KZWB

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For the television station in Eugene, Oregon, formerly known as KZWB, see KMTR.
KZWB
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City Green River, Wyoming
Broadcast area Sweetwater County
Branding The Big Dog 97.9
Frequency 97.9 MHz
First air date June 1, 2005
Format Classic Hits
ERP 10,500 watts
HAAT 327 meters (1,073 ft)
Class C2
Facility ID 162319
Transmitter coordinates 41°29′46.05″N 109°20′44.74″W / 41.4961250°N 109.3457611°W / 41.4961250; -109.3457611Coordinates: 41°29′46.05″N 109°20′44.74″W / 41.4961250°N 109.3457611°W / 41.4961250; -109.3457611
Affiliations Cumulus Media
Owner Wagonwheel Communications Corporation
Sister stations KUGR, KYCS, KFRZ
Website KZWB website
KZWB's radio tower (farthest right) shared with KFRZ.
KZWB's studios in Green River

KZWB (97.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting from Green River, Wyoming. The station signed on June 1, 2005. KZWB is owned by Wagonwheel Communications Corporation, who also owns KUGR and KZWB's two sister stations KYCS and KFRZ. [1][2]

KZWB specializes in a classic hits music format that plays music from primarily the 1960s, and 1970s, but occasionally plays music from the 1980s.

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KZWB, like its sister stations, broadcasts from Wilkins Peak just outside Rock Springs, Wyoming in Sweetwater County. The station shares tower space with KFRZ and transmits a 10,500 watt signal to protect KBZN in Utah. The signal reaches the majority of Sweetwater County, and begins to weaken near Rawlins to the east, and Mountain View to the west. The signal reaches into parts of northeastern Utah, and as far north as Pinedale.[3] KZWB and KFRZ are both at 7,646 feet (2,331 m) above sea level on Wilkins Peak.

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