KSPO

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KSPO
City Dishman, Washington
Broadcast area Spokane, Washington
Branding KSPO
Frequency 106.5 MHz
Repeater(s) (see article)
First air date 1992 (as KWQL)
Format Religious/Talk
ERP 2,250 watts
HAAT 161 meters
Class A
Facility ID 31495
Callsign meaning SPOkane
Former callsigns KWQL (1990-1996)
Owner Thomas W. Read
(Liberty Broadcasting System, LLC)
Sister stations KTRW, KFIO
Website kspo.com

KSPO is a religious broadcasting talk outlet serving the Spokane, Washington area. The flagship station for the American Christian Network, it is owned by Thomas W. Read/Classical Broadcasting and its city of license is Dishman, Washington, broadcasting at 106.5 MHz with an ERP of 2.25 kW.

History[edit]

KSPO was an AM station from its inception in the late 1920s until becoming an FM station. The station was originally at 96.9 before it moved to its current frequency in 1996.

KSPO's programming can also be heard on:

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Coordinates: 47°41′38″N 117°20′06″W / 47.694°N 117.335°W / 47.694; -117.335