KTGO

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KTGO
Bakken Beacon Logo.png
City Tioga, North Dakota
Broadcast area Williston, North Dakota
Branding Bakken Beacon
Frequency 1090 kHz
First air date February 24, 1967
Format Conservative talk radio
Power 1,100 watts day
6 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 67183
Transmitter coordinates 48°23′28″N 102°56′4″W / 48.39111°N 102.93444°W / 48.39111; -102.93444
Callsign meaning K-TiOGa (O and G transposed)
Affiliations Fox News Radio
Owner Flag Family Media
(Bakken Beacon Media LLC)
Sister stations WZFG
Website KTGO Radio

KTGO (1090 AM, "Bakken Beacon") is a radio station licensed to Tioga, North Dakota, United States. The station mainly serves Williston, along with oil field workers in the nearby Bakken Formation.

The station is owned by Bakken Beacon Media LLC. It airs a standard syndicated conservative talk radio format, including What's On Your Mind (syndicated from KFYR/Bismarck) and syndicated programs including Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, The Savage Nation and Alex Jones. The station's local programming is limited to the one-hour Morning Lowdown weekdays, and local church services on Sunday mornings.

KTGO is a member of the North Dakota Broadcasters Association.[1]

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