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City Salt Lake City, Utah
Broadcast area Salt Lake City, Utah
Branding K-Bull 93
Slogan "Utah's Country Leader"
Frequency 93.3 MHz
First air date July 31, 1965 (as KWHO-FM)
Format Country
ERP 25,000 watts
HAAT 1140 meters
Class C
Facility ID 11238
Transmitter coordinates 40°39′34″N 112°12′5″W / 40.65944°N 112.20139°W / 40.65944; -112.20139
(atop Farnsworth Peak)
Callsign meaning The BULL (referring to the animal)
Former callsigns KWHO-FM (1965-1984)
KLTQ-FM (1984-1988)
KLZX (1988-1989)
KLZX-FM (1989-1995)
KUBL (1995-2000)
Owner Cumulus Media
(Radio License Holding CBC, LLC)
Sister stations KBEE, KBER, KENZ, KHTB, KRRF, KKAT
Webcast Listen Live
Website kbull93.com

KUBL-FM (93.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a country format. Licensed to Salt Lake City, Utah, United States, it serves the Salt Lake City area. The station's studios are located in South Salt Lake (behind the I-15/I-80 interchange) and its transmitter site is located southwest of the city on Farnsworth Peak in the Oquirrh Mountains.


The station was once known as KWHO-FM, which shared call signs with what is now KKAT. Prior to 1995, KUBL was also known as KLTQ-FM and then KLZX, which became a competitor to KRSP-FM and carried a classic hits format.[1] In May 1995, KLZX became KUBL, switching from classic rock to the current country format.[2][3][1]

Air staff[edit]

Line-up (as of March 26, 2018):

5:30am-10am - Lexi and Banks
10am-3pm - Matt Ramone
3pm-7pm - Travis Moon
7pm-Mid - Nash Nights Live with Shawn Parr & Elaina Smith

Weekends/fill-ins include: Greg Smith, John Jay (The Family Man)

Station Voice - Chadd Pierce

As of 8/1/17 the Program Director is Travis Moon.


In addition to the main station, KUBL-FM is relayed by an additional translator to widen its broadcast area.

Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
K249DA 97.7 Orangeville, Utah 48 D FCC


  1. ^ a b Broadcast History: Salt Lake City Radio
  2. ^ Stark, Phyllis (May 27, 1995). "Vox Jox". Billboard. 107 (21): 106.
  3. ^ http://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-RandR/1990s/1995/RR-1995-05-19.pdf

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