|Broadcast area||Tucson metropolitan area
Sierra Vista, Arizona
|Slogan||"Your NPR News Station"|
89.1 MHz(also on HD Radio)
|Power||1550: 50,000 watts day only|
|ERP||89.1: 1,600 watts|
|HAAT||89.1: 187.0 meters (613.5 ft)|
|Facility ID||1550: 2723
|Callsign meaning||K University of AriZona|
|Owner||University of Arizona
(Arizona Board of Regents for the benefit of the University of Arizona)
|Sister stations||KUAT-FM, KUAT-TV (TV)|
KUAZ is a radio station operated out of The University of Arizona that serves the Tucson, Arizona, metropolitan area. It operates on 1550 on the AM dial and 89.1 on the FM dial with a combination of news and National Public Radio format during the day and jazz in the evenings. KUAZ-FM has a translator 91.7 FM in Sierra Vista, Arizona, and simulcast as KUAZ on 1550 on the AM dial from sunrise to sunset only.
The AM station originally was a commercial operation known as KFIF, whose owner gave the daytime-only license to The University of Arizona when he obtained a 24-hour license at 580 AM and put KIKX on the air.
KUAZ is also available on the PlayStation Portable Internet Radio Application.
- KUAZ official website
- Query the FCC's AM station database for KUAZ
- Radio-Locator Information on KUAZ
- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for KUAZ
- Query the FCC's FM station database for KUAZ
- Radio-Locator information on KUAZ
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KUAZ
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