KWIT

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KWIT
KOJI
KWIT SiouxlandKWIT-KOJI logo.png
City KWIT: Sioux City, Iowa
KOJI: Okoboji, Iowa
Branding FM 90.3
Slogan Your Source for NPR News & Music
Frequency KWIT: 90.3 (MHz) (also on HD Radio)
KOJI: 90.7 (MHz)
First air date KWIT: January 31, 1978
Format Classical music/news/talk
ERP KWIT: 100,000 Watts
KOJI: 4500 Watts
HAAT KWIT: 277 meters (909 ft)
KOJI: 113 meters (371 ft)
Class KWIT: C1
KOJI: A
Transmitter coordinates KWIT: 42°28′56″N 96°15′30″W / 42.48222°N 96.25833°W / 42.48222; -96.25833
KOJI: 43°09′53″N 95°19′29″W / 43.16472°N 95.32472°W / 43.16472; -95.32472
Callsign meaning KWIT: K Western Iowa Technical Community College
KOJI: OKOboJI or OKobOJI
Affiliations National Public Radio
Owner Western Iowa Tech Community College
Website http://www.kwit.org/

KWIT (90.3 FM), is the National Public Radio member station for Sioux City, Iowa and northwestern Iowa. It airs a mix of NPR programming and classical music. Owned by Western Iowa Tech Community College, it operates a full-time satellite, KOJI (90.7 FM) in Okoboji, Iowa. It is the largest NPR station in Iowa that is not a part of Iowa Public Radio.

KWIT signed on for the first time on January 31, 1978. Prior to then, most of the area got grade B coverage from WOI in Ames.


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