W power,[1] from studios inside the Hotel Besse on East 4th Street. The station was owned by Pittsburg Publishing Co., a part of Stauffer Communications, the same company that owned the city's two newspapers, the Pittsburg Sun (morning) and Pittsburg Daily Headlight (evening).[2]


  1. ^ "Pittsburg, Kan., Station Is Formally Dedicated" (PDF). Broadcasting. July 28, 1947. Retrieved 4 October 2014. 
  2. ^ Pittsburg Sun, July 12, 1947

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Coordinates: 37°23′44″N 94°40′42″W / 37.39556°N 94.67833°W / 37.39556; -94.67833