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City North Las Vegas, Nevada
Broadcast area Las Vegas Valley
Frequency 1400 kHz
First air date 1954[1]
Format Sports/Shopping
Power 1,000 watts
Class C
Facility ID 55502
Transmitter coordinates 36°12′39″N 115°9′47″W / 36.21083°N 115.16306°W / 36.21083; -115.16306Coordinates: 36°12′39″N 115°9′47″W / 36.21083°N 115.16306°W / 36.21083; -115.16306
Affiliations Sports Byline USA
Owner Las Vegas Radio Co. Inc
Webcast Listen Live
Website kshp.com

KSHP (1400 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a sports and shopping format. Licensed to North Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, it serves the Las Vegas area. The station is currently owned by Las Vegas Radio Co. Inc and features programing from Sports Byline USA. The Radio Shopping Show airs every weekday from 7-9am and from 1-6pm, plus weekends from 9a-12pm. KSHP is an affiliate for sports in 2011 for the BYU Cougars Sports Network and the America's Team Radio Networks Dallas Cowboys. For the 2013 season, KSHP became the official home of the Los Angeles Dodgers. Plus KSHP AM 1400 is the home to the only daily horse racing handicapping show in Las Vegas, "Race Day Las Vegas", hosted by Ralph Siraco.

KSHP was originally on 1410 kHz and moved to 1400 kHz in 1996.


The station went on the air in 1954 as KSHO. On February 1, 1988, the station changed its call sign to KRAM, on April 26, 1995 to KKDD, on October 29, 1996 to the current KSHP.[2]


  1. ^ 1987 Broadcasting Yearbook, page B-180
  2. ^ "KSHP Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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