WKCE

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WKCE can also mean "Wisconsin Knowledge and Concepts Examination".
WKCE
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City Maryville, Tennessee
Broadcast area Knoxville and vicinity
Branding 1120 WKCE
Slogan mid century radio
Frequency 1120 kHz
Translator(s) 97.1 MHz (W264DH)
First air date 1989
Format Oldies
Power 1,000 watts day
Class D
Facility ID 17472
Owner Aaron Ishmael
(Mid-Century Radio LLC)
Webcast Listen Live (TuneIn.com)
Listen Live (Direct Player)
Website 1120wkce.com

WKCE (1120 WKCE) is a station serving the Knoxville market. This station broadcasts on AM frequency 1120 kHz and is under ownership of Aaron Ishmael, through licensee Mid-Century Radio LLC,[1] who are now broadcasting an oldies format.

KMOX in St. Louis, Missouri is the dominant Class A station on 1120 AM; WKCE must leave the air during nighttime hours to prevent interference to KMOX.

History[edit]

WKCE had been a Spanish sports radio station as an ESPN Deportes Radio affiliate from 2007 to 2010 and then a sports station from 2010 to 2014 and then a comedy station until January 2015 when the format changed to oldies.

WKCE changed briefly to an all-news format under the moniker "1120 News Now" on July 4, 2015.[2]

WKCE changed format to an oldies station on December 5, 2015.[3]

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Coordinates: 35°45′08″N 83°55′04″W / 35.75222°N 83.91778°W / 35.75222; -83.91778