KUTR

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KUTR
KUTR logo.jpg
CityTaylorsville, Utah
Broadcast areaSalt Lake City, Utah
Frequency820 kHz (also on HD Radio)
Translator(s)K237FG 95.3 FM (Pleasant Grove)
First air dateMay 9, 2005[1]
FormatContemporary Christian
Power50,000 watts day and critical hours
2,500 watts night
ClassB
Facility ID129372
Transmitter coordinates40°19′48″N 112°4′9″W / 40.33000°N 112.06917°W / 40.33000; -112.06917
Callsign meaningK Utah Radio
OwnerJulie Epperson
Sister stationsWTRU, WDRU, WCRU, WLES, KTIA-FM
Websitewww.truthnetwork.com/

KUTR ("AM 820") is a Contemporary Christian formatted radio station in Salt Lake City, Utah broadcast at 820kHz AM. The radio station is owned by Julie Epperson.

At its inception KUTR was a female talk station featuring local and national talk programs. Due to low ratings the station dropped the talk format and became a 24/7 LDS music station, using the "Soft Sunday Sounds" branding of its sister-station, KSFI-FM.

In 2008 the station was sold to Julie Epperson and began airing a Christian contemporary format, mixed with talk. KUTR, when owned by Bonneville, acquired HD Radio for the station; however, the station was forced to turn HD off during the night to avoid interference with other stations.

Today KUTR under its new owner maintains the HD signal, but there have been times when it is not operating.[2][3]

KUTR is licensed to Taylorsville; however, the towers for the station are located outside Cedar Fort.[4]

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In addition to AM 820, KUTR can be heard also on FM. The information is listed below.

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license Facility
ID
ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
Class FCC info
K237FG 95.3 FM Pleasant Grove, Utah 88622 220 watts 2,849 m (9,347 ft) D FCC

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