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City Yakima, Washington
Branding American Christian Network
Slogan "Providing Christian Radio to the Pacific Northwest"
Frequency 930AM (kHz)
Format Christian Radio
Power 10,000 watts day
127 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 36030
Affiliations American Christian Network
Owner Yakima Christian Broadcasting
Sister stations KTBI, KGDN

KYAK is a Christian radio station licensed to Yakima, Washington, broadcasting on 930 kHz AM. The station is owned by Yakima Christian Broadcasting.[1]

KYAK began broadcasting in Yakima in 1955 as KUTI, a rock and roll station, owned by former Seattle disk jockey, Walter N. "Wally" Nelskog. The transmitter is in its original location, on Butterfield Road, Yakima, Washington.


  1. ^ KYAK Accessed September 29, 2012

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Coordinates: 46°36′48″N 120°28′57″W / 46.61333°N 120.48250°W / 46.61333; -120.48250