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KWIT SiouxlandKWIT-KOJI logo.png
Branding Siouxland Public Media
Slogan A Station for Everyone
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
Callsign meaning KWIT: K Western Iowa Tech Community College
Affiliations National Public Radio
Owner Western Iowa Tech Community College

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, and from KUSD in Vermillion, South Dakota.

After several years of branding as "KWIT-KOJI," in 2017 it adopted the on-air name "Siouxland Public Media."

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